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Range of Motion (ROM)

EMG and Goniometer data

Use AcqKnowledge® to determine the velocity of motion occurring during physical activity. All parts of the body can be evaluated for range of motion. Goniometers are available for evaluating one or two degrees of freedom from the same joint (e.g. wrist flexion/extension and radial/ulnar deviations). Use the X/Y plotting feature to inspect motion resulting from two degrees of freedom. Place torsiometers along the spine to measure twisting along the spinal axis. To determine maximum extension and flexion of the digits, place miniature goniometers on the back of fingers. Determine velocity of motion by using AcqKnowledge to perform a derivative on the recorded movement data, then run a second derivative on the data to calculate acceleration. Use the BioNomadix® wireless amplifiers and Logger system to increase subject freedom.

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