Jobe Relocation Test
- The Jobe Test
- Relocation Test
- Glenohumeral subluxation and relocation test
- Fowler Test
- The patient is supine
- The examiner adducts the shoulder to 90° with maximal external rotation, elbow flexed to 90°
- The examiner then grasps the subjects wrist and hand while applying a posterior force at the humeral head and externally rotating the shoulder
- Positive test is reduction in pain/apprehension
- Note this is typically performed after the Apprehension Test
- Gaunche et al, Speer et al 
- Sensitivity: 36% - 75%
- Specificity: 40% - 87%
- LR+: .96 - 3.38
- LR-: .63 - 1.05
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