For many therapists Range Of Motion assessment is quite a daunting task, very complex and time consuming.
Because a lot of them are NOT doing too well, they stop doing it altogether.
But you will find it is not nearly as bad as you thought if you go about it the right way.
The secret is to start small, rather than do nothing.
Do a little bit today and some more next time.
Grow your skills.
With success comes confidence, with confidence comes mastery.
This coursnip is the first in the ROM series and will get you familiar with the definitions of ROM!
This course will expire after 10 days
|Course Title:||Define ROM|
|Course Description:||This course is the first of five of the Range of Motion (ROM) Series and deals with the definitions of the main forms of Range of Motion (ROM)|
|Course Code:||ROM 101|
|Course Category:||Assessment Skills|
|Course Author:||Edi Guzy|
|Course Publisher:||Bodymechanix Limited|
|Price:||FREE course will expire after 10 days|
|Course Duration:||10 Minutes (average learner)|
Contents and Learning Objectives
Define Range of Motion (ROM) (10:00 min)
- Define the following terms: Range Of Motion, AROM, PROM, RROM
Navigation is quite easy and follows common conventions.
There is a quick revision section called In A Nutshell at the end of each lesson together with comprehension questions.
Once you have finished a lesson, press the button (just above the comments section below on the left). Your progress status will then change.
At the end there is a final test which is more of a revision helping you consolidate what you have learned.
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