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Hip Exam

Hip Internal Rotation

January 1st, 2017


  • How to Assess

  • Ask the patient to flex their knee to 90° and invert their knee (point the toes inwardly). Then relax the joint as it is internally rotated passively.
  • Muscles Involved

  • Pectineus; gluteus medius and minimus; tensor fascia lata.
  • Normal Range of Motion

  • Active - 35°
  • Passive - 45°
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