Range of motion assessment pdf
proceeded to instruct the patient in the range-of-motion exercise. Patients were instructed to perform 10 repetitions of the range-of-motion exercise in the clinic and 10 repetitions 3 to 4 times daily on the days that they did not attend physical therapy. Be-ginning with the third session, patients in the manipulation. Average range of motion for MCP flexion is ; hyperextension is approximately with more passive motion possible than active. Movement at the PIP and DIP joints occurs as the tip of the finger is brought toward the anterior surface of the palm in flexion. An approximate percentage can be determined by choosing the number from the chart that is closest to the measured joint range (e.g., 95° of knee flexion represents an approximate 30% deficit). Table Range of Motion—Lower Extremity and Spine. Note: Values are according to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.