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"The Shoulder" Demo
It is extremely important for the patient to understand that a correct response is required, each time his pain is provoked or influenced.
He must also be able to differentiate between 'a pain' - an unpleasant sensation
provoked by the examination ( a tight feeling in the shortening muscles) - and 'the pain'
- his reason for presentation.
Pain at the extreme of a movement may be due either to a stretching or a pinching
of the affected structure.
However, pain may also be felt somewhere near mid-range in a movement. It is then called a