Range of motion measurement has traditionally been performed using plastic goniometers, inclinometers and multiple other devices that require both hands for use and are difficult to read. This has led, in many cases, to Physiotherapists making “eyeball” assessments rather than accurately quantifying a patient’s range of motion. The lack of quantification has led to Physiotherapy being viewed as less scientific in some countries. When we developed EasyAngle, it was with the goal of making it the stethoscope of Physiotherapists! In just two simple clicks you can take accurate reliable measurements. As a Digital Goniometer, it allows you to measure flexion, extension and rotation. As a digital inclinometer it allows you to measure cervical, thoracic and lumbar flexion, extension, rotation and side bending. You can also measure the cobb angle on a scoliosis. EasyAngle has an inertial measurement which also allows you to measure all three orthogonal planes of the scapula, even the transverse plane.