Technologies for Remote Rehabilitation Assessment

This free to access database lists commercially available tools and technologies available for patient rehabilitation, and suitable for use outside of a clinical setting e.g., at home or in the community. The technologies focus on the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal conditions, COVID-19 related deconditioning, and acquired brain injuries.

To access the database please enter the username ‘PublicUser’ and password ‘User2021!’ This will enable you to view the data. If you wish to have enhanced access e.g. the ability to add to, or extract the data you will need to apply to become a registered user.

To become a registered user or for any other enquiries please contact the Musculoskeletal Biomechanics Research Facility at Cardiff University School of Engineering by email:

The development of this free to access resource was kindly supported by funding from the Welsh Government Ser Cymru III programme under the project award ‘Clinical acceptance of technology in remote rehabilitation assessment: addressing urgent COVID challenges to drive future technology transfer’. This project was the result of a collaboration between Cardiff University and Cardiff and Vale University Health Board Rehabilitation Engineering Unit. Cardiff University does not guarantee the accuracy of the data contained herein and users should be aware that products and pricing changes over time. Under no circumstances does Cardiff University accept any liabilities for any reliance that any associates, personnel or third parties place on the Information provided herein. Cardiff University does not offer any indemnity for any losses, direct or indirect, incurred as a result of any associates, personnel or third parties using the Information contained herein, or any subsequent actions taken as result of the information provided in the database.