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Limit the appearance of blockages and
reduce your risk of falling


Freezing is one of the most disabling symptoms in Parkinson's disease,

which results in an inability to initiate movement,

a sensation of "feet glued to the ground" and a sudden cessation of movement.

As the disease progresses, 70% of patients are affected by this symptom.

Freezing increases the risk of falls and can make walking dangerous.

These blockages, which appear several times a day, are unpleasant

and difficult to control. 

They impact the performance of daily activities,

travel and relationships with relatives.

Freezing also increases the risk of falling,

gradually dragging the affected person

towards fragility and dependence.

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Freezing rehabilitation is based on sensory stimulation methods.

Auditory rhythmic stimulation can reduce the appearance of freezing episodes by 75%. 

THEWALK-DTx, implements this technique in a simple and personalized way at home.


Limit the appearance of freezing

Reduce your blocks, reduce your risk of falls and regain control of your movements. 

Find your independence and

your self-confidence.

Get expert support

Do the right exercises

chat with specialists

and make the best choices for your care

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Track your symptoms and progress

Your activity data is at your fingertips to take care of you.
Clear information to better understand and fight against your disease.


A light and smart device

This waist-worn device automatically adjusts stimulation based on your movements to match your needs, when you need it.


Discreet wireless headphones

Stay aware of your surroundings tout by hearing auditory stimulation gdue to bone conduction


The solution to walking difficulties linked to Parkinson's disease

Auditory rhythmic stimulation, implemented by the WALK, is a non-invasive stimulation method used in rehabilitation for more than 20 years.

It consists of using rhythmic signals to guide and pace the walk. The user simply has to follow the proposed rhythm to develop a smoother and more balanced gait.

Limit the impact of freezing

- 75% number of freezing episodes

- 67% average duration of freezing

Ghai, S. & al. , 2018. Effect of rhythmic auditory cueing on parkinsonian gait: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Guarantee a better
quality of life

In 5 areas

resumption ofleisure, outingsoutside

carrying out daily tasks, maintaining autonomy, regaining self-confidence.

Resilient Innovation, 2019. Evaluation of the effects of the WALK device on motor skills, freezing and quality of life in Parkinson's disease patients

Improve motor autonomy

+30% walking speed

+25% stride length

Ghai, S. & al. , 2018. Effect of rhythmic auditory cueing on parkinsonian gait: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Reduce the risk of falls

- 44%

Fall Index (incidence of falls weighted by severity)

after 8 weeks of SRA use

Thaut, & al. 2019. Rhythmic auditory stimulation for reduction of falls in Parkinson's disease: a randomized controlled study

Users testify

Sylvie K, 59 

suffering from Parkinson's disease for 12 years


Sylvie details the negative impact of freezing on her daily life. She tells us about her discovery of the WALK and the gradual resumption of her activity and hobbies.

Jocelyn D,

suffering from Parkinson's disease for 19 years

The blockages no longer allowed him to dance and go out for a walk in the evening. Jocelyn tells us how she was able to reduce the freezing and resume her favorite activities thanks to the WALK.

Lily R, 

suffering from Parkinson's disease for 4 years

Lily suffers from freezing which prevents her from moving properly and leads to falls. She tells us how she can regain control over her movements and regain her autonomy with the WALK.

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