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What are arom and prom exercises in occupational therapy?

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Dr. Robert Meislin answered

Specializes in sports medicine

AROM: Arom is an acronym standing for "active range of motion." that is for the individual who actively moves his extremity joint through a range of motion without any assistive help; prom is an acronym for "passive range of motion" is under the power and assistance of the therapist or examiner testing range of motion.

Answered 8/29/2017

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