Cognitive Function While Moving
Orthopedic, Neuro, Speech and Vestibular Rehab
Falls, Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia
Onset of Parkinson’s, MCI, Dementia
Activities of daily Living (ADL), Return-to-Play
“SMARTfit is the only technology that can scale cognitive demand while concurrently executing a wide variety of physical movements and skills.
Progressive increments in cognitive demand while concurrently scaling physical demands ensures leveling and prevents overwhelm or boredom.
This allows the concept of demand and supply to produce optimum results for neuroplasticity. This applies to new learning, recovery and preventions.” Mike Studer, PT, world renowned expert in dual tasking.
Delivers Pre-designed Cognitive-motor Programming in Any and All Therapeutic Disciplines Including PT, OT and Speech Therapy Applications.
“Rehabilitating the body during movement is one thing, but with SMARTfit we can integrate cognitive, motor and functional movements to stimulate neuroplasticity. SMARTfit has created interactive games that bring together cognitive dual-tasking with functional balance and movement.” Jane Mead, PT. DPT, MS.
“SMARTfit is a smart choice! I really enjoy this tool and use it every day with almost all of my patients. My patients love it and some refuse to leave without working out on it. It is a great tool as it advances otherwise basic care plans and makes it more engaging and motivating for patients. I use it for patients from all age groups. My Youngest patient is 7 and my oldest is 70.
It is so versatile and maximizes my ability to treat in the short time. I use my I-Pad to choose programming and I can change things up as I go. I keep it fun, light, and exciting and it gives the patient insight on how they are doing from one day to the next.
The dual task cost tests and retests are a great way to track objectively how a patent is progressing and how they improve over time. They are a great time saver to print out data that can support the benefits of the treatment and assist in effective and clear documentation.” Elizabeth McQueary, OT,