Rehabilitation Research Laboratory (2rLab)

Head: Marco Barbero
The Rehabilitation Research Laboratory (2rLab) was established with the aim of reinforcing clinical practice through studies on the efficacy of rehabilitation interventions for the most common neuromuscular system pathologies. The Laboratory also develops instruments and methods for mobility impairment assessment.

Rehabilitation is a complex process pursuing the ultimate aim of improving health and quality of life. Recent clinical studies indicate a growing need for rehabilitation pathways that can ensure maximum physical, social and emotional independence for all patients.

Operating within a network of healthcare structures and national and international research organisations, researchers with clinical and methodological expertise collaborate with the Laboratory to conduct experimental studies and develop clinical measurement procedures. Findings are disseminated by attending scientific conferences and by publishing results in sector-specific magazines.

Full information about the Centre can be found at: (website in Italian)