Bioness Integrated Therapy System

BITS is a software-based therapy platform designed to challenge, assess and track, vision, cognitive, motor and balance deficiencies. BITS was developed with feedback from therapists and can be customized for patients of all functional and mobility levels across the continuum of care.

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Cognition

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Motor

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Balance

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BITS Benefits

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Tracks patient progress, making it easy to document outcomes

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Digitizes many standard therapeutic assessments

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Offers an array of assessment and therapy programs

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Can be configured for patients in different therapy environments

All-in-One Therapy System

BITS is a multidisciplinary tool that keeps patients engaged across the continuum of care. With BITS, therapists can maximize:

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Patient Engagement

Motivate patients to progress with engaging therapy exercises.
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Clinical Utility

Provide more training options with over 60 multidisciplinary programs.
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Clinical Efficiency

Accomplish more with each session and demonstrate outcomes over time.

Rehab’s #1 Multidisciplinary Therapy Solution Just Got EVEN Better.

Introducing BITS Balance which features a range of enhancements that allow you to challenge, assess and track patient balance.

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The Power of BITS within Arm’s Reach

Supine, Sitting to Standing – BITS has you covered. Take advantage of BITS Mobile and BITS 55” Configurations for your facility.

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Bringing Balance to Life

Elevate Balance training for your patients

Balance training can help reduce risk of injury and promote fall prevention.¹ Realize the benefits of dual-task training on balance performance. Combine vision, cognitive, motor and balance tasks with NEW BITS Balance. Challenge and assess patient’s overall balance, stability and strength with over 40 new programs and versatile balance tracking.

BITS Versatile Balance Tracking

Track patient’s movements during balance exercises using a body worn motion sensor or balance platform that detects posterior, anterior and lateral movements. Personalize and configure balance training sessions for patients at every level of mobility throughout their rehabilitation.

BITS 3.0 Clinical Focus

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Visual Scanning

Visual motor coordination, scanning reaction time & peripheral awareness
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Visual Pursuit

Visual tracking, motor skill planning & cognitive skills
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Cognitive

Working memory, visual/auditory processing, divided attention impulsivity & timing
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Visual Motor

Visual spatial perception, motor coordination & attention
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Charts

Visual search, attention & visual auditory processing
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Static Balance

Challenge posture and orientation during cognitive & visuomotor activity
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Dynamic Balance

Combine cognitive processing & balance control
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Vestibular Training

Gaze stabilization with excercises that involve eye & head movements
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Optokinetic Stimulation

Incorporate visual distortion to challenge eye movements

Therapy Options for Broad Patient Use

  1. Utilize for pre-gait activities such as standing tolerance and balance while engaging the patient in upper extremity, cognitive, or visuo-motor tasks
  2. Promote upper extremity therapy activities such as reaching and crossing mid-line
  3. Cognitive training and memory processing post TBI/ABI
  4. Hand-object-eye coordination activities – hitting targets with thrown ball or extended dowel
  1. Challenge range of motion by reaching outside of base of support with dynamic balance activities
  2. Push limits of stability during seated or standing balance therapy exercises
  3. Assess balance control and postural stability post stroke
  4. Engage patients in dual tasking by combining cognitive, motor or vision tasks with balance control
  5. Incorporate optokinetic stimulation to serve as visual distortion and engage the vestibular system
  6. Use quadrant loading for individuals with visual field deficits or unilateral neglect

Adapting the Power of BITS to Your Needs

Recovery starts at the bedside and continues in the clinic and the rehab gym. At every stage of the recovery process, BITS encourages patients to be challenged and motivated.

55” Display Mobile
Standing Activities
Pre-Gait Activities
Over-the-Bed Positioning
Hospital Room
Visual Field Training
Upper Extremity ROM and Reaching
Small Spaces
Portability
Balance Training

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¹ Davis, J., Donaldson, M., Ashe, M., & Khan, K. (2004). The role of balance and agility training in fall reduction: A comprehensive review [Abstract]. Eura Medicophys, 40(3), 211-221. Retrieved August 20, 2020.

Indications for Use: The Bioness Integrated Therapy System (BITS) is intended to challenge and assess the visual, auditory, cognitive, motor, and balance abilities of individuals, including those with deficits resulting from traumatic injuries and movement disorders as well as competitive athletes (e.g. abilities include Visuomotor Coordination, Reaction Time, Visuospatial Perception, Visual & Auditory Processing, Working Memory, Physical & Cognitive Endurance, Balance Control, Postural Stability).

The Bioness Integrated Therapy System software programs utilize moving and rotating graphics that may cause dizziness, vertigo, or nausea in sensitive patients –use should be discontinued if experienced.

Full prescribing information can be found in product labeling or at: www.bionessrehab.com/bits/safety-information/.

Instructions for Use / Patient Guides and Reference Cards can be made available upon request.
Contact [email protected] 
or 800-211-9136 to request an electronic copy.