Range of motion (ROM) is the extent to which a joint can move, which determines a person's functional ability and capacity to perform routine everyday tasks. Measuring range of motion accurately is necessary to provide effective treatment for various joint impairments and disorders. At HealthQuest, a leading multi-speciality healthcare center in Brooklyn, New York, we rely on Commander Echo® Dual Inclinometers from JTECH Medical to measure movement around a joint or body part.
This state-of-the-art tool is fully featured to make spine and extremity ROM measurement faster and easier. Our goal is to provide timely and appropriate treatment to help patients optimize range of motion as quickly as possible.
Factors that affect ROM include injury and disease, body asymmetry, excess fat or muscle mass, loss of tissue elasticity and poor joint articulation. Using Commander Echo® Dual Inclinometers allows our medical specialists to evaluate range of motion of all upper extremity joints such as the shoulder joint, elbow joint, wrist joint, and more. By accurately identifying the presence of or possibility of joint mobility issues, our team ensures rapid and effective treatment.
These Dual Inclinometers enable us to provide fast and efficient ROM measurement
This advanced ROM measurement tool allows us to analyze current injuries precisely, document patient progress, update treatment protocols, further patient education Another effective testing tool that our musculoskeletal specialists use is JTECH Medical's Muscle Testing Dynamometer. It assesses muscle strength and is a key component of initial orthopedic or neurological examinations and occupational therapy evaluation at our healthcare center.
Customized Treatment for a Wide Range of Joint-related Conditions
By providing quick and accurate assessments, the reliable Commander Echo® Dual Inclinometers allows our team to diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions that could affect range of motion:
At our rehabilitation center in Brooklyn, our team of experienced neurologists, orthopedists, chiropractors, physical therapists and pain management physicians collaborate to help patients regain muscle strength and range of motion and return to activities of daily living as quickly as possible.
Call 718-769-2521 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the advanced motion and muscle testing options that we offer. We accept most major medical insurance plans as well as Medicare, No-Fault, and Workers' Compensation.