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Active Range of Motion Measurements for Occupation-based Activity

Example

The patient will demonstrate an increase in AROM in all kinematic readings required to don socks and shoes independently without adaptive intervention within 12 weeks. Osteokinematic goals are as follows:

Hip Flex/Ext : (Knee )85  (Ankle) 82

Hip Add/Abd : (Knee)17/4 (Ankle) 0/18

Hip Int/Ext Rotation : (Knee ) 7/26 (Ankle) 6/61

Knee Flex : (Knee )84 (Ankle) 103

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AROM of Lower Body Movements of ADLs and IADLs

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Reference

Hyodo, K., et al., Hip, knee, and ankle kinematics during activities of daily living: a cross-sectional study. Revista brasileira de fisioterapia (São Carlos (São Paulo, Brazil)), 2017. 21(3): p. 159-166.

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AROM of Upper Body Movements of ADLs and IADLs

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Reference

Gates, D.H., et al., Range of Motion Requirements for Upper-Limb Activities of Daily Living. The American journal of occupational therapy, 2016. 70(1): p. 7001350010p1-7001350010p10.

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