Path Finder.

Innovative walking aid for parkinson's disease

Visual cues prevent freezing episodes.

Path Finder is a class 1 medical device. It is proven to alleviate freezing and help people with Parkinson's improve their gait. If your patients are experiencing freezing, Path Finder might be the solution for them.

Class 1 medical device

Alleviate freezing of gait.

The green laser lines help activate the motor cortex in the brain. The motor cortex is the pathway that has been affected by Parkinson's disease. 

The cue helps the brain initiate the movement and so the green laser line can help to start walking again.

Stroke rehabilitation.

Gait rehabilitation often has a focus on increasing walking speed and normalising stride length to improve balance. Literature indicates visual cueing can facilitate these objectives, and improves walking speed in stroke rehabilitation by >10%. Following one to two sessions of visual cueing there are improvements in walking symmetry, balance and functional mobility in stroke rehabilitation.

Researches and Partners.

Innovate UK and NHS have conducted research together to find out more about Parkinson's Disease and how to relieve symptoms of Parkinson's.
Research

Parkinson's disease

The Wellington Hospital has provided research into Strokes to work towards finding relief for stroke symptoms.
Research

Stroke

The University of Queensland Australia has provided research on Diabetes and Peripheral Neuropathy to help relieve symptoms.
Research

Diabetes and Peripheral Neuropathy

Northern Arizona University has provided research into relief for Parkinson's symptoms.
Research

Parkinson's disease

Manchester Metropolitan University has provided research towards finding relief for Diabetes and Peripheral Neuropathy symptoms.
Research

Diabetes and Peripheral Neuropathy

A Japanese Neurologist has provided research towards finding relief for Parkinson's disease.
Research

Parkinson's disease

A UK based Paediatric Orthotist has provided research to help create a product to relieve symptoms of Charcot-Marie-Tooth.
Research

Charcot-Marie-Tooth

A UK based Paediatric Orthotist has provided research to help create a product to relieve symptoms of Cerebral Palsy.
Research

Celebral palsy

Bama Technology have provided research to help create products to relieve symptoms of Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury.
Research

Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury