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What is normal knee flexion ROM?
Last Updated: 12th May, 2020
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People also ask, what is the normal range of motion for knee flexion?
Normal Values for Range of Motion of Joints*
Likewise, what is normal flexion? Flexion 0 to 125 degrees. Extension 115 to 0 degrees. Hyperextension (straightening beyond normal range) 0 to 15 degrees. Abduction (moving away from the central axis of the body) 0 to 45 degrees.
Likewise, people ask, what is normal knee ROM?
Knee range of motion: a. Normal range of motion, using the anatomical position as zero degrees. (e.g., Show range of motion as extension to minus 10 degrees and flexion 10 to 140 degrees when full extension is limited by 10 degrees and full flexion is possible.)
How can I improve my knee range of motion?
Range of Motion Lie on your back and bend your affected knee 90° with your foot flat against the wall. Slowly slide your foot down the wall by bending your knee as far as possible. Hold for 5-10 seconds and then slowly help raise the affected knee back using the healthy leg.