Another medical technology breakthrough.... always good news.
And this one is a low cost one created by a college student. So glad our education system is producing students like this.
"Freezing of gait" is a condition that 80 percent of severe Parkinson's sufferers experience. Patients report that it feels like their feet are stuck to the floor or stuck in cement.
This gadget attaches to any type of cane or walker and is programmed with visual and audio cues to help the patient get moving again.
It is going to be called NexStride and will become available in December.