Simultaneous tracking of muscle activity and joint rotation is of significant interest in rehabilitation, but gold-standard methods with optical motion tracking and wireless electromyography recording typically restricts this to the laboratory setting. There has been significant progress using wear-able inertial measurement units (IMUs) for motion tracking, but there are no systems that can easily be deployed to home and provide simultaneous electromyography. We addressed this gap by developing a flexible, wearable, Bluetooth-connected sensor that records both IMU and EMG activity. The sensor runs an efficient quaternion-based complementary filter that estimates the sensor orientation while correcting for estimate drift and constraining magnetometer estimates to only influence heading. The difference in two sensor orientations is used to estimate the joint angle, which can be further improved with joint axis estimation. We demonstrate successful tracking of joint angle and muscle activity in a home environment with just the sensors and a smartphone.