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Range of Motion

Range of motion, a ROM, determines the degree of movement possible at a joint or series of joints.

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Assessing ROM helps determine the flexibility and mobility of an individual, providing insights into their musculoskeletal health.

In healthcare, ROM measurements are commonly used to evaluate and monitor patients' joint function, detect abnormalities, and guide treatment plans. For example, in physical therapy, therapists assess the ROM of a patient's shoulder after an injury to determine the appropriate exercises and interventions for rehabilitation.

Similarly, in sports, ROM assessments play a crucial role in evaluating athletes' physical capabilities, identifying areas of limited mobility or muscle imbalances that may affect performance or predispose to injuries. Coaches and trainers can utilize ROM evaluations to design targeted training programs aimed at improving flexibility and optimizing sports-specific movements. By incorporating ROM measurements into healthcare and sports, practitioners can enhance patient care, prevent injuries, and maximize performance potential.

All ROM Features

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