NexStride combines the most effective visual and audio signals in one compact device.
Attaching to your favorite cane, walker, or walking poles, NexStride helps reduce the duration and frequency of freezing episodes.
Compact, lightweight, discreet, and customizable.
Metronome with adjustable tempo and volume controls.
Turn on the cues only when you want them.
Fully adjustable green laser beam for visual guidance.
NexStride works by using sensory cues to re-establish the connection between the brain and the body and allow the user to walk smoothly again.
If you or a loved one living with Parkinson's Disease is experiencing Freezing of gait (also known as Parkinsonian gait, or Parkinson's Disease walk), then NexStride could help. Freezing of gait is the inability to take the next step. It feels like your feet are glued to the floor; you experience trembling or shuffling of feet. As Parkinson's is a neurodegenerative disease, the communication between your brain and foot muscles are deteriorating causing you to feel stuck in place.NexStride is a mobility device that uses audio and visual cues to re-establish the connection between the brain and foot muscles and reduce the duration of Freezing of gait episodes.
Keep moving freely with the help of NexStride's visual and auditory cues.
Maintain an active lifestyle without fear of freezing. NexStride puts you in control.
Know you can overcome freezing with the press of a button.
Using cues has been shown to decrease falls and keep you stable.
Reduce the length of your freezing episodes and gain back control.
Lower your frequency of freezing episodes, and lower your risk of falls.
Order NexStride and return it within 30 days for a full refund if you are not satisfied.
NexStride incorporates visual and audio cues that have been shown to benefit those who experience Freezing of Gait.
reduced duration of freezing episodes1
reduced frequency of freezing episodes1
reduced frequency of falls2
1 Velik, R.; Hoffmann, U.; Zabaleta, H.; Masso, J.F.M.; Keller, T. The effect of visual cues on the number and duration of freezing episodes in Parkinson’s patients
2 Donovan S, Lim C, Diaz N, Browner N, Rose P, Sudarsky LR, Tarsy D, Fahn S, Simon DK. Laserlight cues for gait freezing in Parkinson's disease: an open-label study. Parkinsonism Relat Disord. 2011 May;17(4):240-5.