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-Help- Kemp's Test

Hello all. So I am posting here in part because I watching my a friend of mine as he was doing some practicing for a practical evaluation he has tomorrow, and he was while performing Kemp's Test on a friend of mine. Now during the test, when he applied the downward force my friends neck had a cracking sound to it, and a sharp pain on the tested side. I have tried to get my friend to go to the doctor because it could be something serious, but she won't go. And they are both in the same program I am in.

There has been no pain, paresthesia, tenderness, weakness or other symptoms, but I am really concerned that she might be injured, but I am freaking out that there might be something wrong.

What can I do, or say? Am I just blowing this out of proportion?


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