Sportphysio 2022; 10(02): 85-93
DOI: 10.1055/a-1777-1590

Die klinische Diagnostik des Handgelenks

Anna Kling
Markus Kling

Schmerzen am Handgelenk sind ein häufiges Problem bei Sportlern und können unterschiedliche Ursachen haben. Welche Strukturen betroffen sind, kann man mit validen Testverfahren herausfinden – vorausgesetzt, man kennt die anatomischen Strukturen und die Biomechanik der Hand.

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Article published online:
03 May 2022

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