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Self Digital Photography for Assessing Elbow Range of Motion

Loss of elbow range of motion can significantly affect activities of daily living. Measuring elbow range of motion is critical for tracking post surgical outcomes. This study seeks to validate the ability to validate self photography as a means of followup through long distance correspondence.


Impact Of Digital Photography & Conventional Method On The Accuracy Of Shade Matching In The Esthetic Zone

The aim of this study: Is to evaluate the accuracy of digital photography in optimizing shade matching when compared to conventional method of shade selection.

Joint Range of Motion in Burn Scars

The purpose of this study is to determine the relationship between cutaneous functional unit(CFU)recruitment throughout the available active range of motion of a prescribed joint in normal subjects and patients with burn scars. Specifically, this study will determine if differences in CFU recruitment exist between normal subjects and individuals with burn scars at the dorsal hand, dorsal or volar forearm, or anterior or posterior arm during active range of motion of the MCP jo...


Role of MRI in Evaluation of Non-traumatic Causes of Painful Elbow

• Elbow pain is any type of pain that comes from structures in the elbow joint and/or in structures adjacent to the elbow joint. elbow is a complex joint; it allows to both extension and flexion, as well as rotation hand and forearm. Since most movements are a combination of these actions, Elbow pain is often caused by overuse, but in general, elbow joint is much less prone to wear-and-tear damage than are many other joints. The causes of elbow pain are numerous. Most elbow p...

Digital Ocular Fundus Photography in the Emergency Department: A New Application for Telemedicine?

The purpose of this study is to determine if non-dilated retinal photography in the emergency room improves the diagnosis of papilledema (optic nerve swelling) in patients with neurologic disease compared to direct ophthalmoscopy.

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Foot and Ankle Range of Motion (Stretching) Apparatus

Range of motion at ankle joint and subtalar joint will be assessed before and after utilization of ARM device. The changes in range of motion will be recorded and compared to literature.

Cervical Range of Motion in Neck Pain Patients: A Mixed Methods Study

This study there are any associations between objective and subjective outcome measures, measuring the cervical range of motion and if the restriction matter to the patient.

The Efficacy of Telerehabilitation Program for Improvement of Upper Limb Function Among Adults Post Elbow Fractures

This experimental research aims to examine the efficacy of Telerehabilitation treatment using a computerized system (MediTouch) in improving the upper limb function post elbow fractures. 24 participants aged 18-80 who are post surgery to fixate elbow fractures or arthrolysis of the elbow will be invited to participate in the study. The subjects will be matched into two groups according to age and fracture type to study and control groups. Both groups will be treated for a month...

Early Discharge in Patients Undergoing Elbow Arthroscopy

Patients undergoing elbow arthroscopy surgery will receive standard anesthesia and analgesia (infraclavicular nerve block combined with general anesthesia for surgery; continuous infusion via infraclavicular catheter to day 3 post op). Patients in the experimental group will be discharged home after one day, with infraclavicular catheter in place; patients in the comparator group will stay in hospital for 3 or 4 days, per standard practice. The study will compare range of motio...

Immediate Effects of Superficial Heat Associated With Elongation in the Posttraumatic Elbow Contracture

Introduction: The elbow contracture is a secondary injury that can occur after direct trauma, causing the patient to have limitations in their range of motion. Objective evaluation protocols that help in decision making for the indication of these therapeutic resources have great value in rehabilitation, as they reduce unnecessary expenses and improve the assertiveness in the indication of this resource. Objective: To verify the immediate effects of superficial heat associated...

Progressive Splinting Status Post Elbow Fractures and Dislocations

The purpose of this study is to help determine if a static stretching brace in addition to physical therapy decreases the incidence of secondary operations, increases range of motion, and individual patient function.

Benefit of Adding Stretching to Standard Intervention For Patients With Nonspecific Mechanical Neck Pain

The purpose of this study is to assess the benefit of adding stretching exercises to cervical mobilization and cervical range of motion exercises on cervical range of motion, pain, pain threshold, level of disability and patient satisfaction for patient with non-specific mechanical neck pain

Use of Continuous Passive Motion in the Post-Operative Treatment of Intra-articular Knee Fractures

Decreased range of motion is common after fractures around the knee and can impact a patient's ability to perform activities of daily living such as rising from a seated position or getting in and out of a bathtub. A continuous passive motion (CPM) machine is a machine that continuously moves a joint (such as the knee) without the patient having to use the muscles in his/her leg. A goal of this therapy is to maintain as much motion as possible following this injury. This study ...

Wearable Technology in Shoulder Range of Motion

The scope of the research is to determine if a motion-based software development kit may substitute for a manual goniometer. If so, this opens up the possibility of remote telemonitoring of upper extremities patients.

Clinical Outcomes Study of the Nexel Total Elbow

The objectives of the study are to confirm safety and performance of the Zimmer Nexel Total Elbow when used in primary or revision total elbow replacement.

Results of the Treatment of Patients With Elbow Osteoarthritis

The study is a prospective case controlled clinical trial. The purpose of the study is to investigate the effect of elbow arthroscopy in the treatment for osteoarthritis of the elbow when compared to conservative treatment.

Training in Exercise Activities and Motion for Growth

To determine if an exercise program of passive range of motion (ROM) is safe and feasible in infants with single ventricle (SV) physiology after their Norwood procedure.

Comparing Mobilization Techniques for the Hemiplegic Shoulder

One of the main complications after stroke is hemiplegic shoulder pain. It is known that one of the most frequent causes of hemiplegic shoulder pain is a restricted range of motion in the shoulder joint. Therefore, it is neccessary that the passive range of motion is preserved by using the best mobilization technique. The aim of this study is to compare 2 different techniques in order to document their influence on shoulder range of motion and shoulder pain in stroke patients.

Cervical Stairstep and Effects on Range of Motion (ROM)

Observe the effects of Cervical Stairstep on Cervical Spine Range of Motion

Relationships Between Ultrasound Data and the Impact of Lateral Epicondylar Pain

Our primary objective is to study the relationship between ultra sound data and the pain associated with tennis elbow.

A Study to Determine the Performance of the Press Fit Condylar (P.F.C.) Sigma RP-F Knee System

The purpose of this study is to evaluate if the P.F.C. Sigma RPF knee accommodates functional stability with a post-operative passive range of motion of greater than 125° of flexion and to demonstrate that the range of motion does not compromise the longevity of the implant.

Comparison of Hip Range of Motion Values Among NCAA Division II Collegiate Athletes

The purpose of this study is to compare hip passive range of motion (ROM) among division II collegiate athletes in order to obtain normative data for future research. The investigators hypothesize that there will be a difference in passive hip ROM among the different genders and sports.

Changes in the Ankle Range of Motion Following Subtalar Joint Manipulation

The purpose of the study is to determine whether manipulation of the subtalar joint (one of the two joints of the ankle) has an effect on ankle range of motion in a group of ankles that have sustained a subacute inversion ankle sprain. The investigators expect subtalar joint manipulation will increase ankle range of motion about the subtalar joint, but not at the talocrural joint (the other joint of the ankle).

Digital Dysmorphology Project

In this study, the investigators propose a novel method to detect Down syndrome using photography for facial dysmorphology, a tool called computer-aided diagnosis (CAD). After validating the method, this technology will be expanded to perform similar functions to assist in the detection of other dysmorphic syndromes. By using photography and image analysis this automated assessment tool would have the potential to improve the diagnosis rate and allow for remote, non-invasive d...

Range of Motion Following Intraoperative Coban Dressing Application in Hand Burns

Participants of this study will include burns requiring skin graft to hand(s). After informed consent, an occupational therapy evaluation will be performed. Participants will consent to surgery, in which skin graft will be applied by physician during surgery, occupational therapy will apply coban dressing. Participant will seen daily by occupational therapist during hospitalization for active range of motion to hand(s). Occupational therapist will measure range of motion of han...


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