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The Cervical Range of Motion Device (CROM) (Performance Attainment Associates, Minnesota, USA) was used to establish zero degrees of sagittal rotation at the start of each trial in each of the three head postures in order to quantitatively standardise head postures between individuals.
Should the patient have a full, pain-free cervical range of motion, no further investigation is required.
Some specific topics explored include older children in automotive restraints, cervical range of motion data in children, comparison of child body dimensions with rear seat geometry, and the status of injury biomechanics for the development of child dummies.
The predominant physical findings were marked decreased passive cervical range of motion in all dimensions with diffuse muscle spasm.
For example, the measurement of cervical range of motion is one of the more frequently cited methods of evaluating response to treatment for infants with CMT (Corradi-Scalise et al, 2006).