PROM

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Procedure

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Zero Position

  • Client sitting on the table, hips and knees are in 90° flexion

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Caution

  • NA

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Endfeel

  • Soft, antagonist

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Avoid

  • Extension of the knee
  • Extension of the toes

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Permit

  • NA

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Agonist Muscles

Ankle (Foot) Dorsiflexors

 

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Antagonist Muscles

Ankle (Foot) Plantar Flexors

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Tissues Compressed

  • Anterior joint capsule

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Tissues Stretched

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Joints Directly Involved

  • Ankle joint

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Joints Indirectly Involved

  • Intervertebral (lumbar) joints
  • Hip joint
  • Knee joint
  • Arches of the foot

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Special Notes

  • Unlike with the movement of most other joints, there is often less dorsiflexion in PROM than in AROM
  • This might be due to lack of reciprocal inhibition of the powerful calf muscles
  • Consider this in your “YES-NO scenario”

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