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Normal ROM

Normal ROM of all joints in body

Joint motionDegrees
Shoulder flexion 160-180 degrees
Shoulder extension 50-60 degrees
Shoulder abduction 170-180 degrees
Shoulder adduction 50-75 degrees
Shoulder external rotation 80-90 degrees (shoulder)
Shoulder internal rotation 60-100 degrees
Elbow flexion 140-150 degrees
Elbow extension 0-10 degrees
Elbow supination 90 degrees
Elbow pronation 80-90 degrees (elbow)
Wrist flexion 80-90 degrees (wrist)
Wrist extension 70-90 degrees
Wrist radial deviation 15 degrees
Wrist ulnar deviation 30-45 degrees
MCP (hand 2-5) flexion 85-90 degrees
MCP (hand 2-5) extension 30-45 degrees
PIP (hand 2-5) flexion 100-115 degrees
PIP (hand 2-5) extension 0 degrees (hand PIP)
DIP (hand 2-5) flexion 80-90 degrees (hand DIP)
DIP (hand 2-5) extension 20 degrees
CMC (hand 1st) flexion 45-50 degrees
CMC (hand 1st) abduction 60-70 degrees
CMC (hand 1st) adduction 30 degrees (hand)
MCP (hand 1st) flexion 50-55 degrees
MCP (hand 1st) extension 0 degrees (hand 1st)
IP (hand 1st) flexion 85-90 degrees
IP (hand 1st) extension 0-5 degrees
Hip flexion 110-120 degrees
Hip extension 10-15 degrees
Hip abduction 30-50 degrees
Hip adduction 30 degrees (hip)
Hip external rotation 40-60 degrees
Hip internal rotation 30-40 degrees (hip)
Knee flexion 135 degrees
Knee extension 0-15 degrees
Knee external rotation 30-40 degrees (knee)
Knee internal rotation 20-30 degrees
Ankle supination 45-60 degrees
Ankle pronation 15-30 degrees
Ankle plantar flexion 50 degrees
Ankle dorsiflexion 20 degrees
2nd-5th MTP flexion 40 degrees
2nd-5th MTP extension 40 degrees
1st MTP flexion 45 degrees
1st MTP extension 70 degrees
1st IP (foot) flexion 90 degrees
1st IP (foot) extension 0 degrees (foot IP)
2nd-5th PIP (foot) flexion 35 degrees
2nd-5th PIP (foot) extension 0 degrees (foot PIP)
2nd-5th DIP (foot) flexion 60 degrees
2nd-5th DIP (foot) extension 30 degrees (foot)
Created by: jvlassov
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