While Range of Motion (ROM) is an important element to consider for clinicians, the ultimate goal is to measure Quality of Movement.
Our powerful reporting and graphing features allow a therapist to measure and monitor in real-time, the Quality of Movement in real-time.
- Are the movements smooth or erratic?
- Is the patient trying to compensate for pain or discomfort by moving the joint through one of the other planes
- Can you as the clinician identify the exact moment that a patient experiences pain, record that pain marker and revert with objective data to show improvement in quality of movement?
The 3D Joint ROM tool provides a number of features to equip clinicians with the ability to measure the Quality of Movement to demonstrate outcomes or evidence based monitoring and improvement of quality of movement.