This is going to be a video on the Mill's Test for lateral epicondylitis, better known as Tennis Elbow. Hi and welcome back to Physiotutuors. The Mill's Test is designed to maximally stretch and therefore provoke the Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus and Brevis. To perform the Mill's Test have your patient in standing position and fixate the humerus while you palpate the lateral epicondyle. Then passively pronate your patients forearm flex the wrist and extend the elbow fully. This test is positive if your patient complains about sudden pain at the lateral epicondyle.
OK guys, this was the Mill's Test for lateral epicondylitis. If you want to get to know 2 other methods on how to test for a Tennis Elbow, check out the Cozen's Test right here or check out a 3rd method right here. As always if this video was helpful to you give it a Thumbs Up hit the Subscribe button above, and check out our webpage. This was Kai for Physiotutors I'll catch you next time. Bye.
- Okay, so how you doing guys? So we have Zlanta over here. So, she's complaining about right elbow pain on the outside, neck pain when she looks downwards, okay. Some pain in the…Views: 15 618 By: Specific Chiropractic
- [Voiceover] This video describes pathology to the lateral elbow, specifically at the common extensor tendon. The bony anatomy review will be as follows: highlighted here is the anterior…Views: 35 798 By: SonoSite
What's the best treatment, remedy or cure for Tennis Elbow? Is it the inflammation pills? What about icing? How about all those braces, bands, and supports? Then there are the lotions,…Views: 39 825 By: Tennis Elbow Classroom
I'm Chris Harper and I'm here with Makayla to demonstrate application for tennis elbow. Tennis elbow is when you have pain on the outside portion of your elbow, and this may…Views: 1 250 226 By: KT Tape
Hey everybody, it's Doctor Jo. Today I'm gonna talk about the TFCC. Hmm wonder what that is? It's actually the triangular fibrocartilage complex in your wrist. I already…Views: 88 012 By: AskDoctorJo
Hello and welcome. My name is Doctor J. Michael Bennett. I'm an Orthopedic Sports Medicine Physician. I specialize in injuries of the shoulder, elbow, and knee. Welcome to the Whiteboard…Views: 112 569 By: Dr. J. Michael Bennett