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- Cues can break the freezing of gait of Parkinson’s patients
There is extensive scientific proof that the use of cues helps Parkinson’s patients to break freezing. Read more on how cues can address different senses here.
- Active lifestyle has beneficial mobility effects on Parkinson’s patients
Physical activity is beneficial for both the mental and physical health of human beings. Read more on how these health benefits are also observed in Parkinson’s patients who engage in exercise.
- Proof of concept Rollz Motion Rhythm
To prove the effectiveness of the Parkinson’s module on freezing, the gait pattern on someone living with Parkinson’s disease was measured and compared to walking with and without cues.
- Application of cues via Rollz Motion Rhythm
During the development process of the Rollz Motion Rhythm, it was researched which cue would be most beneficial for Parkinson’s patients. The purpose of this study was to determine whether the functions of the Rollz Motion Rhythm could contribute to an improved user experience and walking pattern for people with Parkinson’s.