These instructional videos provide step-by-step exercises for use in the rehabilitation of burn injury patients. Range of motion exercises and stretches are grouped by body part and therapeutic area.

 

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Physical Therapy

 

Ankle: Range of Motion Exercise

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Hip Flexion: Range of Motion Exercise

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Hip Abduction: Range of Motion Exercise

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Hip Extension: Range of Motion Exercise

 
 

 

 

 

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Knee Extension: Range of Motion Exercise
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Knee Flexion: Range of Motion Exercise
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Neck Extension: Range of Motion Exercise

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Neck Flexion: Range of Motion Exercise

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Cervical Rotation: Range of Motion Exercise

 

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Lateral Neck Flexion: Range of Motion Exercise
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Occupational Therapy

       
 

Grasp: Range of Motion Exercise

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Wrist Flexion: Range of Motion Exercise

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Wrist Extension: Range of Motion Exercise

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Wrist Pronation and Supination: Range of Motion Exercise

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Ulner and Radial Deviation: Range of Motion Exercise

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Elbow Extension: Range of Motion Exercise

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Elbow Flexion: Range of Motion Exercise

 
 

 

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Shoulder Flexion: Range of Motion Exercise

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Shoulder Abduction: Range of Motion Exercise

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Shoulder Horizontal Abduction: Range of Motion Exercise

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Speech and Language Therapy

  Oral Splinting: Passive Stretch
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  Oral Splinting: Active Stretch
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  Facial Massage: Range of Motion Exercise
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Acknowledgements:

 

The contents of these videos were developed under a grant from the National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) grant number H133A120034. However, those contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the NIDRR, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.