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Walk better and more often,
to reduce the progression of symptoms.


Parkinson's disease is a neurodegenerative disease associated with

progressive destruction of dopamine-producing neurons.


Over time, new symptoms appear and

walking becomes more and more difficult.

The appearance and development of these symptoms have a strong impact on autonomy, the performance of daily activities and leisure activities, and increase the risk of falls.

It is therefore necessary to act as soon as possible to reduce these consequences.

Physical activity is the best way to fight against the progression of symptoms.

It has been scientifically proven that regular physical activity

reduced the progression of motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease.

It is therefore necessary to practice regular physical activity.


The WALK DTx device helps to maintain this activity and regain better autonomy.


Limit the progress
of your illness

Maintain daily physical activity.

Walk better and more often to stay in shape and maintain your muscle mass.

Track your symptoms
and your progress

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

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Benefit from a
expert support

Share your data with doctors to improve your care and benefit from care adapted to your needs.


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 progression of Parkinson's symptoms


of patients improve their walking autonomy

and their self-confidence

Tsukita, K., & al. 2022. Long-term Effect of Regular Physical Activity and Exercise Habits in Patients With Early Parkinson Disease.
Chromiec, PA, & al 2021. The Proper Diet and Regular Physical Activity Slow Down the Development of Parkinson's Disease. 

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.

Develop a more fluid and rhythmic walk

+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
and their severity

- 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

Xavier, 59 

suffering from Parkinson's disease for 3 years


He tells us through this testimony how he was able to improve his walking pace and his posture thanks to the WALK.

Jean-Claude, 70 years old 

suffered from Parkinson's disease for 10 years

He was having walking problems which no longer allowed him to do activities, he fell and could not speak when walking. Jean-Claude tells us how he was able to reduce the number of falls and resume his favorite activities thanks to the WALK.

John, 86 

6 years of Parkinson's disease


Jean talks about the impact of Parkinson's on his walking and his autonomy and testifies to the contribution of the WALK in his daily life. "I feel liberated", he feels more comfortable moving around and less dependent.

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