Passive Leg Range of Motion
This six-page illustrated handout educates people about passive leg range of motion exercises for rehabilitation. It explains the importance of range of motion (ROM) exercises, which are done to keep normal movement in the joints. It contains brief descriptions and accompanying illustrations of nine assisted exercises persons with leg injuries should do every day, while laying on their back. The exercises focus on hips, ankles, feet, and toes. The document includes check boxes where a healthcare provider can indicate which exercises they should do, and specifies that the exercises should be repeated ten times for each leg.
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