Baseline® measurement

About the Baseline® brand

Baseline® measurement instruments have been used by orthopedists, therapists, FCE administers and professors since the 1980s. Many of you who have received therapy after an injury have probably had your progress tested throughout your rehabilitation with a Baseline® measurement instrument.

The product line includes instruments to measure strength, range-of-motion, sensory perception, body measurements and more. Many Baseline® instruments are manufactured in the USA and carry the CE mark for sale outside the USA.

The Baseline® product category

Below is a listing of some Baseline® products. Select a category link to learn more.


Baseline® products


A goniometer measures range-of-motion (ROM) of various joints.
Bubble® Inclinometer is used to measure range-of-motion (ROM). Standards are codified in the AMA Guide to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, third edition. Place inclinometer near joint to be measured; turn dial until scale reads 0; take joint through its range; read range traveled directly from dial. Some neck and back measurement protocols require the simultaneous use of 2 inclinometers.
AcuAngle® Inclinometer with adjustable feet is used to measure range-of-motion (ROM). Standards are codified in the AMA Guide to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, third edition. Place inclinometer near joint to be measured; turn dial until scale reads 0; take joint through its range; read range traveled directly from dial. Adjustable feet along scale (side-to-side) adapt to body contours. Some neck and back measurement protocols require the simultaneous use of 2 inclinometers.
Digital Inclinometer with fixed feet is used to measure range-of-motion (ROM). Place inclinometer near the joint to be measured; press “zero” button; move joint through its range; press the “hold” button. Read measurements on LCD. Uses 1 x 3v CR2032 battery (included). Some neck and back measurement protocols require the simultaneous use of 2 inclinometers.
Baseline® wrist inclinometer measures range of motion of the wrist along all axes. To use have patient grasp inclinometer handle; turn dial until scale reads 0; set first tab, take joint through range; set second tab, read range traveled directly from dial.