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Range Of Motion Therapy

Specifically intended to improve movement of a specific joint of the body, range of motion (ROM) therapy focuses on increasing the distance and direction a joint can move between the flexed and extended positions. Influenced by several structures such as the composition of the bone surfaces within the joint, along with the tendons’, ligaments’ and muscles’ activity on the joint, this motion can become physiologically impaired for various reasons. ROM therapy can help in three different ways: with passive therapy, active therapy and active-assist therapy. Because every joint of our bodies has a normal range of motion, therapists will use devices such as a goniometer to measure this angle from the axis of the joint, and assess what treatment protocol may be in order to increase ROM. Rehabmart is proud to offer a vast array of range of motion therapy products and devices for professionals and individual patients alike from such respected and renowned manufacturers that include Kinetec USA, Pivotal Health Solutions, Hausmann Industries, Mettler Electronics, Bailey Manufacturing, Chattanooga, Clinton Industries and many more.

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Bailey Stall Bar Hand and Arm ROM Therapy Tool

Starting at: $550.49

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  • 250-lb. weight capacity - Can be used for pull-ups, chin-ups and other weight-bearing exercises
  • Oval-shaped bars - Smooth wood and oval shape reduce the chance of hand irritation or blisters
Bailey Manufacturing Company

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Four-Level Adjustable Incline Board

Starting at: $81.55

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  • Designed to increase extension in the lower and upper back.
  • Helps stretch the calves and improve flexibility and rehabilitation.
Fabrication Enterprises

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Easy Glide Arm and Hand Therapy SaeboGlide

Starting at: $122.16

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  • Ideal for improving strength and range of motion in the upper extremities.
  • Provides a perfect addition to any home or clinical setting.
Performance Health

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CanDo Magneciser Adjustable Shoulder Wheel Exerciser

Starting at: $452.25

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  • Designed to offer a versatile and convenient shoulder mobility tool.
  • Provides magnetic bi-directional resistance with smooth, quiet operation.
Fabrication Enterprises

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Exerciser Elite Continuous Passive Motion Machine

Starting at: $379.95

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  • Five speeds
  • Lightweight, compact, and portable
Clark Wellness

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Bailey Range of Motion Exercise Skates with Velcro Straps

Starting at: $73.86

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  • Help to increase range of motion
  • Strap keeps hand secured to skate
Bailey Manufacturing Company

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Kinetec Performa Knee CPM Machine

Starting at: $3,700.15

  • Designed with patient comfort and efficient rehabilitation in mind.
  • Anatomically designed to ensure optimal alignment of the knee.
Kinetec USA

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SlingPROM Shoulder System

Starting at: $49.17

  • Use at home or clinics
  • Will help with the repair of rotator cuff(s)
Slingprom

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Figure 8 Resistance Therapy

Starting at: $140.34

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  • Allows therapists to design a weighted program to aid in therapy.
  • Ideal for helping users increase strength and range of motion in the shoulder.
North Coast

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Graded Arc for Range of Motion Therapy

Starting at: $148.04

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  • Offers ideal treatment for upper extremity limitations.
  • Arc easily adjusts to a range of heights for progression.
Performance Health

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Incline Board for Upper Extremity Exercise Therapy

Starting at: $483.00

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  • Ideal for progressive, therapeutic improvement of coordination and strength.
  • Board can be positioned at a range of angles for comfort and progression.
Performance Health

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Wooden Shoulder Finger Ladders

Starting at: $82.17

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  • Designed to accommodate upper extremity therapy.
  • Smooth, finished hardwood offers both strength and durability.
Fabrication Enterprises

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CanDo Multi-Axial Platform Positioning System

Starting at: $322.61

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  • Designed to help maximize results from lower body rehabilitation.
  • Board platform is conveniently reversible with positioning insets for either foot.
Fabrication Enterprises

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Laminate Finger and Shoulder Ladder

Starting at: $165.34

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  • Improves range of motion
  • Every sixth step is color coded
Clinton Industries

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Spectra Series Knee CPM Machines

Starting at: $2,561.00

  • Easily transports
  • Reduces scar tissue and stiffness
Kinetec USA

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RangeMaster Shoulder Wand

Starting at: $31.06

  • Designed to aid in improving shoulder range of motion.
  • Perfect for users who are recovering from shoulder surgery.
RangeMaster

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Skil-Care Ex-Box for Range of Motion and Strength Training

Starting at: $128.60

  • Small size allows for easy portability and storage
  • Quick and easy adjustments create individualized fit
Skil-Care

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Bailey Axial Resistance Shoulder Wheel

Starting at: $502.15

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  • Wall installation means wheel will never interfere with other therapy tools.
  • Calibration enables therapists to monitor patient progress.
Bailey Manufacturing Company

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Shoulder Incline Board for Range of Motion Therapy

Starting at: $603.79

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  • Designed to provide versatile and convenient shoulder range of motion.
  • Adjustable angle accommodates a variety of shoulder extension exercises.
Fabrication Enterprises

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Bailey Wall Mounted Exercise Pulley with Handles for ROM Therapy

Starting at: $142.02

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  • Ideal for following a prescribed therapy routine at home.
  • Small, convenient unit is perfect for maintaining strength and flexibility.
Bailey Manufacturing Company

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Shoulder Arc Range of Motion Equipment

Starting at: $320.24

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  • Designed to rehabilitate and improve ROM of the user's shoulder
  • Constructed with a strong and durable hardened aluminum base that can be easily attached to a table top
Performance Health

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Kinetec Maestra Hand and Wrist CPM Machine

Starting at: $6,076.25

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  • Makes each hand movement possible
  • Can be used in a clinical or homecare setting
Kinetec USA

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Shoulder Exercise Ladder

Starting at: $252.97

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  • Designed to help increase strength and range of motion.
  • Rod can be adjusted up and down for stand angling.
Performance Health

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Semi-Circular Pegboard for Upper Body Range of Motion Therapy

Starting at: $423.88

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  • Offers a convenient and effective tool for improving upper extremity mobility.
  • Semi-circular, three-tiered design is comfortable and versatile for effective therapy.
Fabrication Enterprises

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Climbing Peg Board and Bar

Starting at: $502.51

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  • Simple design is convenient and economical.
  • Ideal for effective rehabilitation in any therapy facility.
Fabrication Enterprises

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Shoulder Range-of-Motion Therapy Wheel

Starting at: $506.28

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  • Improves range of motion of the shoulder with easy use.
  • Smooth, convenient motion helps relieve pain and stiffness.
Clinton Industries

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Hausmann Table Mounted Finger Ladder

Starting at: $141.99

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  • Designed to help increase flexion in the fingers.
  • Includes 15 peg holes in each side for easy use.
Hausmann Industries

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Bailey Wall Mount Shoulder Wheel

Starting at: $385.50

  • Brake shoes and ball bearings - Make for a sensitive resistance mechanism that glides smoothly
  • Hardwood frame - Will keep the wheel mounted securely through multiple uses
Bailey Manufacturing Company

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Kinetec Breva Ankle CPM Machine

Starting at: $4,972.00

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  • Features 5 treatment modes
  • Passively mobilizes fractures
Kinetec USA

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Kinetec 6080 Elbow CPM Machine

Starting at: $5,536.25

  • Convenient and easy to use in a bed or chair
  • Uses anatomically correct elbow joint passive motion
Kinetec USA

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What is Range of Motion (ROM)?

Just as your therapist measures your gait, strength, balance and flexibility, testing your range of motion abilities is the simple measurement of the amount of movement in and around a specific joint. Each body joint has a normal ROM, expressed in degrees, which can be measured with a goniometer instrument. If you are experiencing decreased range of motion in a knee or elbow, for example, your therapist assesses your starting, baseline ROM before any intervention takes place. Subsequent readings are then reapplied periodically as treatment protocols progress, to determine changes taking place on the road to recovery.

It is important for patients to understand what their own range of motion measurements are, and what their goal ROM may be. Working towards a goal of normal range of motion capabilities can help ensure a safe and rapid return to a patient’s own optimum functional mobility. ROM therapy attempts to increase the distance and direction a joint can move between the extended and flexed positions through the use of exercise, with or without the use of machines and devices.

Inextricably linked with functional independence, ROM gives us the ability to move our legs, trunk and arms, crucial functions that without which we would not be able to adequately care for ourselves. A patient suffering decreased ROM in the shoulder will not be able to shampoo the top of his or her head, or a patient with decreased ROM in the ankle could be greatly increasing his or her risk of falls because of losing balance. There are a number of health issues that can contribute to restricted ROM such as arthritis, disease, swelling and inflammation, infection, muscle spasms and problems with body mechanics.

The 3 Types of Range of Motion Therapy

There are three distinct types of therapy used in ROM therapy: passive, active and active-assist. The goal of all three types is to gently increase ROM while also decreasing stiffness, swelling and pain. For most patients, the usual protocol is to start with passive ROM therapy, progress with active-assist ROM therapy, and to eventually be able to move independently with active ROM therapy.

Passive range of motion, also known as PROM, is movement applied to a joint by a therapist or caregiver, or through the use of a passive motion machine, sometimes referred to as a continuous passive motion (CPM) machine. Patients use no effort of their own with PROM, and simply relax while the outside force moves the body part through the available range of motion. Most commonly employed during the first phase of rehabilitation following surgery or trauma, passive range of motion therapy using CPM devices helps control post-operative pain, reduces inflammation and edema and protects the healing repairs and tissues. The specific range of motion is gradually increased as the patient recovers. PROM is also utilized in paralyzed patients to help prevent pressure ulcers and contractures.

Active range of motion, also known as AROM, is when a patient uses his or her own muscles to move the affected joint, without requiring any help from a therapist, caregiver, device or machine. AROM is typically started when the patient is able to start moving independently after injury and/or surgery, when little or no protection from further damage or injury is required.

Active-assist range of motion, also known as AAROM, is defined as a joint receiving partial assistance from an outside force, such as from a therapist or medical device. A patient can typically move the injured body part, but may require further assistance to ensure more damage does not occur to the joint or the surrounding muscles and tissues. The help needed may be divided equally between the patient and the therapist, or the patient and the equipment, or the patient may need the majority of exertion to come from the therapist or device. AAROM typically takes place when some healing has been realized and the muscles can contract, but the healing body part still needs protection to minimize further risk of damage.


Hulet Smith, OT
Rehabmart Co-Founder & CEO

 



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