Measure joint range of motion with the manual that'set the standard.
Here is all of the guidance you need to identify impairments successfully and assess rehabilitation status effectively.
Thoroughly updated and revised to reflect today’s most current and complete research, the 5th Edition of this classic book retains the unique features that have set this manual apart as the reference of choice.
For each measurable joint in the body, you’ll find a consistent, easy-to-follow format and exceptional photographs that depict range of motion and alignment, making it easy for you to visualize the examination and technique for each joint motion and muscle length test.
See what students are saying online about the previous edition…
“This book is a great guide to goniometry. I especially love the Appendix that has all the normal values. It's a must have for anyone starting out in physical therapy.”
Measurements made easy
“This book is helpful because there are actual photographs that'show you how to measure various ROM's. No confusing drawings. just pictures. So helpful. They also do a great job of summarizing the most important tips for each joint (i.e. normal ROM's, where to place the goni, etc.)”
|Publisher:||F. A. Davis Company|
|Product dimensions:||9.00(w) x 10.80(h) x 1.10(d)|
Table of Contents
I. Introduction to Goniometry
1. Basic Concepts
3. Validity and Reliability
II. Upper Extremity Testing
4. The Shoulder
5. The Elbow and Forearm
6. The Wrist
7. The Hand
III. Lower Extremity Testing
8. The Hip
9. The Knee
10. The Ankle and Foot
IV. Testing of the Spine and Temporomandibular Joint
11. The Cervical Spine
12. The Thoracic and Lumbar Spine
13. The Temporomandibular Joint
A. Normative Range of Motion Values
B. Summary Guides for Measuring Range of Motion
C. Joint Measurements by Body Position
D. Numerical Recording Forms
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Anybody that needs to measure the motion of the joints in the body will want to read this book. I call it 'The Bible' when it comes to the standardization of measuring joint motion. In an age of evidence-based medicine and the need to objectively document improvement, this book is most welcome.