DO YOU NEED UPPER EXTREMITY GONIOMETRY HELP?
Do the words AXIS, MOVEABLE BAR and STATIONARY BAR make you break out into a cold sweat?
Does the thought of an UPPER EXTREMITY RANGE OF MOTION lab practical bring on nausea?
Are you changing practice areas and need to brush up on goniometry?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions
YOU ARE IN THE RIGHT PLACE!
UPPER EXTREMITY GONIOMETRY IS EASY
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Upper Extremity Goniometry Is Easy...
reviews key components required for successfully measuring upper extremity joint motions
All you need are your goniometer and a practice partner.
UPPER EXTREMITY GONIOMETER IS EASY gives you:
- Clarity on goniometer parts
- Support for your education or occupational therapy practice
- Guidance for measuring upper extremity joint motions
- A pocket reference for sneak peeks and quick reference if doubt creeps in
THIS UE GONIOMETRY REVIEW INCLUDES
A DETAILED REVIEW OF HOW TO MEASURE UPPER EXTREMITY JOINT RANGE OF MOTION
WHAT YOU GET:
- Review of upper extremity joint motions
- Review of goniometer components
- Terminology review
- Proper goniometer placement
- Video demonstrations showing how to move the goniometer while measuring Active & Passive Range of motion
- Video demonstrations of measuring the following joint motions (Client seated upright in wheelchair):
- Shoulder Flexion
- Shoulder Abduction
- Shoulder External Rotation
- Shoulder Internal Rotation
- Elbow Extension to Flexion
- Forearm Pronation
- Forearm Supination
- Wrist Flexion
- Wrist Extension
- Normal joint Ranges of Motion
- Written instructions
- Video demonstrations
- Downloadable content
- Quick Reference Chart - normal UE joint ranges of motion
- Quizzes to test your knowledge
Whether you are a student, new grad or seasoned practitioner who needs to brush up on range of motion measurements, you will find essential information on how to measure upper extremity joint range of motion. It's like having a teacher in your pocket! Mastering the goniometer brings confidence to your practice. Confidence helps you provide good, quality therapy services and puts your patients at ease.Sign Up For Now For UPPER EXTREMITY GONIOMETRY IS EASY
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OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PRACTITIONERS - The perfect review for anyone changing practice settings and helping new grads build confidence
- Changing Practice Settings - If you haven't been required to document range of motion (ROM) measurements and will be required to do so, a quick brush up on goniometer basics will boost your confidence around this skill
- Rehab Managers - Support new grad OT's and OTA's with this quick reference tool. Practitioners can use the video instruction as a quick reference/pocket guide to ensure proper measurements are taken every time
- Quick Reference - Download and print the Normal Measurements For Upper Extremity Range of Motion Reference Guide for each practitioner and simplify decision making around ROM goals
STUDENTS - Stop struggling to remember joint motions and fumbling around with the goniometer
- Master the goniometer as a tool - Refer to the images and videos to remember the difference between the stationary bar and the moveable bar
- Master joint motions - Video demonstrations allow you to follow along with your own arms. Experience the movements and seal in knowledge
- Goniometer placement - detailed video demonstrations show proper goniometer placement, eliminating confusion; pause and play as needed while learning
- Differentiate between ACTIVE and PASSIVE ROM - each video demonstration clearly highlights where Active Range of Motion ends and Passive Range of Motion begins.
Almost! This easy to follow video program is like having an OT Mentor in your pocket!
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Confidence is key when investing in you and your practice. At Creative Concepts in Occupational Therapy PLLC, we want you to KNOW that UPPER EXTREMITY GONIOMETRY IS EASY is right for you.
100% refunds are available for anyone who believes this detailed review has not provided benefit to you or your practice. Refunds will be granted within 90 days of sign up. Just email [email protected] and request a refund.
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