Category: iWalk2.0

iWALKFREE is really simple idea. Conventional crutches use your hands and arms to support your weight, while the iWalk medical crutch uses the uninjured parts of your leg to support your weight when you stand or walk.

iWalk2.0 and Knee Walker Reviews

Buy the iWalk2.0 CLICK HERE   For those recovering from foot injuries such as; breaks, sprains, amputations, surgery, or ulcers rely on a Knee Walker with Steering and/or the iWalk2.0 abilities to assist with everyday mobility. We hear this from our customers all the time. Crutches hurt. They’re hard to walk in. Navigating stairs is …

Most Comfortable Crutches: iWalk2.0

Buy the iWalk2.0 CLICK HERE In September 2013, iWALK2.0 changed the game once more and launched the next generation of hands free crutches – the iWALK2.0 (seen at left). The iWALK2.0 was carefully engineered to be easier to learn, more comfortable and efficient at an even lower price. It includes a host of features including …

iWalk2.0 Reviews and Testimonials

Buy the iWalk2.0 CLICK HERE Typical injuries include (but are not limited to) any sprain, strain, fracture, dislocation or surgery to the lower leg, ankle or foot. Common conditions we experience are sprained ankles, fractures of the lower leg, foot or ankle, Achilles tendon injuries and surgeries, foot surgeries such as bunion or foot ulcer …

iWalk2.0: Great Alternatives to Crutches

Buy the iWalk2.0 CLICK HERE STOP SUFFERING from the pain and inconvenience of conventional crutches! The iWALK2.0 lets you continue you daily routine with little to no interruption. Best of all, you can use your hands! Think of all the things you can’t do when using conventional crutches; preparing a meal, walking your dog, carrying …

iWalk2.0 the Handless Crutch

Buy the iWalk2.0 CLICK HERE 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. …