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NexStride is a small, easy-to-use device that attaches to any walker, cane, or walking poles. It uses light and sound signals by means of a laser line and metronome to re-establish an effective connection between your brain and body. With these evidence-based signals at your fingertips, you will be able to walk better, reduce risk for falls, and regain your independence.

Product Information


Audible Metronome

NexStride’s metronome emits an audible signal, engaging a different pathway in your brain to enable you to move forward.

Visual Laser Line

In addition to audible external signaling, NexStride uses visual external signaling by way of a laser signal that shows you where to step, giving your brain a target to focus on and a new way to engage with the body (this can also help correct stride issues).

Attachable to Any Cane, Walker, or Trekking Poles

NexStride was designed to be easily attached to almost any assistive walking device. Attach it to your cane, walker, or trekking poles, and watch yourself move…(It may seem miraculous, but it’s all science!)

What’s In the Box

  1. NexStride unit with rechargeable battery installed
  2. Hand controller
  3. Attachment bands
  4. USB wall adapter for charging
  5. Retractable USB cable
  6. User guide

How It Works

Step 1

Attach the Device to Your Cane, Walker, or Poles

Step 2

Position the Laser Signal and Adjust the Rate of the Audio Signal

Step 3

Step to the Beat of the Audio Signal and Over the Laser Signal

Who This Device Is For

  • Anyone with mobility challenges experiencing things like shuffling, freezing, and falling
  • People with Parkinson’s who experience walking and moving challenges
  • People in recovery from a Stroke
  • People with cerebral palsy facing mobility challenges
  • People with Multiple sclerosis (MS) facing mobility challenges

Financial Assistance

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We partnered with Shop Pay to offer flexible payment plans. Select Shop Pay at checkout and follow the prompts to find a payment plan suitable for your needs.

Free for Veterans

If you see a physician or physical therapist at the VA, or are registered for health benefits through the VA, you can request a NexStride through your doctor or physical therapist.Note: Every VA clinic has it’s own approval process. Although we are an approved vendor for the VA nationally, your local VA clinic could not approve the order. Please reach out to us if we can help: (805) 779-3558

Frequently Asked Questions

How does it work?

NexStride allows your brain and your body to reconnect — to successfully transmit movement commands to the body, and translate those commands into action.Using specific visual and audio cues, NexStride allows the brain to switch from automatic commands to intention-based, or goal-oriented, commands.It’s long been known that cueing like this lets the brain form intentions, and that these intention commands use alternate, functioning neural pathways to send movement messages down to your body.The instant those messages reach their target, your body’s nervous system responds with the expected movement.

Will Nexstride help my specific situation?

Chat with a specialist using the chat feature of our website to learn if Nexstride is right for you.

What kind of support do you provide?

We offer phone and email support as well a step-by-step user guide, free educational webinars and online resources. Every purchase includes a a 30-day money back guarantee and a 1 year warranty.

Can I use this device in my physical therapy sessions?

Each provider is different. Talk to your physical therapist to understand how NexStride can compliment your current care plan.


Technical Specifications

  • Main unit dimensions: 4.2” x 2” x 1.5”
  • Main unit weight: 6oz
  • Battery life: 6.5 hours of continuous use at maximum volume, with laser enabled
  • Attachment bands support cane, walking frame, and walking pole dimensions of 0.79”-2.5”

See the Difference

Overcoming Parkinson’s Freezing of Gait

Bob has struggled with Freezing of Gait for many years, as a result of Parkinson’s. Watch, as he tries out his brand new NexStride for the first time.

Returning to Once Abandoned Activities

When John started experiencing severe freezing issues, he had to give up activities he loved, such as hiking and fly fishing. Discover how NexStride alleviates his fears, empowering him to reclaim his favorite pastimes and enjoy them without limitations.