Transparent plastic goniometers are used to measure range of motion (ROM).
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    The Absolute+Axis® (AA) goniometer establishes a “true” vertical or horizontal to the start point of a measurement. Many goniometric measurements require one arm of the goniometer to be positioned either horizontally or vertically. The other arm is then lined-up with the patient’s body part. Until now, the practitioner had to “assume” or “eyeball” the vertical or horizontal position. This interpolation is often incorrect and introduces measurement error. The Absolute+Axis® goniometer removes measurement variability and allows the practitioner to concentrate on correct placement of the other goniometer arm and the patient's body position. Some measurements the AA goniometer is designed to improve are: shoulder and hip rotation (internal, external); cervical flexion, extension, rotation and side bending; hamstring flexibility; and active ROM.
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    A finger goniometer measures range-of-motion (ROM) of finger joints (metacarpophalangeal and interphalangeal) and other small joints including toes.
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    Clear plastic gauge simplifies and speeds measurement of composite finger flexion and finger-thumb opposition. Scale measure up to 10 centimeters.
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    The Baseline® X-ray goniometer can document angles on X-ray negatives. 180° head has two opposing scales marked in 2½° increments. Black anodized aluminum with easy-to-read white radiopaque markings.
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    Extendable goniometer offers easy-to-read scale, and adjustable leg length for measuring large and small joints. Steel arms extending 9½" to 26".
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    A goniometer measures range-of-motion (ROM) of various joints.
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    Bubble® Inclinometer is used to measure range-of-motion (ROM). Standards are codified in the AMA Guide to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, third edition. Place inclinometer near joint to be measured; turn dial until scale reads 0; take joint through its range; read range traveled directly from dial. Some neck and back measurement protocols require the simultaneous use of 2 inclinometers.
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    AcuAngle® Inclinometer with adjustable feet is used to measure range-of-motion (ROM). Standards are codified in the AMA Guide to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, third edition. Place inclinometer near joint to be measured; turn dial until scale reads 0; take joint through its range; read range traveled directly from dial. Adjustable feet along scale (side-to-side) adapt to body contours. Some neck and back measurement protocols require the simultaneous use of 2 inclinometers.
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    Digital Inclinometer with fixed feet is used to measure range-of-motion (ROM). Place inclinometer near the joint to be measured; press “zero” button; move joint through its range; press the “hold” button. Read measurements on LCD. Uses 1 x 3v CR2032 battery (included). Some neck and back measurement protocols require the simultaneous use of 2 inclinometers.
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