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In essence you kneel on the lower leg platform which bears most of your weight. Through an odd trick of anatomy, you can comfortably kneel on your shin for extended periods without experiencing discomfort or fatigue. The three straps cinch around your leg to stabilize you during standing and walking. Your hands and arms are not involved. So why, again, would you want to use conventional crutches?

For most people suffering lower leg, foot and ankle injuries, the answer is YES! iWALK2.0 is a great way to improve your qualify of life during your rehabilitation. That said, since every physique and every injury is unique, we recommend that you always consult with your health care professional before using the iWALK2.0.

iWalk2.0 Features:Handless Crutch

  • Easy, tool free assembly
  • Adjustment accommodates users from 4' 10" - 6' 6"
  • Can be put on and taken off in seconds, and fits both left or right legs
  • Weight capacity 300 lb

Typically used for (but not limited to):

  • sprained foot or ankle
  • foot or ankle fractures
  • Achilles tendon rupture
  • any lower extremity trauma
  • amputation or diabetic foot ulcer
  • permanent prosthetic gateway
  • swim and shower device

Think of all the things you can’t do when using conventional crutches; preparing a meal, walking your dog, carrying a cup of coffee, pushing a shopping cart. Well, you no longer need to have your life interrupted -­‐ the iWALK2.0 sets you free to resume your day to day routine and enjoy pain free, functional mobility.

Stop sitting on the sidelines of your own life because a lower leg injury is impeding your mobility. The iWALK2.0 allows you continue your daily routine with little to no interruption, all while safely letting your lower leg injury heal.

The iWALK2.0 is a crutch alternative for non-­‐weight bearing lower leg injuries that frees the user from the limitations of conventional crutches. No more pain, nerve damage, or using your arms to support your weight, because the iWALK2.0 enables the user to walk normally without using your upper body to provide support.

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