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iWalkFree Hands Free Crutch

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Hands-free mobility crutch substitute. Those suffering lower leg, foot and ankle injuries can resume their normal daily routines during rehabilitation.CDL82000

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  • Easy, tool free assembly
  • Adjustment accommodates users from 4' 6" - 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

FDA and CE certified, iWALKFREE will give your patient the freedom of movement that can’t be matched by crutches or knee scooters.


So can I use iWALKFREE ?


For most people suffering lower leg, foot and ankle injuries, the answer is YES! iWALKFREE 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 iWALKFREE.


What sort of injuries is the iWALKFREE best suited for?

If you have a lower leg, ankle or foot injury that is required to be non-weight bearing during recovery, then, in most instances, iWALKFREE will work for you.

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 correction. iWALKFREE is also useful as a gateway device during prosthetic limb transition periods or as a shower / swim prosthetic for users of permanent prosthetic limbs. In short, if you’ve sustained an injury to your lower calf, ankle or foot, and you need to be non-weight bearing, then iWALKFREE can be used instead of conventional crutches.

Sorry, but iWALKFREE isn’t for everyone

iWalkWe wish that we could help everyone avoid the pain and inconvenience of using crutches, but we can’t. While the iWALKFREE can and does bring new mobility and functionality to the lives of countless people, it does have its limitations.

You are a good candidate for the iWALKFREE if:

You are in generally good health and prior to your injury you were not challenged by normal ambulatory activities such as walking, climbing stairs, etc.

 Your injury is to one leg (or foot or ankle) only.

Your injury is to the lower leg, ankle or foot and requires you to be non-weight bearing during your rehabilitation

You are between 5’0” (152CM) and 6’6” (198cm). The iWALKFREE is fully adjustable for a wide range of heights and leg sizes. If you fall outside of this range, iWALKFREE might still work for you, but contact us for an individual assessment first.

You weigh 275 pounds (125 kg) or less and your maximum leg circumference is 27 inches (69 cm) or less (measurement taken as high as possible on the thigh).

If you’re wearing a cast, it doesn’t extend beyond half way up your calf.

A good quick test to see if the iWALKFREE might be suitable is to place the shin of the injured leg (with your leg bent 90 degrees) on a padded bench or chair. If you can carry weight in this manner for a few minutes and the shin and knee remain comfortable, this is a good indication that iWALKFREE will work for you.

There are exceptions to the guidelines provided above, so if you fall outside of those listed here, don’t be discouraged – just give us a call so we can discuss your specific circumstances.

 iWalkiWALKFREE may not be suited for:

People that have poor health, diminished strength or have walking or balance challenges.

Those that are significantly overweight are not ideal candidates and might be better served with other mobility devices.

Those that are unwilling to spend one to three days to become completely proficient in using the iWALKFREE. (We’ve seen cases where users get used to iWALKFREE in 10 minutes, but everyone is different).

People with injuries to the knee, upper leg or upper half of the lower leg.

Work, play or other daily activities
remain possible with iWALKFREE
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Finally, a functional alternative to crutches


We hear this from our customers all the time. Crutches hurt. They’re hard to walk in. Navigating stairs is dangerous. Underarms get bruised and rubbed raw. Arms and shoulders fatigue. But most of all, crutches fall short because they don’t allow you to use your hands.
iWALKFREE is a hands free crutch substitute. It’s a first of its kind mobility device that frees you from the limitations of conventional crutches. Just as our name implies, iWALKFREE allows you walk with your hands free, allowing you to live a normal and active life that would be impossible with conventional crutches.

iWalkWork, play or other daily activities

Here’s the scenario. You’ve experienced a lower leg injury and you find yourself depending on conventional crutches to get around. Now imagine this…taking a cup of coffee from the Starbucks counter to your table or car. Feeding the dog. Pushing a shopping cart through the market. Guess what? You can’t. Think about it. Your hands and arms are assigned the unenviable task of supporting your weight (on crutches). You may as well have tied them behind your back -- they’re pretty much unavailable for anything else. Without outside help, you’re now incapable of even simple day-to-day activities.

That is, unless you're using iWALKFREE, in which case your hands and arms are free, your mobility is enhanced, and your day to day activities and independence are restored.

“After being stuck on crutches, I call the iWALKFREE my Freedom Machine! Thank you for an amazing product!"
B.H. – Los Angeles, CA

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