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 What is the definition of passive range of motion?

Answer Passive range of motion (PROM) is keeping an injured area active with the assistance of a doctor, personal trainer, physical therapist or someone who is capable of guiding a patient through exercis... Read More »
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Active and Passive Range-of-Motion Exercises?

Range-of-motion exercises keep joints mobile and increase flexibility in stiff joints. According to Healthline, the range of motion of a joint is influenced by the ligaments, tendons, muscles, and ... Read More »
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How do I Do Range of Motion?

Range of motion describes your joints' ability to rotate in different directions. Having a full range of motion is important to prevent injuries during exercise or even during normal activities. Li... Read More »
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Help! I don't have full range of motion in my shoulder?

That's strange since the shoulder joint is actually separate from the clavicle and the AC joint. Go see an orthopedist, do physical therapy and see what they say. If your limitations don't bother ... Read More »
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I don't have full range of motion in my shoulder?

It could be due to stiffness of the Glenohumeral ligament in your shoulder thats causing the limited mobility in your shoulder.
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