Exercise

Range of motion (ROM) exercises are done to preserve flexibility and mobility of the joints on which they are performed. These exercises reduce stiffness and will prevent or at least slow down the freezing of your joints as the disease progresses and you move less often. Range of motion is the term that is used to describe the amount of movement you have at each joint.

 

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General instructions:

  • Ideally, these exercises should be done once per day.

  • Do each exercise 10 times or move to the point of resistance and hold for 30 seconds.

  • Begin exercises slowly, doing each exercise a few times only and gradually build up to more.

  • Try to achieve full range of motion by moving until you feel a slight stretch, but don't force a movement.

  • Move only to the point of resistance.

  • Do not force the movement.

  • Keep limbs supported throughout motion.

  • Move slowly, watching the patient's face for response to ROM

 

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Lower Extremity Passive ROM Exercises

Lower extremity passive exercises are for someone else to stretch your hips, legs, and knees if you are unable to do this yourself. These exercises should be done slowly and gently while you are lying on your back. Each exercise should be done ten times on each leg each day.

 

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