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He had an active range of motion from 0 to 130 degrees of flexion, and there was no lag with straight leg raise.
Functional results based on total active range of motion (TAM) as found in metacarpal versus phalangeal bone fractures are shown in table-III.
At 9 months, the patient had pain-free active range of motion consisting of 175[degrees] of forward flexion, internal rotation to T10, and 55[degrees] and 110[degrees] of external rotation in adduction and abduction, respectively.
There were no features of radiological union over the 3-month period, however the patient had an active range of motion of 0-130[degrees] and mobilized without gait aids or an extension splint.
Mean (SD) effective dorsiflexion and total active range of motion (in degrees) of ankle with knee at 90 degrees of flexion Effective dorsiflexion * CT IO N Mean (SD) N Mean (SD) Pre op 162 0 219 0 Post op 162 11 (4) 219 12 (4) Final follow-up 114 12 (6) 156 12 (5) Total active range of motion ** CT IO N Mean (SD) N Mean (SD) Pre op 162 13 (7) 219 10 (7) Post op 162 15 (5) 219 16 (6) Final follow-up 114 20 (7) 156 19 (7) * Dorsiflexion range above 90 degrees at ankle.
Each chapter about a body region is subdivided into the specific movement to be tested, active range of motion, the prime and secondary movers of the movement, the subject positions in the anti-gravity and gravity minimized situations, muscle grading for each movement and substitutions for the movement.
After one month, the low- and high-dose groups showed the same improvement in pain, disability and active range of motion, while the patients in the placebo group showed no improvement.
The shoulder joints active range of motion was limited; however, its passive range of motion was normal.
* Moderate improvement in the active range of motion of the right hip joint.
(3) You move parts of your body through the available range of motion without assistance or resistance (active range of motion)
Fourteen participants with superiolateral shoulder pain, decreased active humeral elevation, and limited overhead movement were randomly assigned to receive joint mobilisation and comprehensive intervention (consisting of hot packs, active range of motion, stretching, muscle strengthening, soft tissue mobilisation and patient education), or comprehensive intervention alone.
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