Range of motion for better result.


The motion range (or ROM) is the linear or angular distance that a moving body will usually move while properly connected to another body. It is also called travel range (or ROT), particularly when thinking about mechanical devices and in fields of mechanical engineering. As used in the biomedical field and by weightlifters, motion range refers to the distance and direction that a joint will travel between the flexed position and the extended position. The act of attempting to increase this distance through therapeutic exercises (range of motion therapy — stretching for physiological benefit from flexion to extension) is also often called motion range. Individual joint has a normal range of motion, expressed in degrees. In individuals, the reference values for the standard ROM vary slightly based on age and gender. Accepting paper regarding field of physiotherapy you can submit your submission here: https://www.scitechnol.com/submission/ You can also Email us: physicaltherapy@scitecjournals.com For more information check the website https://www.scitechnol.com/