Path Finder - Parkinson&
Path Finder - Parkinson&
Path Finder - Parkinson&
Path Finder - Parkinson&
Path Finder - Parkinson&
Path Finder - Parkinson&
Path Finder - Parkinson&

Path Finder

Regular price £899.99 Sale price £539.99
9 in stock

Many people who live with Parkinson's disease experience difficulties walking. This experience is called freezing of gait (FOG) or freezing. Path Finder is a medical device that alleviates freezing.

This means that while you might freeze or feel stuck sometimes, you have not lost the ability to move. Instead it is simply difficult to start walking. The cue helps the brain initiate your movement and so the green laser line can help you to start to walk again. Path Finder is designed as a safety net, to give you the confidence to move on your own.

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VAT Relief

This product is only for people who have the diagnosis of a chronic disease. If you don't have a chronic disease or if you aren't buying for someone with a chronic disease, you do not fulfill the requirements for the VAT exemption. Therefore you can only order Path Finder with VAT.

How it works.

Visual cues to improve walking

Attach the strap.

Attach the strap to your shoe. The strap wraps around your heel and forefoot, to ensure it stays in place.

Adjust the dial.

Turn the dial to place the laser in front of the opposite foot. Adjust the laser length to suit your stride.

Start walking.

Now you are ready to walk. When you stand still the units will automatically turn off to save battery.

Will Path Finder work for you?

✔ Do you experience shuffling, freezing or movement blockages?

✔ Do you experience Parkinson's related walking problems?

✔ Do you struggle to start walking?

✔ Is walking up the stairs easier than across a blank floor?

✔ If someone places their foot in front of you, does it help you overcome freezing?

If you said yes to any of the above, Path Finder is made for you.

From our customers.


"I find it useful when I get stuck. It helps me get around. Everything flows better."

Melanie Powles

"This is the furthest I have walked in a day for years! I use Path Finder to train my walking."

Matt Eagles