Current research guidelines suggest that academics gathering data on Range of Motion (ROM) may allow for up to 10 degrees “margin of error” when measuring ROM using traditional tools. Our 3D Joint ROM tool takes data gathering to a whole new level with highly accurate ROM measurement in all 3 planes simultaneously.
We expect this to become increasingly important in the clinical environment as one of the global trends emerging in healthcare is that therapists are moving toward outcomes-based or evidence-based therapy. Subjective analysis is coming under pressure from patients who expect to be able to see a measured, objective outcome to their therapy.
The 3D Joint ROM tool provides an easy to implement tool for demonstrating improvement of ROM in real-time.