Ryan R. Fairall

Ryan R. Fairall
Ryan R. Fairall, PhD, CSCS, ACSM-EP, NASM-CPT, CES, PES, is the University Department Chair of Keiser University’s Exercise Science Department and the Program Director of the Health & Human Performance and Exercise Science degree programs at Keiser University - Jacksonville Campus. Ryan has been in the field of health and fitness and academics for over 20 years. He utilizes his knowledge and experience to educate current and future health and fitness professionals so they may improve the health and wellbeing of others through preventing and reversing chronic lifestyle-related diseases, as well as preventing injury and improving performance both on and off the playing field or court. Keiser University is a career university with multiple campuses located throughout the state of Florida and is an Academic Partner of the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). To learn more about Keiser University’s Health & Human Performance and/or Exercise Science degree programs, please visit: https://www.nasm.org/academic/schools/keiser-university

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A GUIDE TO MEASURING JOINT RANGE OF MOTION: PART 3

Ryan R. Fairall
Ryan R. Fairall
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In the first two parts of this three-part series, the benefits of measuring joint range of motion (ROM) and techniques used for measuring ROM of the lower extremities and the lumbopelvic-hip complex (LPHC) using a smartphone application were discussed.
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A Guide to Measuring Joint Range of Motion: Part 2

Ryan R. Fairall
Ryan R. Fairall
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Within the first part of this three-part series, the benefits of using joint range of motion (ROM) testing to confirm the findings of both the static and dynamic postural assessments, as well as mobility assessments, were discussed.
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A Guide to Measuring Joint Range of Motion: Part 1

Ryan R. Fairall
Ryan R. Fairall
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Health and fitness assessments have become increasingly more detailed over the years. These assessments assist fitness professionals (like corrective exercise professionals) in gathering as much valuable subjective (e.g., PAR-Q+ and Lifestyle and Health ...
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