Baseline 12-1076 Large Joint Goniometer
Baseline 12-1076 Large Joint Goniometer

Baseline 12-1076 Large Joint Goniometer






Baseline 12-1076 Large Joint Goniometer


Baseline 12-1076 Large Joint Goniometer

Are you looking for a reliable tool to measure range of motion in large joints? Look no further than the Baseline 12-1076 Large Joint Goniometer. This versatile instrument is designed to provide accurate and consistent measurements, making it an essential addition to any healthcare professional’s toolkit.

Key Features

Two 180 Degree Opposing Scales

The goniometer features two 180 degree opposing scales, allowing for easy and precise measurement of joint angles. This design ensures that healthcare professionals can obtain accurate readings, making it ideal for assessing and monitoring patients’ progress.

Durable Construction

The goniometer is constructed from high-quality materials, ensuring durability and longevity. It can withstand frequent use in clinical settings, making it a reliable tool for healthcare professionals.

Benefits

  • Accurate and reliable measurements
  • Easy to use
  • Durable construction
  • Ideal for large joint assessments

FAQ

Q: Is the goniometer suitable for measuring range of motion in all large joints?

A: Yes, the Baseline 12-1076 Large Joint Goniometer is designed to be versatile and can be used to measure range of motion in various large joints, including the knee, hip, and shoulder.

Q: Can the goniometer be used in both clinical and rehabilitation settings?

A: Absolutely! The goniometer is suitable for use in clinical assessments as well as rehabilitation settings, making it a valuable tool for healthcare professionals across different disciplines.

Conclusion

The Baseline 12-1076 Large Joint Goniometer is a must-have tool for healthcare professionals involved in assessing and monitoring range of motion in large joints. With its two 180 degree opposing scales and durable construction, it provides accurate and reliable measurements, making it an indispensable instrument in clinical and rehabilitation settings.