Visit us at the World Parkinson Congress!

Visit us at the World Parkinson Congress!
Portland, Oregon
September 20 – 23
Booth 812


Come see why Mobility Lab is the most trusted sensor-based gait and balance analysis system on the market, providing comprehensive assessment for Parkinson’s subjects.

Used by hundreds of universities and hospitals worldwide, Mobility Lab provides sensitive, valid, and reliable outcome measures.

Mobility Lab makes it easy to collect, analyze, and store data. Attach APDM’s Opal wearable sensors to your subject, and instruct them to perform a standardized test. A report is then automatically generated to compare against normative values. This process takes less than five minutes.


APDM’s Matthew Johnson and Stephanie Hertzog will be providing demonstrations of the new Mobility Lab, assessed and validated for use in PD.


According to the World Parkinson Coalition, the WPC is where “…more than 4,000 world-renowned neurologists, neuroscientists, and health care professionals meet and mingle with people with Parkinson’s (PwP) and their care partners over four days of high-level discussions and talks on the latest scientific discoveries, medical practices and caregiver programs related to Parkinson’s disease.”


2016, Godinho, et al. A systematic review of the characteristics and validity of monitoring technologies to assess Parkinson’s disease” 

2015, Curtze, et al. Levodopa Is a Double-Edged Sword for Balance and Gait in People With Parkinson’s Disease”

2015, Mancini, et al.“Continuous monitoring of turning in Parkinson’s disease: Rehabilitation potential”

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Poster Board Number: P32.04
Carlson-Kuhta, et al. “Objective Measures of Balance and Gait to Improve Mobility Outcomes for Deep Brain Stimulation”

Poster Board Number: P32.15
Fortaleza, et al. “Dual-task interference on postural sway, postural transitions and gait in people with Parkinson’s disease and Freezing of Gait”

Poster Board Number: P33.25
Smulders, et al. “A rehabilitation program with cognitive challenge for freezing of gait: a pilot study”

Poster Board Number: P37.12
Curtze, et al. “Prescribed Gait Tests versus Continuous Monitoring of Gait in People with Parkinson’s Disease”

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