Range of Motion - Initial Training Quiz

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1. Range of motion is the normal movement that a joint should be able to perform.(Required)
1. Range of motion is the normal movement that a joint should be able to perform.
2. A bone is connected to another bone by one or more hinges.(Required)
2. A bone is connected to another bone by one or more hinges.
3. Cartilage is a smooth substance that covers the ends of bones and helps reduce friction between them.(Required)
3. Cartilage is a smooth substance that covers the ends of bones and helps reduce friction between them.
4. The hip is one example of a ball & socket joint.(Required)
4. The hip is one example of a ball & socket joint.
5. The shoulder is the joint in the body that's most likely to be injured.(Required)
5. The shoulder is the joint in the body that's most likely to be injured.
6. Regular exercise helps slow the effects that aging has on muscles and joints.(Required)
6. Regular exercise helps slow the effects that aging has on muscles and joints.
7. When muscles and joints aren't used enough, a painful contracture might develop.(Required)
7. It's okay to erase errors in a client's chart.
8. When people are able to perform their own range of motion exercises without assistance, it's known as active range of motion.(Required)
8. When people are able to perform their own range of motion exercises without assistance, it's known as active range of motion.
9. Abduction is when a body part is moved away from the body.(Required)
9. Abduction is when a body part is moved away from the body.
10. Range of motion exercises should never be done past the point of pain.(Required)
10. Range of motion exercises should never be done past the point of pain.
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