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Rollz Motion Rhythm Matt Black - 2015RM0001

$1,996.00 1935.95
(You save $60.05)

Rollz Motion Rhythm Matt Black - 2015RM0001

$1,996.00 $1,935.95
(You save $60.05)
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Rollz Motion Rhythm Matt Black - 2015RM0001






This rollator is meant for people living with specific neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s. Multiple stimuli are available to help the user take the first step, make subsequent steps, or maintain a walking rhythm.

The stability of the Rollz Motion Rhythm prevents falls that could occur due to balance problems. In addition, the cues overcome freezing or festinating gait patterns. A projected laser line could help to trigger the user to break a freeze. A metronome or the repeating vibration in the handles can further help to set the walking pace”.


Multiple cues to break a freeze




Laser cue of the Parkinson rollator

A green laserline is projected onto the ground to stimulate breaking a freeze and improve the stride’s length and walking speed.


Sound cue of the Parkinson rollator

A metronome signals the preferred step frequency. The acoustic rhythm contributes to regulating the walking speed.


Vibration cue of the Parkinson rollator

Handles vibrate at the rhythm of the pace. A big advantage of this tactile cue is that it is not noticeable to surrounding people.

Regain your rhythm at the push of a button



Easy to set and activate by yourself or with your practitioner

The Rollz Motion Rhythm is developed on the same frame as the Rollz Motion, to which an electronic module has been added to offer visual, audible and tactile stimuli.

The cues of this Parkinson rollator start when one of the buttons on the handles is being pressed. Your practitioner can help choose the cue combination, frequency, duration and intensity to fit your specific situation.

Overcoming freezing of gait



Cues are meant to alert and trigger into an action

Parkinson’s patients can experience sudden, short and temporary episodes of inability to move the feet forward, despite the intention to walk. This could result in the characteristic appearance of the feet making quick stepping movements in place. A trigger or cue can overcome this.

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