Complex movements show us a disorder of the whole
shoulder girdle, but they are not able to specify the impaired structure
exactly. For closer specification of pathological structure we have to make an
examination of the isolated movement in the glenohumeral articulation. If we
find out a restriction of the isolated extension of movements (both active and
passive) in the glenohumeral articulation, then it deals with an affection of
structures lying in a tight closeness of the glenohumeral articulation.
During this examination we watch the restriction of
movements towards the second side and pains during the movement.