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Special Test for Meniscus – Forced Range of Motion

By August 15, 2018January 31st, 2019Insights

Physical Therapist Mike Reinold gives community members a test for Meniscus by bringing the knee to full deep knee flexion and full knee hyperextension.

According to Reinold: “With full knee flexion, the posterior aspect of the meniscus is engaged, and with full knee extension the anterior is engaged. This is often painful in people with meniscal pathology, but you could also have a mechanical block of the motion.”


Don’t forget that you can use our 3D Joint ROM tool to measure for Range of Motion (ROM) as well as Quality of Movement / Motion (QOM)


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