Good Mobility

The measurements show you are in the normal range for the movement.

Ranges:

  1. Flexion - 170 - 180

  2. Extension - 50 - 75

  3. Abduction - 170 - 180

  4. External Rotation - 73 - 100%

  5. Adduction - 70 - 100%

Can Be Improved

The measurement shows you are outside the normal range for the movement. There are exercises that can help you improve your range. It is also recommended that to speak to a doctor / pt / physio to see how to improve your range of motion.

Ranges:

  1. Flexion - 140 - 170

  2. Extension - 35 - 50 AND 75 - 90

  3. Abduction - 140 - 170

  4. External Rotation - 53 - 73%

  5. Adduction - 50 - 70%

Requires Attention

The measurement shows that you are not in the normal range and we highly recommend that you speak to a doctor / pt / physio immediately.

Ranges:

  1. Flexion - 0 - 140

  2. Extension - 0 - 35

  3. Abduction - 0 - 140

  4. External Rotation - 0 - 53%

  5. Adduction - 0 - 50%

What may cause limited range of motion:

  • inflammation of the soft tissues surrounding the joint, or joint swelling

  • muscle stiffness

  • pain

  • joint dislocation

  • elbow fractures

  • fractures in other areas of the body

  • a medical condition

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