Rely on the 4th Edition of this popular manual to teach you how to perform the skills essential to identifying impairments and assessing rehabilitation status. For each measurable joint in the body, youall find a consistent, easy-to-follow format and exceptional photographs that depict stabilization during range of motion and alignment, making it easy for you to visualize the examination and technique for each joint motion and muscle length test.FIGURE 6.30 Turning a doorknob requires 40 degrees of wrist flexion ... Palmer and coworkers39 used a triaxial electrogoniometer to study 10 normal subjects while they performed 52 tasks. ... examined 10 males and 9 females during feeding tasks, with the elbow unrestricted and then fixed in 110 degrees of flexion .
|Title||:||Measurement of Joint Motion|
|Author||:||Cynthia C Norkin, D Joyce White|
|Publisher||:||F.A. Davis - 2009-06-24|