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Welcome to PhysioBiometrics!!


Pushing Boundaries

“Using Practical Solutions to Harness the Power of the Brain to Move Better, Faster, Longer, Stronger”

World Class Research

At PhysioBiometrics, our mission is to create a healthier world by harnessing the power of biometrics and advanced technology. Our products are backed by a legacy of rigorous scientific inquiry, ensuring we deliver the highest quality, precision, and effectiveness standards. Join us on a journey of discovery and transformation as we lead the way in revolutionizing healthcare through innovation and research.

  • Academic Collaboration and Research: We foster strong ties with our affiliated university and other research institutions.

  • International focus: Our team members come from across the globe.

  • Patient-Centric Approach: We put the needs and well-being of patients at the heart of everything we do.

These core principles will help establish PhysioBiometrics as a trusted leader in healthcare technology, known for its commitment to scientific excellence, patient-centred solutions, and ongoing research collaboration.

The heart of Physiobiometrics

To help people MOVE the BEST they can so they can walk MORE.

To be the leading company providing practical solutions to people with movement vulnerabilities.

Making therapeutic movement technologies accessible to people who need them and those who treat them.




Latest News
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Beeping shoes help people with Parkinson’s disease walk further

By |February 4th, 2024|Uncategorized|

A sensor that clips onto shoes and alerts wearers when they walk with a strong stride improved stability among people with Parkinson's in a small trial Shoes that beep when someone walks with a strong stride improve stability in [...]

Innovation in Motion: Celebrating Dr. Kedar Mate’s Achievement with the AGE-WELL ACCESS Award

By |December 25th, 2023|News|

The fusion of technology and biometrics is reaching new heights, largely due to visionaries like Dr. Helen Dawes of the University of Exeter and the collaborative efforts of professionals like Dr. Kedar Mate, a recent recipient of the prestigious [...]

An innovative structure to help older people stay healthy and active

By |November 17th, 2023|News|

Developing healthy activities for older adults and people with mobility challenges is the focus of research for Nancy Mayo and her team SOURCE: McGill SPOT and RI-MUHC For the last ten years, Nancy Mayo, PhD, has been conducting research [...]

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.

We Would Like to Hear from You!

Send us your feedback by taking this Walk-BEST survey.

Chair-Based Exercise Programme

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

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