180 Degree Robinson Pocket Goniometer
The 180 Degree Robinson Pocket Goniometer is a professional tool for measuring the angles of joints in the body. Consisting of a protractor and two liner arms, one stable and one hinged, it has a measuring a scale of 180° marked in 5° increments, and can be used by healthcare professionals to assess the joint conditions of patients, and can help them decide on treatment steps during rehabilitation. Due to its compact shape, it is easy to store and transport for improved convenience.
Who Can Use the Robinson Pocket Goniometer?
Goniometers are typically used by healthcare professionals to determine how much a patient is able to move a joint, which can aid in treatment decisions and monitoring of progress during rehabilitation. Practitioners who often use such devices include:
- Occupational therapists
- Orthopaedic surgeons
Where Can the Robinson Goniometer Be Used?
The Robinson Pocket Goniometer is a compact measurement tool ideal for assessing the range of motion in smaller joints of patient, such as those in the hand. This might be necessary for healthcare professionals to determine what treatment a patient might need if they experience a reduction in the motion of one of their joints.
Key Features and Benefits
- Simple tool for measuring the motion range of patients' joints
- Shape and size are well-suited to measuring patient hands
- Suitable for professional use by medical professionals or physical trainers
- 180° scale marked in 5° increments for ease of reading and precision
- Made from hardwearing stainless steel that is sure to last
How Long Is This Goniometer?
The Robinson Pocket Goniometer is 7 inches long and has a 180° scale for measuring the angles of joints, and is a particularly good size for measuring the joints in the hand. This scale is marked in 5° increments for a good level of precision and measurement versatility.
- Length: 7 inches
- Material: Stainless steel
- Scale: 180°