Inclinometers are instruments used to measure the angle of a subject with respect to a level or gravity. In medical or clinical applications, an inclinometer determines an individual’s range of motion (ROM). The range of motion measured is referenced from the the body's natural position. The flexion angle or extension angle of the body segments or joint under evaluation is measured in degrees,
An inclinometer measures spinal range of motion. Dual Inclinometers testing is recommended to segment out areas of the spine. Features of Metriks Digital Inclinometer include an on/off button, hold/mode and zero button.
Metriks Educations Digital Inclinometer is unique compared to other makes because this instrument was specifically developed to aid physicians and clinicians who expressed a need to have a modernized, easy-to-use instrument to help document data, aid in assessments and treatments in an objective manner. Metriks Education recognizes and is highly grateful for clinicians and physicians who willingly participated in guiding the development.
How many buttons does the inclinometer have?
The inclinometer has three buttons:
- The On/Off button is used to turn the device on and off.
- The Hold button is used to press to hold the current score on the device. Press again to release the hold.
- The Zero button is used to reset the Digital inclinometer in its current position.
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