Did you know that you can use Curovate to measure your knee range of motion? This blog will show you how to take these measurements in the Curovate application.

Curovate can measure your knee range of motion. Knee range of motion refers to how far you can straighten and bend your knee. Straightening your knee is called extension and bending your knee is called flexion. Curovate saves every measurement you take and you can view all your previous measurements to track your progress.

In the following video, you will learn how to measure your knee range of motion using Curovate:

Tips For Taking Your Knee Range of Motion:

To Access Measurement Tool:

  • From the home screen press the menu button (three horizontal lines in top left corner), then press the measurement icon.

To Take Knee Extension Range of Motion:

  • Press green start button
  • Straighten surgical knee as far as possible while sitting on the ground and support the bottom of your ankle with a towel or roll
  • Place the phone on your thigh above the kneecap screenside up. Press the measure button
  • Place the phone on your shin below the kneecap screenside up. Press the measure

To Take Knee Flexion Range of Motion:

  • Bend surgical knee as far as possible by sliding your heel towards your butt while sitting on the ground
  • Place the phone on your thigh above the kneecap screenside up. Press the measure button
  • Place the phone on your shin below the kneecap screenside up. Press the measure button

To View Previous Knee Range of Motion Measurements:

  • Press View Graph
  • Scroll to the bottom to view knee extension and knee flexion measurements in the bar graphs
  • Scroll right through bar graphs to see previous measurements

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