Yeoman's Test | Sacroiliitis: Clinical Examination of the Musculoskeletal

0
Listen to this article

Tests  for Sacroiliac Joint involvement. More specifically, if the pain is in the sacroiliac region it may be related to anterior sacroiliac ligament pathology. If it is in the thigh it may be related to hip musculature tightness or femoral nerve tension and if it is in the lumbar region it may be due to lumbar involvement.

Technique

Yeoman's Test

Starting Position

The patient lies prone

Procedure

The examiner stands at the painful side and flexes the patient's knee to 90° and extends the hip

Post a Comment

0Comments
Post a Comment (0)