It also promotes a normal range of motion to help prevent stiffness and it helps to keep your pet's weight down.
What does NROM stand for?
NROM stands for Normal Range of Motion (physiology)
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We have 3 other meanings of NROM in our Acronym Attic
- National Review on Dead Tree (slang for the paper version of National Review magazine)
- Norske Reserve Offiserers Forening
- New Runoff (UNIX text formatter)
- Nontypesetting Runoff (Unix)
- Nationaal Regie-Orgaan Genomics (Dutch: National Genomics Initiative)
- New River Organic Growers (North Carolina)
- National Range Officers Institute (various locations)
- Net Railway Operating Income
- Not Really Our Kind
- Nitrided Read Only Memory
- New Reformed Orthodox Order of the Golden Dawn
- No Records Required Online Pharmacy
- Non-Registered On-Reserve Population (Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development; Canada)
- Nadace Rozvoje Obcanske Spolecnosti (Czech: Civil Society Development Foundation; Czech Republic)
- Narrative Reason of Separation
- NASCAR Racing Online Series (game)
- Net Return on Sales
- National Register of Social Housing (UK)
- National Register of Sprayer Operators (UK)
- Navy Remote Ocean Sensor System
Samples in periodicals archive:
Physical examination revealed a normal range of motion at the right ankle joint.
Implant designers and manufacturers constantly are working to make artificial knees as good as the original, with a normal range of motion and a life expectancy of several decades.
Six months after her shoulder pain began, Sygiel recovered 90 percent of her normal range of motion.
The therapy consists of short thrusts to specific areas to release joint restrictions and muscle spasms alleviating pain and allowing a return to normal range of motion of the affected joint.
Once you have normal range of motion and minimal pain (below a five on a scale of one to ten), begin running at half speed in straight lines.
This means that you may fall within the normal range of motion or be tight-jointed or hypermobile.
Spasticity can prevent joints from moving through the normal range of motion and contribute to decreased mobility, increased fatigue, and problems maintaining employment (Kraft, 1981; LaBan et al.