Among the main features of the Rehametrics software platform is the availability of both physical and cognitive rehabilitation exercises. Rehametrics offers clinicians a great variety of exercises -80 fully-configurable exercises- which enable more comprehensive and personalized treatment plans.

No other solution currently includes such a comprehensive offering for clinicians. As a result, Rehametrics is the very flexible which enables its use with a greater variety of patients.

Rehametrics can only be used by qualified healthcare professionals, who can design personalized treatment plans for their patients according to specific clinical objective through physical and cognitive rehabilitation.

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Rehametrics’s Physical Module includes 40 exercises with extensive personalization options which enable clinicians to prescribe therapy for:

  • Unipodal Balance
  • Static Balance
  • Dynamic Balance
  • Weight Transfer
  • Trunk Control
  • Head Control
  • Bimanual Coordination
  • Alternating Coordintion
  • Simultaneous Coordination
  • Homolateral Coordination
  • Heterolateral Coordination
  • Hand-Eye Coordination
  • Static Coordination
  • Gross Motor Movement
  • Adduction/Abduction Movements
  • Endurance
  • Muscular Strength
  • Lateral Displacements
  • Gait Initiation
  • Gait Automation
  • Internal Shoulder Rotation
  • Hip and Shoulder Range of Motion
  • Hip Dissociation
  • Hip and Shoulder Flexo-Extension
Static Balance
Unipodal Balance
Trunk Control


Rehametrics’s Cognitive Module includes more than 40 exercises that allow clinicians to design personalized treatment plans for:

  • Sustained Attention
  • Divided Attention
  • Selective Attention
  • Distance Estimation
  • Inhibition
  • Spatial Neglect
  • Visual Working Memory
  • Verbal Working Memory
  • Semantic Memory
  • Short-Term Memory
  • Praxias
  • Visual Perception
  • 2D Spatial Cognition
  • Comprehension
  • Categorization
  • Sequencing
  • Calculation
  • Problem Solving
  • Cognitive Flexibility
  • Expression
  • Reading
  • Processing Speed
Visual Working Memory
Selective Attention


Active Ageing

Exercises for the prevention of the physical and cognitive impairments related to aging.

Neuro-Degenerative Disorders

Alzheimer's or Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, ALS, ataxia and other neuromuscular diseases.

Acquired Brain Injuries

Numerous conditions like Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI), stroke, anoxias, brain tumours, etc.

Spinal Cord Injuries

Different types of lesions with different effects and impairments.

Musculo-Skeletal Injuries

Rehabilitation after knee or hip replacement surgeries, shoulder injuries, etc.

Chronic Health Conditions

For those conditions that could benefit from physical or cognitive therapy: COPD, cancer rehabilitation, etc.


Rehametrics’s flexibility allows clinicians to implement different types of sessions, depending on the needs and capabilities of each patient.

With External Aids

Patients can use external aids -like walkers, walking sticks or crutches- to complete Rehametrics sessions.


Patients can work independently -or with therapist supervision- those exercises previously prescribed by their clinicians.

With Physical Assistance

Clinicians or caregivers can physically assist patients when completing those exercises prescribed by their therapists.

On a Wheelchair

For those patients that cannot complete prescribed rehabilitation sessions while standing.