ROMlab9-9, 9-10 - b. support of the limb you are moving c....

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Lab Objectives PT 418 ROM/CPM 1. Become familiar with the knee CPM. Be able to adjust it for patient fit, apply padding, and adjust speed and angle. You should experience “riding” on the CPM as well. a. When are these used? For what type of patients? b. Are the angles on the sides accurate? Why or why not? 2. Perform PROM on each of the following joints/areas: a. Ankle (dorsiflexion/plantarflexion) b. Knee (flex/ext) c. Hip (flex/ext, rotations, ab/adduction) d. Shoulder (all planes of motion) e. Elbow f. Wrist/hand/fingers g. Combination motions: i. Upper extremity ii. Lower extremity **You are not responsible for the diagonal patterns. We will get to those later. 3. For correct performance of PROM, consider the following elements: a. body mechanics for YOU the therapist
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Unformatted text preview: b. support of the limb you are moving c. Hand grip/grasp of the body part you are grabbing on to d. Be sure to differentiate between PROM and stretch 4. Transition to AAROM for all the above movements. How will you instruct the patient to accomplish this? What verbal and non-verbal cues will you give? 5. Continue with AROM for all the movements in #2. How is this different than AAROM? What verbal commands will be necessary? 6. Think clinically! In what situations will you need to use (give at least two answers for each): a. PROM? b. AAROM? c. AROM? 7. When do you switch between the three different types of ROM? 8. Explore the Tilt table (left over from last lab, if we have found the straps.)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2011 for the course HEALTH 114 taught by Professor Teller during the Winter '11 term at Grand Valley State University.

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