Awards and Recognition for NexStride

Since creating the NexStride, we have been recognized for our work to restore mobility, relieve anxiety, and help people living with Parkinson’s retain their independence.


BIOMEDevice Startup Pitch Competition

First place

Centrol Cost Angel Con

Central Coast Angel Conference

First place and $100,000 in funding

TCU Values and Ventures

TCU's Values and Ventures Competition

Elevator Pitch First Place
Marjorie and James Sly Innovation Award

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Mustang News
Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson's
Cal Poly College of Engineering
Quality of Life

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NexStride is the first multi-cue daily assist device that uses visual and auditory cues to help overcome freezing of gait.

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