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Goniometry is typically utilized in common practice among physical therapists, occupational therapists, and other healthcare professionals. Goniometry allows the clinician to be able to measure the range of motion of specific joints of the body.

1. Precision in Motion: Our Advanced Goniometer

Unlock the potential of precise measurements with our state-of-the-art Goniometer. Engineered for accuracy, this device is a vital tool for physical therapists, clinicians, and researchers. Whether assessing joint flexibility or conducting research studies, our Goniometer ensures unparalleled precision in motion, setting the standard for reliable angular measurements.

Key Features:

  • State-of-the-art Goniometer for unlocking precise measurements.
  • Vital tool for physical therapists, clinicians, and researchers.
  • Ensures unparalleled precision in motion for reliable angular measurements.
  • Engineered for accuracy, setting the standard in goniometry.

Choose our Advanced Goniometer for precision that defines excellence.

2. Versatile Applications: Adapt to Diverse Measurement Needs

Our Goniometer offers versatile applications, allowing you to adapt it to diverse measurement needs. With adjustable arms and easy-to-read scales, this device accommodates various joint assessments and measurements. Whether in a clinical setting or a research laboratory, our Goniometer provides the flexibility needed to address a wide range of measurement requirements.

Key Features:

  • Versatile applications for adapting to diverse measurement needs.
  • Adjustable arms and easy-to-read scales for various joint assessments.
  • Ideal for clinical settings and research laboratories.
  • Provides flexibility to address a wide range of measurement requirements.

Explore the versatility of our Goniometer, adapting to your unique measurement needs.

3. User-Friendly Design: Effortless Precision for Every User

Our Goniometer boasts a user-friendly design, ensuring effortless precision for every user. Clear markings, ergonomic handles, and smooth rotation make this device accessible to both professionals and students. Experience the power of accurate angular measurements without complexity, making our Goniometer an essential tool for users at every skill level.

Key Features:

  • User-friendly design for effortless precision in every use.
  • Clear markings, ergonomic handles, and smooth rotation.
  • Accessible to both professionals and students.
  • Experience accurate angular measurements without unnecessary complexity.

Make precise measurements accessible to all with our User-Friendly Goniometer.

Measurements are generally taken as a part of a thorough physical examination. We use this information to determine if patients demonstrate range of motion is within normal or functional limits. If deficits are noted, this can be then an impairment to focus on to help improve overall functional mobility. We then use the goniometer to measure and reassess progress throughout the episode of care. We ensure to document these findings to we are better able to monitor progress.

However, I would argue that we aren’t just measuring range of motion of the patient. I believe that we are measuring far more than what is at face value. Let’s look at a short example:

Mr. Smith is a 67-year-old male who underwent a total knee replacement 4 weeks ago. Mr. Smith is a 67-year-old male who is very active individual and regularly participates in exercise including weight training and running in races. He has no remarkable past medical history.

Mr. Smith has been going to physical therapy for a few weeks. He initially saw progress very quickly and was very optimistic. However, over the next couple of weeks he has noticed that his range of motion starting to plateau, especially in knee flexion range of motion. He is only able to reach 85 degrees.

I am sure it can be difficult and somewhat discouraging to see such a lack of progress, according to Mr. Smith’s perspective. For the most part, we always want to see progress. However, when faced with a lack of success, patients can be faced with many emotions and ideations. We need to be able to recognize individual:

  1. Perspectives
  2. Belief systems
  3. Values
  4. Expectations

Doing this will allow clinicians to better understand, show empathy, and compassion. These factors are not only assessed during the first visit, but the subsequent visits thereafter. We must utilize a patient-focused approach to ensure our patients can succeed.

We aren’t necessarily measuring range of motion all the time, but we are measuring other factors that can influence the episode of care. Therefore, we need to be able to recognize these influences so we can better provide a high level of care with a high level of compassion.


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