Learn 28 Range of Motion (ROM) Measurements.
Get objective data + know the exact stretches your clients need. The days of visual assessments and guessing are gone. No more random stretches. It’s time to proactively take ROM measurements as a standard of practice.
Sample Course Content
Measuring Straight Leg Hamstring with a Goniometer
Measuring External Hip Rotation with a Goniometer
Measuring Cervical Rotation with a Goniometer
Kinesics Guide to Goniometry provides foundational knowledge and techniques necessary to begin taking range of motion (ROM) assessments.
At the end of this course participants will be able to:
Explain the information obtained from taking ROM assessments
Defend the use of an objective assessment as the foundation for a flexibility and mobility program
Reference the Normative Range Value for each range of motion measurement
Recite the scope of practice for fitness and wellness professionals
Identify different tools for taking ROM measurements
Recite the pros and cons of the goniometer
Explain the difference between active and passive ROM
Recite the checklist for taking a ROM measurement
Conduct a 28 ROM measurement assessment
What You’ll Get:
28 video tutorials
15 question test
Certificate of completion with a passing score of 70% or higher