The conventional means of evaluating joint motion do not account for the resistance required to move into the position. The direction of force, magnitude of force, length tension of each muscle, and the relationship of the center of mass to the axis will all alter the evaluation process. Our methods of evaluating joint range are based on the combined sciences of physics, kinesiology, and the new data from neurology and physiology regarding muscular contraction. Our strategies for addressing limitations in range are also based on the perspectives gained from using an angled table. For more, browse the information in the links provided below.