Self Testing

Nov 30, 2021 | Vocabulary

Sometimes, rather than testing the client’s muscles, practitioners will use themselves as a surrogate, testing a muscle of their own, usually a finger. This can be much faster than testing the client’s muscles. It is also used if, for some reason, the client cannot be tested directly and there is not a suitable surrogate available (on that case Surrogate Testing is preferable). Practitioners also use self-testing to work on themselves when another practitioner is not available.

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