Date Presented 4/9/2016
The objective of this study was to establish the normal range of motion (ROM) of a healthy hand using built-up spoons with electrogoniometry. Statistical analysis of the data found significant differences in ROM between joints and spoon size and confirmed the hypothesis that less ROM is required to grip the utensils.
Primary Author and Speaker: Susan McDonald
Additional Author and Speaker: David Levine
Contributing Author: Lauren Aguilar
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