Valencia, Calif-based Bioness announces the introduction of two new clinical innovations, as well as new software to improve patient workflow.

These new offerings are unveiled during the American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) Combined Sections Meeting in Anaheim, Calif, February 17-20, at the company’s booth #1512 on the show floor.

According to a media release from Bioness, the clinical innovations are the StimRouter Neuromodulation System and the Vector Gait and Safety System, and the software update is the Bioness Integrated Therapy System (BITS) Version 2.

The StimRouter Neuromodulation System is a minimally invasive, implantable, surgical device designed to address chronic peripheral nerve pain at the point of origin. It also may help provide pain relief when other treatments, such as medications and injections, have limited effect.

The Vector Gait and Safety System is now available with a 500-pound patient weight capacity. As part of this is the new Outcome Measures Module, which enables clinicians to run, record, and document standardized tests to measure patient outcomes within the Vector software interface. The Module includes the Timed Up and Go (TUG), 10 Meter Walk test, 5 Meter Walk test, 6 Minute Walk test, and 2 Minute Walk test, the release continues.

The Bioness Integrated Therapy System (BITS) Version 2 includes a new BITS Reports module that calculates key performance metrics, as well as an expanded range of multidisciplinary programs.

For more information, visit Bioness.

[Source(s): Bioness, PR Newswire]