In this article we will discuss Hawkins Kennedy Test. So let’s get started.
Hawkins Kennedy Test is used to evaluate Subacromial Impingement Syndrome.
Follow the video given below to learn about How to perform this test
Patient’s Shoulder and Elbow is fixed at 90° and is forcibly internally rotated by the therapist. Pain during this maneuver indicates positive test.
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Thanks for this! I thought I might have impingement but I pass this with flying colors 🙂