Range of Motion

Range of Motion: Anatomical vs Physiological Anatomical Range of Motion (AROM) Anatomical Range of Motion refers to the maximum possible movement around a joint, as determined by the physical limitations of the anatomy. This includes the physical limitations imposed by the shapes and lengths of the bones, the constraints imposed by ligaments and tendons, and the arrangement of the surrounding muscles and tissues. This is typically the measure you’d see in an anatomy textbook and represents the theoretical maximum that a joint could move under ideal circumstances. Physiological Range of Motion (PROM) Physiological Range of Motion refers to the range Read More