total range of motion

total range of motion

Orthopedics The total available motion of one part to another sharing a common joint or joints
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Total range of motion was then determined to be the addition of plantar flexion and dorsiflexion from the established zero position.
Total range of motion of the right knee was 10[degrees] 120[degrees], with no obvious instability.
Pitchers with a deficit of more than five degrees in total range of motion (TRM) in their dominant shoulder had a 2.
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).
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.
Orthopeutics' testing has demonstrated the efficacy of using injectable, collagen crosslinking reagents to stabilize intervertebral joint motion by a factor of four without adversely affecting the joint's total range of motion.
For data demonstrating normality, Pearson's correlation coefficients were used to assess the univariate associations of the NDI, TSK, TSK-PM, total range of motion and pain severity scores as well as with age.
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