- The Universal Inclinometer replaces the goniometer for quick and easy measurements.
- The inclinometer is fluid dampened to permit fast, accurate readings without waiting for oscillations to damp out.
- The inclinometer is easily adjusted to zero at the initial position so the final reading is the range of motion.
- A short base is provided for measuring curved surfaces like the spine.
- A long base works well for placement on long flat surfaces such as the arm (when measuring elbow range of motion) or the leg (when measuring knee range of motion).
- The long arm is also easy to grasp for measurements such as wrist rotation and shoulder rotation.
- When measuring the extremities one inclinometer is sufficient but measuring the spine the two inclinometer method (dual inclinometry) is preferred.