Active Range of Motion (AROM) - Refers to the range of motion through which an individual can actively move a joint using his or her muscles.

Adduction - The process of moving an extremity (or joint) toward the middle of the body.

Body Mass Index (BMI) - A measurement tool developed to compare a person's weight to the person's height. Results of this measurement are used as preliminary diagnostic tool for obesity.

Core Training - Training programs consisting of exercises that address the muscles of the spine, the abdominal region, and hips.

Dynamic Flexibility - Refers to the range of motion demonstrated by a client when performing any active motion.

Flexibility - Refers to the ability to demonstrate movement about a joint or a series of joints and the associated soft tissues; a person's ability to move through the available range of motion.

Isometric - Muslces contracting against an equal resistance, resulting in no movement.

ITB - Iliotibial Band

Postrehab - Refers to patients who have completed formal clinical rehabilitation but have not completely returned to their preinjured or optimal status.

Range of Motion (ROM) - The degree of motion available at a joint.

Static - No movement; holding a given position

Trigger Points - Tight and painful points within a muscle, common among people who suffer from back or shoulder pain.