The lax shoulder in females. Issues, answers, but many more questions.

@article{Brown2000TheLS,
  title={The lax shoulder in females. Issues, answers, but many more questions.},
  author={Gordon A Brown and J P L Tan and Alexandra Kirkley},
  journal={Clinical orthopaedics and related research},
  year={2000},
  volume={372},
  pages={110-22}
}
A review of the existing data on shoulder laxity in females reveals there are insufficient data to confirm the commonly held belief that shoulders in females are more lax than shoulders in males. Laxity is not synonymous with instability. Although females may have increased generalized joint laxity relative to males, generalized joint laxity does not… CONTINUE READING