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


Folding monofilament is an inexpensive monofilament that can be used to detect changes in neurological status. Used for screening peripheral nerve impairment.
The Baseline® tactile monofilament evaluator is used to measure cutaneous sensory perception threshold. Each monofilament represents a unique amount of force and has a fitted protective case enables safe storage and transport.
Evaluate cutaneous sensitivity and touch threshold. Measures up to 14 centimeter discrimination.
Discrim-A-Gon® 2-point discrimination set includes two discrimination octagons (wheels). Each octagon measures a different range of 8 labeled, fixed 2-point intervals ranging from 1 mm to 25 mm. The easy-to-use, lightweight plastic wheel is the perfect sensory evaluation tool to test static and dynamic 1 and 2-point discrimination.
2-point discrimination wheel tests static and moving two-point discrimination of fingers, toes or sensory flaps. Unit consists of two sturdy, rotating, plastic disks that are joined together. Rounded tips are spaced at standard testing intervals. Ideal for testing following nerve repair, grafts and innervated tissue transfer for desensitization, or to determine the level of impairment. Unit includes instructions and a protective carrying case.