An essential clinical requirement is having valid and reliable Range of Motion measurements. This objective data is important not only to differentiate patients, but also for reimbursement purposes. Here is a quick review on landmarks, fulcrum placement, normal end feel, and normal Range of Motion using goniometric measurement. While not all clinics use these same anatomical landmarks, familiarizing yourself with the general concepts is important!
*Much of the information was taken from the Norkin and White Textbook.
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