Physical Rehabilitation

Rehametrics has more than 80 physical exercises based on virtual reality designed to recover the maximum level of functionality for each patient.

Main conditions treated

Exercises that adapt to the needs of each patient.

Musculoskeletal Injuries​
Spinal Cord Injuries
Neurodegenerative Disorders
Acquired Brain Injuries
Active Ageing

Main pathologies treated

Exercises adapted to the needs of each patient.

Main benefits

Rehametrics stores, measures and quantifies data on patient evolution. Moreover,
it enables clinicians to manage the recovery process in detail by generating
advanced clinical reports.

Rehabilitation Across Care Settings

Rehametrics is designed to rehabilitate patients in hospitals, clinics, care homes, outpatient centres or at home.

Personalized Treatment Plans

All exercises have multiple personalization options that enable clinicians to adapt the personalized treatment plan to the capabilities and clinical goals of each patient.

Uses videogame techniques

The exercises have been designed to increase patient motivation during the recovery process. Rehabilitation sessions with Rehametrics reduce dropout rates and improve outcomes.

Quantification and Analysis of Patient Evolution

Rehametrics quantifies the rehabilitation sessions completed by patients and provides detailed information on patient performance during the recovery process. Our solution collects session data and provides meaningful clinical data in a clear and detailed manner.

Main benefits

Physical rehabilitation exercises

Virtual reality-based rehabilitation exercises that capture and analyze patient movement in real-time and quantify sessions, improving rehabilitation outcomes.

Difficulty levels
Customization options
Trunk control
Monopodal balance
Lower limb resistance

Clinical Objectives

The system analyzes clinical parameters such as the base of support, the position of the center of gravity at rest, the displacements, the joint range of the shoulders, elbows, hips and knees, and even the height and width of the step and other kinematic parameters.

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