NexStride is the world’s first customizable device to combine visual and auditory cues to help people with Parkinson’s overcome freezing of gait. Put simply, it re-establishes communication pathways between the brain and the body, when a freezing episode occurs. It attaches to canes, walkers, or walking poles in seconds and is fully adjustable to meet your individual needs.
NexStride is fully compliant with all applicable FDA regulations.
Freezing of gait occurs due to a damaged neural pathway that causes a disconnect between the brain and the body.
This disconnect stops you from walking.
Visual and auditory cues are deployed to re-establish the neurological path between brain and body to allow you to resume walking.
Compact, lightweight, discreet, and customizable.
Metronome with adjustable tempo and volume controls.
Fully adjustable green laser beam for visual guidance.
Turn on the cues only when you need or want them.
NexStride is the first multi-cue daily assist mobility device that attaches to any standard cane, walker, or walking pole. Users can activate the audio cue, visual cue, or both, and adjust to preferred speed and distance.
These visual and audio cues help to re-establish the connection between the brain and the body and allow the user to walk smoothly again.
Roger McBride, Care Giver