Have a question about this product?Ask us
Auto Re-Order & Save! More details
The Baseline Deluxe Sit n’ Reach Flexibility Box is the premier device to measure the flexibility of a selected set of joints and small muscles, including the lower back vertebrae, larger hamstring muscles and hip flexor joints.
The device includes an adjustable start point that accounts for variations in arm and leg lengths of users, a built-in foot plate and a maximum stretch indicator that remains at the stretched position until reset. This allows for accurate recording of results. The box provides easy-to-read results shown in inches or centimeters.
Measurements include Fitness, Program, Cooper Institute/YMCA and SHAPE America (formerly known as AAHPERD). Measures 21″ x 12″ x 13″ and weighs less than 9 lbs., making this box compact enough to travel with and easy to store when not in use. The box is constructed of metal, so it’s sturdy, durable and built to last years.
Some light, easy assembly is required. Baseline Products have been a trusted name in measurement and evaluation instruments all over the world since 1974. If you have ever received therapy after an injury, you have probably had your progress tested and measured with a Baseline measurement instrument.
- 30″ x 12″ x 13″
- 14 lbs
|Shipping Box Length 31|
Shipping Box Width 13
Shipping Box Height 3
Shipping Box Weight 14
Assembled Product Length 30
Assembled Product Width 13
Assembled Product Height 12
Brand Name Baseline
Country of Origin China
UPC Code 714905016027
GONIOMETER / HAND DYNAMOMETER / MEDICAL TUNING FORK
AvaCare Medical carries a full range of diagnostic instruments, including hand dynamometers, goniometers, Weber tuning forks, and more. Medical professionals utilize these tools to test a patient’s ability in a related area.
Hand Dynamometer for Dynamometer Test
Hand dynamometers are used to evaluate a patient’s grip (aka isometric) strength. The hand dynamometer test is used by medical professionals to assess the patient’s isometric ability often without the patient even sensing the movement of the handle of the hand dynamometer. Often, the results of this assessment are used to by physical therapists develop a physical rehabilitation plan for the patient. Hand held dynamometers are also used by sports players and those in strength training programs to test hand grip strength.
A hand dynamometer is also referred to as a grip strength dynamometer, or as a hand grip dynamometer.
A medical goniometer is a plastic or metal device of varying size. It is used to measure the range of motion (ROM) around a joint, such as the knee, waist, fingers, or wrist. Occupational & physical therapists often utilize the goniometer in their patients’ therapy plan to track rehabilitation progress over time.
There are three parts to a goniometer:
Fulcrum: The fulcrum is the protractor-like circle or semi-circle at the center of the goniometer with a sphere-shaped measuring scale that goes along its border. The scale on a goniometer with a half-circle body will usually go from 0-180 degrees, and the scale for a full circle model can reach from 0-360 degrees.
Stationary Arm: This arm is attached to the fulcrum of the goniometer. When moving it, the body will automatically move as well.
Movable Arm: This arm is attached at the axis (middlemost point) to the fulcrum with a screw-like piece. It can pivot a full circle around the body of the goniometer. The moveable arm
How to Take Goniometer Measurements
The medical goniometer works as follows: The fulcrum of the goniometer is aligned at the joint, and the stationery arm is aligned along the limb that’s being measured. The movable arm is placed along the other limb.