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Be resilient through movement


Track your symptoms and progress 

to set goals, adapt your treatment and anticipate problems

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Limit the progress
of your disease

by maintaining daily physicalactivity,

to keep in shape 

and maintain your muscle mass

Get expert support

to perform the right exercises, discuss with specialists

and make the best choices for your car 


Discreet wireless headphones

Stay aware of your surroundings

while hearing auditory stimulation

through bone conduction


A light and smart device

This belt-mounted device automatically adapts to your movements

to offer you in real time

the best stimulation possible

The solution to walking difficulties related 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 yo develop a more fluid and balanced walk.

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

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.

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.

Ensuring a better quality of life

In 5 areas

Resumption of leisure activities, outings

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

according to an internal study of 44 patients at home.

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.

René, 70 years old 

suffered from Parkinson's disease for 10 years

He was experiencing walking difficulties that made it impossible for him to go out alone, to enjoy public places and to walk with ease. He tells us about his evolution with the WALK.

Jean B, 86 years old 

Jean talks about his discovery and the contribution of the WALK in his daily life

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