Baseline 180 Degree Digit Goniometer
Measures 110° flexion through 40° hyper-extension in 5° increments. This goniometer is also known as a one-hand goniometer because readings can be taken by the therapist using only one hand. This frees up the therapist's other hand to stabilize the patient during measurement or to record the measurements. The standard finger goniometer requires the therapist to use two hands to make a finger range-of-motion measurement.