A persistent problem in health care has been objectively proving abnormal muscle function and pathobiomechanics (abnormal joint movement). Specifically after an injury.

Many times what happens is the patient will claim that they still have pain when they move their neck or lower back even though they may have full range of motion. To an insurance company "full range of motion" may be considered normal.

Now with DynaROM testing we can objectively test the patient's range of motion and measure the muscle activity while they are going through that range of motion. In other words, we get to see what your muscles are doing in real time! This has changed the world of range of motion testing. The DynaROM is even pictured in the American Medical Association's, The Practical Guide to the Evaluation of Range of Motion Assessment.

Call today and ask about a DynaROM evaluation!