External Rotation

The range of shoulder external rotation is one of the most important metrics in the field of general orthopaedic and sports rehab, with varied conditions like frozen shoulderrotator cuff injury, dislocation impacting this movement. A functional range of motion between 90 to 100 degrees, in comparison with the normal is considered normal.

ROM External Rotation is often the first movements to be affected by frozen shoulder and one of the last to return.