What is a Movement Screen?

Why the site of pain is not necessarily the source.


Shoulder Pain
Shoulder Pain.
Via the Dragon Door forums : over at Begin to Dig, MC takes a look at the idea of Movement Screens; and why the site of pain is not necessarily the source. A good read.

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