Reliability and Diagnostic Validity of the Femoral Slump Test

The slump knee bend test is thought to have superiority over the prone knee bend test in differentiation between symptoms arising from neural vs. non-neural tissues because of the addition of the spinal flexion component.   Until now not much research has been performed to examine the diagnostic value of this test. In 2011, Trainor et al. looked at the diagnostic value of L4 nerve … Continue reading Reliability and Diagnostic Validity of the Femoral Slump Test