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PhysioBiometrics Attends the World Physiotherapy Congress 2023: Showcasing Innovation and Research

By |June 10th, 2023|News|

We recently attended the World Physiotherapy Congress 2023. It offered an opportunity to meet with experts and colleagues from around the world, exchange and share innovations and ideas and discuss implications across research, education, management, policy, and clinical practice. [...]

Three companies with a strong social impact born at McGill

By |November 16th, 2022|News|

Many companies have been born in the heart of McGill University thanks to philanthropy. Portrait of three of them. PhysioBiometrics: a sensor to support the mobility of seniors The company has developed a device that helps older people continue [...]

Walk-BEST while practicing social/physical distancing

Walk-BEST WorkbookThis book is for anyone who needs to improve one or more aspects of walking: quality, quantity and enjoyment.

The Walk-BEST Workbook includes:

  • Self-assessment plan with pictures and step by step instructions on how to perform the assessment.
  • Set of exercises that match the walking element assessed with pictures.
  • Instructions for how to access an app that you can use on your phone or iPad.

Find out more about the Walk-BEST Workbook.

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Chair-Based Exercise Programme

This video was created by health care professionals at Oxford-Brookes University.  It is especially suited for people with restricted mobility who can’t get out an exercise.  Provided to Physiobiometrics by Dr. Helen Dawes


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