Passive Range of Motion

In this section we will go through the passive ranges of motion that are used to determine soft tissue influences across the joints.  We will begin with the spine and work our way out and down fro the shoulders to the ankles.  You can use this data base as a teaching tool and reference guide by going through all of the sections or you can use the strategy page to get to the ROM section that relates to the pain pattern your client presents.

Upper Cervical ROM

Atlanto Occipital Assessment #1

This assessment is to test the range of motion of what we are assessing.  IN this particular assessment what we are looking for is this many degrees of motion in a particular direction.  the movemet may feel like this or that which will indicate that or this.  if there is limitation in ROM then this muscle or group of muscles need to be considered.  if there is excessive range then the following needs to be determined and considered.

Atlanto Occipital Assessment #2

This assessment is to test the range of motion of what we are assessing.  IN this particular assessment what we are looking for is this many degrees of motion in a particular direction.  the movemet may feel like this or that which will indicate that or this.  if there is limitation in ROM then this muscle or group of muscles need to be considered.  if there is excessive range then the following needs to be determined and considered.

Atlanto Occipital Assessment #2

This assessment is to test the range of motion of what we are assessing.  IN this particular assessment what we are looking for is this many degrees of motion in a particular direction.  the movemet may feel like this or that which will indicate that or this.  if there is limitation in ROM then this muscle or group of muscles need to be considered.  if there is excessive range then the following needs to be determined and considered.

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