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What makes Laser Canes unique is the beam they display on the ground, providing a target to step over to help overcome freezing episodes. This is very common among Parkinson's disease patients. The laser feature can be turned on and off with the push of a simple button. The weight activated rubber cane tip provides another on/off switch for the laser.

Simply take normal steps as your Laser Cane projects a bright red line across your path. The laser beam is a safe, obstacle-free visual cue, which can enable Parkinson's disease patients and others to break freezing episodes and increase stride length.

Laser Cane for Parkinsons Disease Features:

  • Height Adjustable from 5'0" to 6'1"
  • Weight Activated On/Off Switch
  • Padded handle adds comfort
  • Helps with "freezing" episodes
  • Laser powered by two AA batteries which typically last 6 months
  • Made in the USA!

LaserCane for Parkinsons Disease Specifications:

  • Battery Type: 2 AA (included)
  • Typical Battery Life: 6 months
  • Conditions:
    • Parkinsons
    • Walking difficulties
    • ALS

Warranty: Six (6) month warranty against manuafacturer's defects

Returns: All returns subject to ActiveForever's return policy and a 15% reprocessing fee. Please call Customer Service for a RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) Number. Unauthorized returns will not be accepted.

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Laser Cane for Parkinsons Disease

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The Laser Cane was designed specifically to address the unique needs of those with various neurological conditions, including: Parkinson's disease, ALS, Stroke, PSP, Multiple Sclerosis, Brain Injuries, Balance Disorders, MSA.