Range of Motion Analysis

Range of Motion Analysis

Range of motion (ROM) or flexibility testing is important for determining the cause and severity of issues related to joint mobility. Improper flexibility can cause pain, limitations in activities of daily living or sport, as well as compensation patterns that may lead to more dysfunction. Joint flexibility, as defined by the ROM of the particular structure, is essential to both injury prevention as well as performance, and can also be helpful for measuring rehabilitative progress after an injury.

Noraxon Range of Motion Testing

Noraxon’s unified software solution allows for quick analysis of an activity or exercise whereby the main focus is to track patterns and the main parameters, such as the maximum, minimum, and total range, for any of the measured joint angles. Side comparisons or comparisons to other records allow for deficits and dysfunctions to be easily seen so that the training or therapy plan can be geared towards effective change using the objective data as a guide.

Suggested Hardware

Using Noraxon’s multi-device software platform, users are able to simultaneously collect multiple types of biomechanical data from various hardware devices. All of the integrated devices are automatically synchronized and the easily accessible data allows for a quick but comprehensive understanding of how the human body is moving and what the contributing factors are. Our unified software makes it easy for users to integrate a variety of recording devices to fit any budget or unique application.

Customize your range-of-motion setup with any combination of
Noraxon products to fit your specific measurement needs:

Customizable Reports for Range of Motion Analysis

Noraxon provides users with customizable reports to highlight the key results of data collection in a quick and efficient way.

Webinars Related to Range of Motion Analysis

These prerecorded webinars explore the use of Noraxon technology for range of motion assessments.

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