The Baseline Wrist and Forearm Dynamometer is used by physical therapists, other medical professionals, and researchers to measure the strength of a person’s wrist muscles during flexion, extension, abduction, and adduction and to measure the strength of forearm muscles during supination and pronation. The dynamometer is useful for physiological research and diagnosing injuries or measuring progress for rehabilitation. In addition to the wrist and forearm dynamometer, several handles and gripping mechanisms are available for purchase as accessories to facilitate specific testing arrangements. Instructions for installing these various handles are included in this user manual.
The Baseline Wrist and Forearm Dynamometer can be used to perform various muscle tests involving the wrist and forearm muscles. The dynamometer is shown here with the shovel handle, which is used to measure supination and pronation.
ProHealthcareProducts.com provides this user manual as a convenience to customers and others who want to understand how the Baseline Wrist and Forearm Dynamometer works and to understand the muscle testing principles explained in the manual. If you have questions about this product or these muscle testing procedures beyond what is explained in the user manual included below, please contact ProHealthcareProducts.com customer service.