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    • #15205
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      Keymaster

      According to a study, the Personal KinetiGraph wearable device (PKG) bjectively and effectively assesses Parkinson’s-related motor fluctuations and dyskinesia. Read more about the PKG here.

      Would you like to try this device?

    • #17052
      Angie
      Participant

      Wow! This is really incredible!

    • #17054
      Jean Mellano
      Participant

      Much better than using a spreadsheet to record symptoms.  Technology can be a beautiful thing.

    • #17090
      Phil Gattis
      Participant

      How do you get one?

    • #17103
      Jean Mellano
      Participant

      phil, have you tried a google search on the name of this device?

    • #17122
      Phil Gattis
      Participant

      Yes.  This is all I found:

      https://www.globalkineticscorporation.com/the-pkg-system/

      But this doesn’t tell me how to get it.  Maybe it’s still only in trials.  I’m new to all of this.

    • #17125
      Jean Mellano
      Participant

      phil, it seems as though you can only get it through your doctor.  try contacting company using contact info at :

      https://www.globalkineticscorporation.com/contact-us/

    • #18167
      Eric John
      Participant

      This AI-supported device is a game-changer, happy to hear that this device can monitor early signs of Parkinson’s disease.

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