total range of motion


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total range of motion

Orthopedics The total available motion of one part to another sharing a common joint or joints
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2 Assessment of the total range of motion articular Initial Final movement testing testing Flexion 5 20 Extension 10 25
Tis and Perrin (1993) advise that using a data reduction technique that eliminates the first and last 10[degrees] of the total range of motion (ROM) may eliminate ACC and DEC areas, but this may also eliminate the peak torque range (Brown, 2000).
However, X-rays of his pitching arm revealed that, in addition to noticeable deformities to his pitching elbow, he had suffered a loss of 24 degrees in the total range of motion (both flexion and extension).
Three-dimensional, real-time dynamics of gait studies identified a decrease in dorsiflexion, an increase in plantar flexion, and an increase in total range of motion for pelvic tilt.
The TROM[TM] (Total Range of Motion) post-op brace is being released with low-profile telescoping bars.
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