Diagnosing injuries, pain, or impairments can often be a challenging puzzle. A patient's range of motion offers a solid foundation from which to begin any diagnosis and treatment plan. JTECH Medical reached out to experts in a variety of fields to find out when, how, and why they use inclinometry in their practices.

A recurring sentiment among clinicians across multiple disciplines and with a variety of goals is that range of motion is the gateway into the body's mechanics.

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The inability of an employee to perform their job duties after an injury is a constant concern to employers and the affected employee. The optimum time to return to work is often in doubt.  The FCE is one tool that PTs and OTs can use to help better determine when an employee is physically capable of returning to the rigors of their job duties.

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We spend a lot of time at work, doing the same thing day in and out, increasing the risk for repetitive injuries. Employee general well being seems to be of increasing interest to employers. As a result, more and more employers are opting into wellness plans and offering incentives for those who participate. Some companies even go as far as to bring wellness to work and allow employees to participate during work time.

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