- Accurate ROM assessment to 1 degree
- Faces & numeric pain scale statistically proven to get a more accurate assessment of patients current pain level
- Ranges provided for ROM of all body region (save time by not having to look up numbers and give patients instant feedback of the ROM they should have)
- Metric & Imperial ruler up to 37 cm / 12 inches
- Pupil gage that can be held over the patients eyes for an accurate reading through clear plastic
- Pocket sized and portable effective clinical outcome marker to quantitatively track patient progress over time
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Pain Scale Goniometer