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The biomechanical frame of reference deals with a person's problems related to their capacity for movement in daily occupations. The biomechanical frame of reference can be used to shape assessment, intervention and evaluation strategies, in order to help individuals re-engage in their occupations.Sep 9, 2016
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General Deficit / Present problem: Loss of joint range of motion
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This frame of reference is based on the way the brain receives sensory input from the environment and organizes it so that the body can respond with action. As ...

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