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Cervical Spurling A test

Name of test


Spurling A test

What it tests


This tests is used to identify cervical radiculopathy

How to do it


The patient is seated. In the original test, the patient is asked to side bend the head to the painful side while the examiner places a compression force of approximately 7 kilograms through the top of the head in an effort to further narrow the intervertebral foramen.

The normal response


What it means if not normal


Comments


Reliability: k= .60 (.32, .87)

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