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Pain Scale Goniometer


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  • Model: PSG-1
  • Shipping Weight: 0.03kgs

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  • Accurate ROM assessment to 1 degree
  • Faces & numeric pain scale statistically proven to get a more accurate assessment of patients current pain level
  • Ranges provided for ROM of all body region (save time by not having to look up numbers and give patients instant feedback of the ROM they should have)
  • Metric & Imperial ruler up to 37 cm / 12 inches
  • Pupil gage that can be held over the patients eyes for an accurate reading through clear plastic
  • Pocket sized and portable – effective clinical outcome marker to quantitatively track patient progress over time
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Dimensions (folded): 9” (22 cm) x 2” (5 cm)
Weight: 30 g

"This goniometer has saved me a ton of time in showing patients how they are improving pre and post treatment – I can just read the numbers and show them"

"This is a way better system rather than buying a separate pain scale, pupil gage, ruler and ROM reference chat – all I need is in one convenient package – it saves me time and money!"

"This tool has is the most useful of any goniometer I have ever used! Thank you ProHealth!"

"Simple, effective – it [the goniometer] is all I need for accurate assessment and to show my patients how they are improving with treatment – great product"


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Gallagher EJ, Bijur PE, Latimer C & Silver W (2002) Reliability and validity of a visual analog scale for acute abdominal pain in the ED. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 20, 287–290.

Jamison RN, Gracely RH, Raymond SA, Levine JG, Marino B, Herrmann TJ, Daly M, Fram D & Katz NP (2002) Comparative study of electronic vs. paper VAS ratings: a randomized, crossover trial using healthy volunteers. Pain 99, 341–347.

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 26 April, 2014.

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