iWALK2.0 er blevet brugt primært i USA, men også mange andre steder i verden siden 2013. Det er nu 3. generation, og derfor en forbedret udgave, der er meget mere stabil og komfortabel end den første.
Jeg købte min iWALK2.0 i Juli 2014, efter jeg brækkede min ankel på en trampolin, og jeg synes den var så fantastisk en forbedring i forhold til almindelige krykker, at jeg startede denne side for at udbrede kendskabet til produktet i Danmark, og sælge den til andre.
Kort tid før jeg købte min iWALK2.0 brækkede Harrison Ford sit ben under optagelserne af den nye Star Wars film i London, og jeg så et billede af ham med sin iWALK2.0
Generelt er jeg ikke en der går op i hvilke produkter kendte vælger, men nu er dette jo et produkt uden sidestykke, så spørgsmålene for mig dengang var, “Er det pengene værd at prøve, eller er det bare at smide penge væk? Hvis det virkeligt var så genialt som dem der sælger den siger, hvorfor har jeg så ikke set andre gå med?”
Da Harrison Ford valgte at anskaffe sig en iWALK2.0 mente jeg også at jeg kunne, for med hans personlige ressourcer og en kæmpe filmproduktion i ryggen, var det sandsynligvis det bedste produkt på markedet. Jeg har aldrig fortrudt.
“No other device provides the combination of stability and mobility that is needed in the operating room setting.”
“I needed surgery to repair a lacerated tendon in my big toe. It required that I be non-weight bearing for 3 to 4 weeks. Standard crutches or a knee walker wouldn’t give me the mobility I needed to continue performing surgeries. Crutches resulted in decreased mobility, no use of my hands, and a sore chest. A knee scooter didn’t give me the stability to operate effectively. Fortunately, I had been introduced to iWALK2.0 a few months earlier. I knew this would be the perfect device for me!
“And what a terrific device! I was back in the operating room performing knee and foot surgeries one week post-operation. Because of the iWALK2.0 I didn’t have to alter my surgery schedule. I couldn’t have conducted these important surgeries with any other device on the market. Crutches simply limit mobility; a knee walker doesn’t allow for the combination of stability and mobility needed in an operating room. The iWALK2.0 is wonderful! I love this device!”
Dr. Thomas Florack, MD, FAAOS, Orthopedic Care and Sports Medicine Read more
“As an orthopedic surgeon, I knew crutches wouldn’t cut it so I ordered the iWALK.”
“I had microfracture of my talus for osteochondral defects and was non-weightbearing. As an orthopedic surgeon, I knew crutches wouldn’t cut it so I ordered the iWALK. The iWALK was a great tool to get me back to operating and the clinic. I was also able to spend time with my family, exercise and participate in day to day “life” activities. We even kept our scheduled trip to Orlando. Thank you iWALK”.
Dr. William Whiteside, MD
Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Surgeon
Tidelands Health Orthopedics
“I was able to comfortably work 12 hour shifts during the COVID pandemic”
I recently had surgery on my Achilles’ tendon. During the pre-op visit, my orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Sara Galli suggested the iWALK2.0 for my post-operative recovery to increase my mobility and facilitate my return to work. Getting the iWALK was the best decision. The fact that it was hands free and stable allowed me to return to my position as an emergency nurse practitioner during the COVID pandemic. My presence was critically necessary at that time and the iWALK allowed me to be there for my patients and colleagues.
This product is a great asset to non-weight bearing conditions. It allows for ambulation on multiple terrains, is hands free and is extremely stable. I was able to comfortably work 12 hour shifts utilizing your product. I am convinced I would not have been able to maintain that level of activity with any other mobility product.
Carolyn Storck, NP-C
“The iWALK Got Me Treating My Patients”
As a practicing dentist, the iWALK was the best alternative to crutches and got me back on my feet treating my patients. I was able to more independent and perform all my daily tasks. Thank you to everyone at iWALK for making the best crutch alternative.
Dr. David Moribito DDS
“This is a product that I will definitely be recommending to my patients!”
“I am an Internal Medicine Hospitalist physician and found myself very limited in my ability to see my patients after I suffered a calcaneus fracture. iWALK2.0 has literally been a lifesaver! This is a tool that has been invaluable to me both professionally and in my personal life.”
Dr. Ryan Logan, MD Read more
“If the patient is happy, then I’m happy……and the patient is happy!”
“my patient actually introduced me to the iWALK and, by the way, I’m doing this video just because my patient loves this device. He came walking into the office, I’d never seen it before, and the look on the guy’s face, just watching him walking by all the other patients in wheelchairs, crutches, everything, with this iWALK on, was amazing. And if the patient happy then I’m happy, and let me just tell you – the patient is happy. I just have to say, this is the best device ever.”
Dr John Lyon MD, Orthopedic Surgeon
“Crutches are hated by everyone — with good reason. The iWALK2.0 is a massive improvement over conventional crutches!”
“When I first learned about the iWALK crutch I was skeptical. I try to be open minded, but my profession dictates that I exercise caution. When I tried the device for the first time, my eyes were opened immediately. None of my initial concerns were valid – iWALK2.0 is comfortable, stable and very easy to learn. I couldn’t believe how stable I felt after about 5 steps, and I remember thinking, ‘Man, this is great!’
“Crutches are hated by everyone! They hurt, they’re inconvenient and they deprive the user of a normal lifestyle because their hands and arms are unavailable for routine tasks of everyday living. The iWALK crutch eliminates the pain and brings back the use of your hands and arms, so the user can get back to their normal routine.
“The iWALK crutch is simple, inexpensive, and a massive improvement over conventional crutches. For any of my patients that suffer a lower leg injury, I recommend the iWALK instead of crutches or scooters.”
Dr. Jim Sears MD Read more
“I’m Back in the Operating Room- Hands Free!”
“I’m five weeks post-op with a tibial plateau fracture. Today I’m doing a rotator cuff repair, total joint replacement and a clavicle fracture. I’m back in the operating room, hands free!”
Dr. Paul Rush, MD Orthopedic Surgeon – North Carolina Orthopedic
“This product exudes excellence. I want other surgeons to know about it!”
“I’m a 58-year-old orthopedic surgeon. I recently sustained a plafond fracture which required surgery. I got your device today, and after a very few minutes I love it! This device is going to enable me to operate again three weeks sooner that would have been the case without it.
“Thank you to the inventor. I love engineering excellence and this product exudes excellence. I want other surgeons to know about it!”
Dr. William “Clark” Jernigan, MD Orthopedic Surgeon
“iWALK2.0 is a great device!”
“I’m an orthopedic trauma surgeon from Gainsville, Georgia – The iWALK is a great device. I’ve actually had a patient go out and find It on his own. He loves it and threw away his knee scooter – wished that he had had iWALK from the outset. I’m trying to get it to the point where more and more of our patients have access to it. “
Fernando Serna, MD
Northeast Georgia Medical Center
Five Star Review: “Awesome!”
“I broke my right 5th metatarsal and calcaneus. Needed to use crutches for 6 weeks. I have a very busy lifestyle as a MD. Crutches and a knee scooter were just just not going to allow me to do my job with office work and surgery. I discovered the iWALK 2.0 after a internet search for something without crutches and was very skeptical at first. I ordered it. Came in 2 days with Prime. Watched the assembly videos and instructional video and they were right. I was walking without crutches for the very first time in minutes. I went to work next day and saw 35 patients in and out of the exam room with ease. I Was operating and performing surgery the next day after that. I couldn’t do this on crutches. I went and saw my Orthopedic doctor he was amazed with the iWALK and will recommend for his patients. This product has truly been a life saver. I wouldn’t be able to do my job without it. Highly recommend it over crutches. I would recommend to the company expand your marketing. Not many medical providers ( ortho) are aware of this but thank you iWALK !”
Dr. Lance Murphy, MD
“I highly recommend it!”
“I took the bus today and walked half a mile to the bus stop and to the office from the bus! It’s great to have my hands available to carry stuff! I went to San Diego and did the whole trip with my iWALK2.0 through airports and hotels. Many people stopped me for comment and some even took pictures. I felt like a celebrity!”
Dr. JD Fitz MD FACP
Use crutches. Then use the iWALKFREE. Our customers did, and here’s what they have to say:
“I want other surgeons to know about it”
Dr. William “Clark” Jernigan is a board certified Orthopaedic Surgeon from Greenville, SC. with 29 years of experience.
“I’m a 58 year old orthopedic surgeon. I recently sustained a plafond fracture which required surgery. I got your device today and after a very few minutes I love it! This device is going to enable me to operate again three weeks sooner than would have been the case without it.
Thank you to the inventor. I love engineering excellence and this product exudes excellence. I want other surgeons to know about it. If you want a testimonial I’ll be glad to give you one.”
Thanks, Clark…you just did!
Clark Jernigan, MD
Thank you iWALKFree!
Thank you for your wonderful invention! Two rounds with my iWALK2.0 after a foot injury and foot surgery. My hands free crutch saved my independence, my fitness and my sanity!!! Thank you iWALKFree!
“With normal crutches, I had no hope”
I just bought an iWALK2.0 and I am thrilled! I truly believe this crutch can improve the lives of many people!
I am 32 years old and have been on crutches for over five years. In 2008 I tore my Achillis tendon while I was playing soccer. I had an operation that day. In the beginning everything went fine but then my lower leg got purple, cold and burned like fire. They sent me back to hospital and tried different things but nothing worked. After 1.5 years of suffering and many doctor visits I was diagnosed with Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) Type 2. The doctors said that there is almost no chance that it will get any better.
I discovered the iWALK 2.0 through the biggest German newspaper (Bild). A friend of my mother saw a picture on which Harrison Ford was wearing the iWALK2.0. It had been almost six years since I had been able to walk. I started using it immediately and it worked very well. Since then I’m using the iWALK 2.0 every day.
When I used normal crutches I had pain in my leg, both wrists and back, however, when I use the iWALK2.0 I have no pain or discomfort.
My quality of life increased a lot. I can take on more tasks of our housework. I even got married in May and we are thinking about having children. The iWALK 2.0 gives me hope that I will be able to bring the kids to bed or to hold them when they’re crying.
With the normal crutches I had no hope that I could do any of these things. So I’m very glad that you invented the iWALK 2.0 and made my normal life possible. It’s given me back so much quality in life – thank you!
“iWALK2.0 On the Job”
I am a self-employed Mason. Upon realizing I would be non- weight bearing for up to 12 weeks, I knew I had to do something to keep me sane and complete my workload. My surgeon warned me about returning to work too soon and using my left leg and ankle. I found the iWALK2.0 and gave it a try. Boy, do I get the looks out on the job site!
In talking with other tradesmen, I have found that many of them have experienced the same situation and the iWALK2.0 can help so many of them continue to work.
Tracy, Owatonna, MN
“I had high expectations, and I can honestly say that the iWALK2.0 delivered on all of them.”
I was on crutches for four days after my Achilles surgery. Crutches are brutal. You have
no hands. Stairs are downright dangerous – do it wrong and you’re going down. For anything else, well, you just can’t do anything. Before crutches, I had use of two hands and two legs. On crutches, I had us of one foot. That means I’d lost 75% of my limbs, and it was brutal. Everything was difficult – so I resorted to hopping around on one foot just to get by.
As an athlete, I hate being inactive, so I immediately looked for a solution. I did some research and found a video of a guy with a ruptured Achilles (like me) playing badminton on an iWALK crutch. I ordered mine immediately.
After seeing the video, I had high expectations, and I can honestly say that the iWALK2.0 delivered on all of them. On my first day, I went back to the gym on the iWALK2.0 and resumed my Muay Thai training. I was back in action immediately thanks to the iWALK2.0.
The iWALK2.0 was like having a new leg. It’s worth every penny. You can’t compare it to normal crutches – you just can’t. You can’t live your life the same way using crutches. With iWALK2.0 you can. You don’t even think about your injury at all.
Note – the video of Vic training was taken on his first day using the iWALK2.0. Even we are impressed!
“The iWALK2.0 truly saved me from a deep depression!”
In July, I broke my fibula while hiking with my dogs. When the doctor said “surgery and no weight bearing for 6-8 weeks”—-well, I was despondent. My husband works full-time and couldn’t really stay home to take care of me, bring me food, do laundry, etc. We live on a remote ranch and our dogs and horses are used to lots of interaction and exercise, mostly from me. The thought of weeks on the couch was extremely depressing. I was also scared about overwhelming my already hard-working husband; he was facing having to take over all of my daily duties, which are numerous. I knew crutches wouldn’t provide real freedom, and a knee scooter wouldn’t work on our terrain or allow me to use my hands. We were so excited to find the iWALK2.0! I was a little nervous at first but immediately realized that I didn’t need to be. It was easy to learn, allowed me to do my regular activities and chores, and gave me a feeling of self-sufficiency. That is a big deal when you are injured. Little things like carrying a plate or a dog bowl, or helping make dinner become hugely important. The iWALK2.0 truly saved me from a deep depression. If I hadn’t had the ability to move around and use my hands, I would have really suffered. The immobility would’ve been worse than breaking my leg. The iWALK2.0 is an amazing tool and I highly recommend it.
Leslie, New Mexico
“This is a great product! Ditch the crutches and get an iWALK”
As you know, it gets crazy around the holiday season. It’s even crazier when you’re a single dad of three kids and you just had reconstructive ankle surgery! Imagine seven weeks in a cast right through Thanksgiving and Christmas! Fortunately, I don’t have to stand-by on the sidelines and spectate because I’m trapped by crutches. With my iWalk2.0 I’m in the middle of the festivities serving Thanksgiving turkey, picking-up my kids and even keeping up with my work. The iWalk2.0 is truly a revolutionary product. There is no way I would use nor recommend anything else for non-weight-bearing recovery for a lower leg problem.
Every one who sees me comments about what a great device it is. I’m doing a little bragging of my own, too. A woman with a cast on her foot was trying to get around on crutches in a crowded room. I walked up to her (on my iWalk) and told her she needed to ditch the crutches and get an iWalk. The look on her face was amazement and then jealousy! I gave her the iWalkfree.com website and I’m certain that she now has one of her own. A single-mom friend of mine who has four kids (including a two-year-old) has had three foot surgeries over the last two years. She has at least one more to go. She’s dealt with crutches after every surgery. Not anymore! She saw my iWalk and swore she would never use the crutches again.
This is a GREAT product!
Scott, Orange, California
“I have freedom of movement that simply doesn’t exist with any other device”
4 years ago I had revision surgery for a Lapidus Bunionectomy in my right foot. The first time I had surgery was in March and I used traditional crutches and a knee scooter. I live on the 4th floor of a townhouse so steps and stairs were awful!
With my iWALK2.0 I was able to get out of my car, cross my street, go up the 4 flights of stairs to my bedroom and began my recovery with ease. I am soooo happy to have this device this time around (I’m supposed to be non-weight bearing for 8 weeks). I have freedom of movement that simply doesn’t exist with any other device. Thank you iWALK for making life bearable.
“I can play outside with the kids and I have play 18 holes of golf on my iWALK2.0”
I have been using the iWALK2.0 for a month now and love it! It is too bad that I have another two months to go before I can put weight on my foot but at least it will be easier with the iWALK!
I saw a gentleman using the iWALK at the doctor’s office and I thought “he has a peg leg, that’s crazy!” We went into an exam room; the doc came in and asked how I liked the crutches. I told him that they are a pain, here I was and I could not carry anything, could not open doors (easily) and my armpits and wrists were very sore from using the traditional crutches. That’s when my doctor told me about the iWALK2.0 and that I should go online and get it. For work I need to walk around various terrain and the crutches hindered my mobility. The scooter, while fast on flat hard surfaces, looked heavy and would be very awkward to get in and out of my truck and would not work around job sites when I needed to go see them. The other downfall to the scooter is it “rents” for $150.00 for six weeks. I need something for three months and that would be around $300 bucks! With the iWALK2.0 I could own it forever for only $149!!!
I purchased my iWALK2.0 and had it overnighted, I wanted it ASAP! I received the package in the mail and it took just 5 minutes to assemble. I was free of regular crutches! The adjustment or fitting process was simple. It took a few tries to get it adjusted to feel like it was your leg, but once it is dialed in there is no need to adjust anything but the straps when wearing different clothes.
I have used my iWALK2.0 for various projects around the house i.e. mowing, edging, taking the garbage cans out, I even helped a neighbor install a water heater (we had to carry the old one out and the new one in!). I can play outside with the kids and I have played 18 holes of golf on the iWALK2.0.
Justin, Bountiful, Utah
“Withouth the iWALK2.0 my holidays would have been miserable. Don’t even bother with crutches. Save yourself and buy an iWALK2.0!”
The weekend after Thanksgiving, I broke a bone in my foot as a result of a fall at home. A few days later, I found out that I needed surgery to insert two pins and put the bone fragments back together. I was taking it all in stride until my surgeon told me that I would be non-weight bearing for 6-8 weeks after the surgery. After three days of crutching around, I was sore and frustrated from not being able to carry anything except what I could hold in my mouth. The next 6-8 weeks were going to be terrible. My surgeon suggested I get a knee scooter which looked like it would help, but still would not allow me to hold objects or negotiate steps in any reasonable way. While searching for scooters on Amazon, I saw the iWALK2.0. After viewing a few videos online, I knew this was the solution that I was looking for. Two days later, I had the iWALK2.0. It took me about 10 minutes to set the sizes and figure out the straps. From there I was walking hands free. Wthin a few hours I had the hand of the device and was back to my life. I could hold my children, go out with my wife, take out the trash and actually enjoy the Christmas holidays. I was even able to help my wife put up the Christmas lights. Without the iWALK2.0 my holidays would have been miserable. Don’t even bother with crutches. Save yourself and buy and iWALK2.0!
Andrew, Fort Lauerdale, Florida
“I can’t imagine going through the seven weeks in a cast without my iWALK2.0!”
After breaking my ankle I couldn’t function living alone on crutches. I also had a difficult time keeping the leg up and not putting weight on it because I was still healing from a herniated disk and did not have the leg strength to do so. Trying to hold it up increased the pain in my back from putting the stress on the disk.
Frustrated, I did an Internet search for any alternative to the useless crutches and found this iWalkfree. Having this has allowed me to live my life as normal both at home and at work. It was so easy to walk with it, I had no problem walking on the first try. I have no problem getting in and out of the car, it goes on and off so easy. I can now use my hands, carry things up and down my stairs and I can now do almost everything I used to do at work. It has also reduced my back pain and stress on the herniated disk.
“It gave me my life back and it can give you your life back too! The iWALK2.0 is a requirement.”
The iWALK2.0 has been the perfect investment for me on my road to recovery after an ankle fusion surgery to correct an increasingly painful arthritic joint. A non-weight bearing recovery process is very difficult on conventional crutches.
It only took three days of being on crutches for the pain in my arms and wrists to be extremely uncomfortable. I was definitely not looking to the next five and a half weeks on crutches. A friend of my wife shared a success story with me about someone she knew who had the same surgery and was using a crutch device that strapped to the leg. After hearing the story I jumped on Google and did a search. That is when I stumbled upon iwalk-free.com. I started watching the videos and before they even finished I bought one.
Three days later I received my iWALK2.0 hands free crutch and had it put together in under 15 minutes. I remembered all the videos I had watched before ordering and followed the instructions on how to get started walking. I have not looked back since.
Being non-weight bearing on my right leg and having use of both of my hands has been fantastic. I can pick up my children (1 year old and 3 year old), try doing that on crutches! I can get up and down three flights of stairs a couple times a day simply by iWalking, try doing that on crutches without putting your life at risk. The iWALK2.0 allowed me to get right back to work. I can now handle meetings with clients with two free hands instead of holding on to crutches for dear life.
In the 1st 10 days of my recovery, my wife has done a majority of the work load around the house. Once I had the iWALK2.0 strapped on I was back to cooking dinner and washing dishes. I even took the Christmas tree down and returned it to the basement by myself. I even returned the furniture to its proper location in our living room.
As you can see, there are all kinds of issues with standard crutches. With conventional crutches comes poor posture, pressure in my underarms which is extremely uncomfortable, and the injured leg is not elevated and placed on the ground when I’m supposed to be non-weight bearing. Now imagine turning around with a dish in your hands with crutches- not easy!
If you would like to minimize the added stress to those around you who are helping you during your recovery then the iWALK2.0 is a requirement. It gave me my life back and it can give you your life back too!
Thank you iWALKFree!
“I highly recommend it and I very much appreciate having full use of both of my hands.”
I took the bus today and walked half a mile to the busstop and to to office from the bus! It’s great to have my hands available to carry stuff! Went to San Diego and did the whole trip with my iWALK through airports and hotels. Many people stopped me for comment and some even took pictures! I felt like a celebrity.
-Dr. JD Fitz
“It will bring you a freedom you didn’t know existed, without any pain or hassle”
The iWalk has changed my life inside my home! I am 62 and as active as I can be with one foot. I lost my left foot in a motorcycle accident 20 years ago. Since then, I have been fitted with and used several prostheses. The prosthesis is great for getting around town like a two-footed person; however, wearing it is tiring and can also be painful if I wear it for too long. So when I am at home, I am either on my knees or on crutches. Recently I was told by a specialist that I have to stay off my knees or I will suffer infection in them. But the crutches are so inconvenient because I can’t carry anything when I use them. Then my fiancée found the iWalk on line and immediately purchased it for me. I was so excited that I couldn’t wait to get it! When it finally arrived and I put it on, I felt such a sense of relief and freedom: I can now walk around the house and property and carry things! This is so huge as I couldn’t even carry a cup of coffee when on my crutches, and my fiancée had to follow me all around the house and bring the things to me that I couldn’t carry. Now I have real autonomy inside the house and don’t have to ask for help. And our African Grey parrot, Zsa Zsa, loves my iWalk as she is a bit afraid of the crutches. Now I can walk around with her on my shoulder, and we’re both having a blast! I would absolutely recommend the iWalk for anyone who is amputated below the knee. It will bring you a freedom you didn’t know existed, without any pain or hassle. I am so grateful for the iWalk and wish it had been around 20 years ago!
-Ray, Yelm Washington
“As a physician, I’ve never seen a device that does so much for the patient.”
“My husband recently suffered a lower leg injury and was facing a long non-weight bearing recovery using crutches and knee scooter. Life without the iWALK 2.0 was miserable; we were all in a really bad place. I wanted to cry every day. Then we found the iWALK 2.0 and everything changed. A lot of medical conditions lead to depression, I see this in my practice all the time, and we were gearing up towards this, then he put on his iWALK 2.0 and he was back to his old self, enjoying himself, contributing to the family and back to work. He’s able to do pretty much everything except run. It’s helped my life tremendously – I had to do everything, feed him, feed the kids, tend to his needs as he was physically incapable of doing it himself. It was miserable. I was looking at 12 weeks of this and thinking “I’m not going to survive this”. Day one on the iWALK 2.0 he was up doing normal things, helping me cook dinner, going upstairs, putting the kids to bed, things he used to do before. Now, he’s really happy, I’m happy, and everybody in our family is happy. You can hardly tell he’s hurt. It’s wonderful for the family. My husband is pretty athletic, so I wanted to try it myself to see how well it worked. It worked fine – I only had it on a couple of minutes and I went around the room, went up and down a few steps, walked on carpet, tile and concrete. It was easy. I’m most excited about the mood change I saw in him. The boys named him “grumpy” (and they were right). He went from looking like he was in prison with his wheelchair and crutches, to right back to being his old happy and content self with the iWALK 2.0. He’s back on the playing field with the kids. And we’re going camping this weekend – we’re going to stay in a tent! That would be impossible with crutches or a knee scooter. As a physician, I’ve never seen a device that does so much for the patient.”
Dr. Gretchen Lorenz, MD Piqua, Ohio
“I will never be able to describe in words how much the iWALK 2.0 has done for me and my family.”
Before the iWALK 2.0
“On Labor day 2013 I ruptured my Achilles Tendon. Two days later, Ihad a major surgical repair of my tendon. I was given 12 weeks non-weight bearing for my left leg. For the first 2.5 weeks I used crutches and a wheelchair to get around. Before my injury I was a very active person. I worked out 3-4 times a week, ran in a few Warrior Dashes, coached soccer, not to mention all of the daily household activities. Then I ruptured my Achilles and all of my activities came to a complete stop. I could get around on crutches and the wheelchair but that is it – I couldn’t do anything with my hands. It didn’t take long for the depression to start sinking in. My wife and two young boys could tell I was not the happy and energetic husband/father that I once was. I became more and more tired and irritable each day, but then I heard about the iWALK 2.0.”
While Using the iWALK 2.0
“The night I heard of the iWALK 2.0 I got online and Googled the contraption. When I found out it was only $149.00, it was a no-brainer to give it a try. A couple days later I was assembling the iWALK 2.0 and getting it to fit me just right. Within about 20 minutes I was taking my first steps in nearly 3 weeks. The freedom to walk hands-free and do so many simple things that I used to take for granted is something to cherish. My family could see the difference in my mental state starting that very first day. I was so happy to be able to walk and do things for myself and for my family. I was able to cook dinner that night, help with the cleanup, help get my kids ready for bed and then tuck them in for the first time since the injury. I am back to working out 3-4 times a week, coaching soccer and doing all my daily household activities. The Warrior Dashes will have to wait, but I can do almost anything I want except run. My recovery time will be dramatically less because of the mental and physical help the iWALK 2.0 has provided. I will never be able to describe in words how much the iWALK 2.0 has done for my family and I. It gave me back a life that had been taken away from me. I have been able to go to an NFL game and maneuver the stadium with ease, and I even took my family on a camping trip and set up camp, tent, chairs, food and fire. I can once again go outside and throw the ball with my boys, play laser tag with them and go on an evening walk with my wife, kids and dog as a whole family. The iWALK 2.0 turned a temporarily life changing injury into just a couple months of wearing a really cool looking peg leg. People ask me about it everywhere I go and I never get tired of explaining it to them how great the device works for me. The iWALK 2.0 won’t change your life, it lets you keep the one you always had! Thank you for developing this product.”
Piqua Family Practice Manager
“A knee scooter was not an option”
My daughter, Elise, is a college sophomore. She lives on the second floor of a dorm without an elevator. She campus is very hilly. So when she had ankle surgery we decided that a knee scooter was not an option and traditional crutches were not practical. When we saw a video of the iWALK we knew we had to give it a try.
She loved it. It was so much better than traditional crutches
Elise and Pamela
“The iWALK2.0 is just incredible… I love mine!”
I had a calcaneal osteotomy and tendon resection ten days ago and I am so grateful that I’d ordered an iWalk 2.0 prior. I’m non-weightbearing for six weeks and spending that long on crutches would have killed me. I live in a three story house and for the life of me I can’t manage going upstairs on crutches, I end up crawling up. With the iWalk2.0 I can go up and down stairs easily, carry anything I need to cook, do the washing and do my food shopping. I went for a walk in the park today, something that would not have been fun using crutches. The setup was easy using the instructions, adjustment was a breeze and learning to use it was a lot less scary and much quicker than I could imagine. I was up to pro level within minutes. It only took a couple of days of use to really dial in the exact settings for the straps and it is so easy to put on and off. I can even climb our incredibly steep driveway, slowly but I can do it. This would not be possible with crutches or a knee scooter and no one would want to push me up it in a wheelchair! The iWalk 2.0 is just incredible. I introduced the hospital physio to it so I’m hoping more people will find out about it in New Zealand. I love mine!
Nicola- 72- New Zealand
“The iWALK2.0 is amazing and I am so thankful for it”
The iWALK2.0 is amazing and I am so thankful for it. Before using it I came downstairs only once a day and then back up at night. I couldn’t do anything. My poor mother would come over every day and spend the entire day taking care of my kids, cooking, doing laundry, all the things I couldn’t do. My first day on the iWALK2.0 I was back to doing all these things. All the burden was taken off my mom and I was up and down the stairs several times per day constantly doing laundry and taking care of daily chores! I could cook, do dishes, go shopping and even walk the dog! You cannot do any of this with crutches and I was thrilled to stuff them back in the closet where they remain untouched!
I was surprised at how easy it was to put it on and walk immediately. I figured there would be a huge learning period, but there was none! I always felt stable and comfortable and never once worried about falling, as opposed to my crutches where I fell several times or that stupid knee scooter, on which I also fell twice. Thank God for the iWALK2.0 – it gave me back my life!
I work as a stagehand, it is a highly physical job. I had an accident one night and broke my foot. I ended up in a cast and on crutches. It didn’t take long to figure out that I not only lost my foot, but both hands as well. I have a good deal of upper body strength but the crutches took a toll on my arms, chest and hands. Just making a cup of coffee and getting it to the table was an ordeal. Cooking was impossible and takeout food became the norm. I found the iWalk 2.0 while researching other unsatisfying options. I watched a few videos, read a few testimonials and ordered one in less than an hour of discovering it. Do you see all the awards it has won?
I am very short, 4’8″, and I knew I would have to adapt the iWalk to fit my stature. Customer Service was a big help. All I used was a hacksaw a drill and a pair of needle nose pliers. The iWalk is a dream. I can walk around, I don’t need help carrying things, and I can finally clean out my car! All the things that were too frustrating to attempt are now much easier to accomplish. I was walking right away and it just gets easier. Don’t waste a single day on those archaic crutches. Read the testimonials and watch the videos. How can you resist the option of freedom and independence?
It works so great! Thank you, thank you! This rocks!
Sincerely, and with both hands,
“Only with the iWALK 2.0 can I continue to do the things that are important to me.”
“After ordering the iWALK2.0, I could not wait for it to be delivered. I had never been on crutches before, and didn’t realize what a great drag they were on life. In addition, with our split-level house, I had three sets of stairs to climb, and I was unwilling to climb and descend them on crutches. Going up and down those stairs on my left knee and two hands got pretty old, pretty fast. (I had ruptured the Achilles tendon in my left leg.) I found it relatively easy to assemble using the instructions in the box alone, even though I was aware of a video on the website. I quickly discovered that it is important to have the thigh strap as high as possible, to increase the firmness of the support. Once I did that, tightened up the three straps, and adjusted the platform height according to the instructions, I was on my way. I was a little shaky at first…this was a completely new balancing experience. I used my two walking sticks to balance myself, and that gave me the selfconfidence I needed to adapt to this new method of mobility. After a few minutes, I didn’t need the sticks anymore in the house. I found the stairs relatively easy to climb, once I got the rhythm going. I found it easier to descend going backwards…the protrusion of my cast meant that I would have to rotate my body quite a bit. ..much easier just to go backwards. We live on a rural property, which is anything but flat. I found that I could easily go up or down slight grades without the use of walking sticks, but when walking along the side of a hill, especially one that was sloping away from my good foot, I needed the use of the walking sticks to help keep me erect. Yesterday I used my leaf blower to clean up the deck and patio area. I little slower than before, but got the job done. Some things I enjoy doing are cooking, working in my workshop, and target shooting on my property. No way to do those things on crutches … only with the iWALK2.0 can I continue to do the things that are important to me. When I am out, many people ask about the iWALK. I had no idea that so many people had spend some time on crutches … they can immediately see the benefits, and wish that it was available when they were on crutches.”
John, age 72
“After the iWALK2.0 I just went about my life”
I was on one crutch for one day, and it wasn’t helping. My Dr. told me that since it’s soft tissue so the fastest way to let it heal is by staying off of it. He estimated it would take about a week to heal. Seeing as it was the holidays, I knew that wasn’t possible. I remembered seeing a friend using an iWALK2.0, teaching exercise classes and doing everything so I contacted her and got the 411.
I got an iWALK the next day and used it for only two days and that’s all it took! Because I was able to run around and do all my holiday chores and events without putting weight on my foot, I healed in only two days – much faster than the week that my doctor expected.
On the day I was on crutches, I severely curtailed my activities because they hurt, and I couldn’t get enough weight off my foot, and it was just too much of a hassle to move around. After the iWALk2.0 I just went about my life. I did laundry, emptied the dishwasher, went up and down the stairs, got my own glass of water, basically my day to day, which I couldn’t do before the iWALK crutch.
I can’t believe it. Three days ago I couldn’t even walk – it hurt so bad. After a day on crutches, it wasn’t any better. Now, two days later, after being on the iWALK2.0, I’m totally healed, and can walk perfectly. My doctor is amazed.
“I was back to work just 3 days after my injury… that is incredible!”
As a foot and ankle surgeon I knew what I would be up against after I got injured. I knew it would be hard to get back to the business of seeing patients and with crutches, even worse, get back to the business of performing my surgeries if I couldn’t have my hands free. It only took a moment to realize what I would need to do to keep me active and in business and not compromise my recovery process. The next morning after my injury I saw two options that I knew of that still would not resolve my issues. One was regular crutches and the other was the knee scooter. I thought the knee scooter could help but it still wouldn’t keep my hands free to perform my regular activities and surgeries. I then remembered that I saw this device, the iWALK, at one of my seminars, so I decided to do some research on the internet and call iWALK. I didn’t realize it was so early in the morning on the west coast when I called, since I am on the east coast, so I left a message on the machine. Surprisingly, I received a called back within 5-10 minutes and iWALK was able to answer all of my questions.
I was so anxious to try the iWALK and get it to work for me mainly so I could stay hands free. The truth is I was a sceptic and maybe a little scared at first. Was it really going to be as easy to use? But I pushed myself to be committed to get myself very familiar with the product and I was surprised and impressed at how quick and easy it was to learn. I was back to work and effective at my practice just 3 days after the injury. I was expecting to be out 4-6 weeks; that is incredible!
The iWALK2.0 is a great device that gave me back my functionality even in a scenario that requires that I be sterile, steady, and confident moving around the operating room.
Dr. Andres M. Perez
“You can’t hold a pulling dog on a leash with crutches”
“Thank you iWALK-Free for giving me back my life! Byron, my 4 year old Brittany, is a bundle of energy and is used to going for his daily walk. That all ended with crutches, and I don’t know who was more miserable – me or him. With the iWALK2.0 I took my dog for a 35 min walk and then a 25 min walk, did a bunch of errands and housework. The coolest part – I can cook and even deliver my plate to the table. Previously I had to have someone deliver it or I just stand and eat.”
Julie, Huntington Beach, CA
“I was able to cook Thanksgiving dinner, put up my Christmas decorations, and ride up and down the escalators at Macy’s while carrying my shopping bags last weekend, thanks to the iWALK2.0!”
“I’m 55 years old and fairly athletic for my age. I purchased the original iWALKFree after foot reconstruction surgery. I was able to go up and down the stairs in my home, as well as complete other activities of daily living requiring the use of both hands and arms during the 4-6 weeks of non-weight bearing on my right foot.I purchased the all new iWALK2.0 when I had the same surgery, this time on my left foot. I took it out of the box, put it together and started walking on it right away. I find the iWALK2.0 to be much lighter and the straps easier to operate. There’s also a handle at the top of the crutch that doubles as a cane if needed. I find I have more confidence with the iWALK2.0, in terms of getting in and out of it, so I am much more confident donning it in public. During what might have been a dull holiday weekend spent confined to my upstairs bedroom, I was able to cook Thanksgiving dinner, put up my Christmas decorations, and ride up and down the escalators at Macy’s while carrying my shopping bags last weekend, thanks to the iWALK2.0! I absolutely don’t know what I would have done without the use of the iWALK2.0! While a knee scooter is handy, it is simply not practical in a multi-level home. I recommend both of these products to anyone with a below-the-knee injury; however, I must admit I am partial to the iWALK2.0 for the ease of donning and securing the straps. These devices have given me precious freedom during two extremely confining post operative recovery periods. Thank you!”
Stacia, Manassas, VA
“I use it day in and day out and I put my iWALK2.0 through hell!”
I was in a bad motorcycle accident in September of 2013. In that accident I lost most of my left foot. I was hopping around on a walker or stuck in a wheel chair. The alternative was a knee scooter but the cost was high and it also took over my hands. Then I found out about the iWALK2.0. I took to it in just a few minutes and within 10 minutes was walking up and down stairs. My 79 year old father wanted to try it on and he was also walking in just a few minutes.
I’ve been on iWALK2.0 for about 3 months now. I use it day in and day out and I put my iWALK2.0 through Hell. To think, had I found it first, I could have had the quality of life I now enjoy.
With my iWALK2.0 I have both my hands free and I can do almost anything like I used to. It also helps me rebuild the muscles on my left thigh that were depleted due to being bed ridden for over a month.
I am still using my iWALK2.0 while my wound is still healing. It will be a few more months before I have a prosthetic fitted and am back to walking.
I just recently moved into a new home, something I could have not done without my iWALK2.0. I even pressure washed my new house on my own.
Thank you again for coming up with such a great product. I love my iWALK2.0 and could not have been this far in my recovery without it, not to mention what it’s done for my mental health to keep me positive and not depressed. I cannot express the way this thing has helped me and I cannot recommend it enough. I owe my life to it.
“Buddy, it’s legit. . .the only way to get back to just a little bit of normal. It’s hands (or crutches) down, the reason I can get back to work…”
Drop the crutches and grab an iWALK (and a beer). Bet you can’t do this on crutches! It’s also great for more professional pursuits… like working in a hospital!
Having now used the iWALK 2.0, I would never consider using crutches again. Neither should you.”
“Before the iWALK2.0, I was encumbered with a walker, wheelchair and crutches. Living in my 3rd floor condo was a nightmare.”
Having had multiple injuries in the past, I had resigned myself to crutches, but the iWALK2.0 changed everything and gave me back my life. I regained almost full mobility. I was able to get out, run errands, go out with my friends, go for walks without any pain or inconvenience or any of the other things associated with crutches and walkers. I would highly recommend it to anyone. Having now used the iWALK2.0, I would never consider using crutches again. Neither should you. It was a lifesaver. It really was. Thank you iWALK2.0″
Joe, 2013 Highland Games Judge
“With my iWALK2.0, I can be a functioning and able human being again, this is a happy day!!”
“Made my own coffee in my favourite cup, and off to see my gardens! Since receiving the iWALK2.0, I’ve watered my vegetable gardens, and I will even get back to milking! Gosh, it’s a wonderful thing! Thank you so much for the effort taken to get me the iWALK2.0! With my iWALK2.0, I can be a functioning and able human being again, this is a happy day!!”
Wendy, New Zealand
“I do not feel like I am limited by, or a victim of, my injury.”
“I recently purchased the iWALK 2.0 in preparation for ankle surgery. I have been on traditional crutches before and am actually a master at using them, but could not use them this time as I also have an ulnar bone injury. I tried forearm crutches but could not balance properly on them and found them nearly impossible to use. While searching out knee scooters online , I ran across information on the IWALK 2.0 and was instantly intrigued. I LOVE my iWALK 2.0 – it was very easy to assemble and took seconds to learn to use. I love having my hands free to go about my daily life, stairs are easy to navigate, there is no pressure or stress on my shoulders, arms, wrists or hands. There is also no added pressure or fatigue on my good leg and I feel more stable with my iWALK 2.0 then I ever have with traditional crutches. I do not feel like I am limited by, or a victim of, my injury. In the beginning I had difficulty fastening of the straps so I sent iWalk an email. A customer service representative contacted me and explained that I was fastening my iWalk2.0 incorrectly, and instructed me how to do it properly – and even followed up with me the next day to make sure it was going OK. Now that is the BEST customer service I have ever experienced! Now that I know the correct way to put on and take off my iWALK 2.0 getting in and out of it is a breeze that literally takes seconds- I was so excited the first day I knew how to do it properly I kept getting up, putting it on, walking around the house, taking it off, sitting down and then repeating – just because I could. With my iWALK 2.0 my recovery is easier, I can still go about my daily routine and I am not dependent on others to do things for me – I would NEVER use traditional crutches again! Thank you a truly wonderful product.”
“I’m 62… it took me about 5 minutes to get comfortable… I wish I had found it a little sooner!”
“The iWALK 2.0 is a wonderful thing! If you have a lower leg or foot injury & have normal balance you can get used to this crutch very easily. I broke my foot and ankle and was stuck not being able to do normal everyday things because of how restrictive crutches and knee walkers are. In fact, I had fallen three times with the crutches. With the iWALK 2.0 your hands are free and you are able to do routine things to help out your caregiver, and this allowed me to not feel so helpless. I’m 62, and after watching the online videos and getting the iWALK 2.0 assembled and adjusted, it took me about 5 minutes to get comfortable with the crutch. I wish I had found it a little sooner could have saved me a fall or two. Also, customer service is terrific, I had a minor problem and they were all over it. If you have this type of injury – you need this crutch!”
“It’s not about what you CAN’T do, it’s about what you CAN do!”
“First thing people say, ‘I’ve never seen that before, WOW!’ Yes it is new, like less than one month old new. How did I luck out? Fate I would say. A little good karma maybe. I honestly am so grateful to have this device instead of the alternatives. I was on crutches for less than 2 days and I could already feel that the quality of my life the next 3-4 weeks was going to be bad. The next 10 mins I walked around the house and practiced going up and down stairs. I was an expert. It is light. It is adjustable. It is easy to take on and off. It is comfortable. It is the best! Now 8 days in, I have battled sand and dirt and stadium stairs. Nothing holds me back from going where I need to get. Maybe I can’t go as fast as normal, but I can go! Its not about what your CANT DO, its about what you CAN DO!” To see Erin’s posts in full, check out her blog here.
“Two beautiful weeks walking cobblestone streets, parks, and going up and down stairs. The iWALK 2.0 saved the trip.”
“Two and a half weeks before my booked trip to the UK, I broke my ankle – a break severe enough that it required open reduction surgery. My stubbornness refused to cancel the trip, but after two weeks stuck on the couch and trying to manage with traditional crutches, I realized just how futile it was. To care for myself and 8 month old baby was impossible. A rush order of the iWalk 2.0 got it in my hands two days before our flight. A couple practice runs and we were off. Here we are in front of Blenheim Palace in the Cotswolds, England. Two beautiful weeks walking cobblestone streets, parks and going up and down countless flights of stairs. The iWalk 2.0 saved the trip.”
“iWALK 2.0 lets me do life”
“What I really like about the hands free crutch is that I’m not held captive like with standard crutches. It’s especially easy to take on and off which is especially handy when getting in and out of the car. People always notice the iWALK 2.0, and strangers are always commenting that they wish that they had known about this when they were on crutches. I’ve even had a couple people offer to buy it from me when I’m done! The iWALK 2.0 – it lets me do life!”
Tim Chavez Costa Mesa, California
“He has no limitations now.”
Happy spouse (whose husband has regained his independence)
“I liked my iWALKFree, but I LOVE my iWALK2.0!”
“I’ve had to have two surgeries this year on my ankles. After the first surgery, I used the 1st generation iWALKFree crutch, which was OK, but I had to use a cane to help keep myself stabilized. After the second surgery, I purchased the 2nd generation iWALK2.0, which was a great deal easier to use. Definitely lighter, and it feels more comfortable. When I’m out in public with my iWALK2.0, I entertain people wherever I go. No one has seen anything like it before and all think (and I agree) it is much better than dealing with a kneeling walker (knee scooter) or regular crutches. I tell everyone that all I need is an eye patch and a parrot and I would look like a Pirate. Arrrgh!”
With 10-years of experience in hands free mobility, we know what we are doing. Check out what customers thought of the original iWalk-Free below!
“My name is Isaac Deuling and I’m a firm believer in the amazing iWalk.”
“My name is Isaac Deuling and I’m a firm believer in the amazing iWalk. Recently, I broke my left talus bone in my ankle and tore my left AC in my shoulder. With these two injuries being on the same side of my body, crutches were definitely out of the question. After I discovered iWalk, my recovery process changed dramatically! I no longer had to sit on the couch watching endless hours of television or battle with the inclination to stay in bed till noon. iWalk-Free has freed me from uncomfortable crutches and enabled me to walk and carry something simultaneously, hold hands with my girlfriend, continue my hobby of fixing things, help with housework and so many other functions I took for granted when life was “normal”. iWalk-Free has made my injured life more therapeutic by enabling the use of my upper leg muscles while strapped in, thus making my post physio recovery faster. Thank you so much for your wonderful invention.”
“This device is one of the most fantastic, original, insightful and important medical innovations of recent years”
“As a General Surgeon, I spend my working hours standing at an operating table, impossible with crutches…and have been on my I-walk-free …for nearly six months. This device is one of the most fantastic, original, insightful and important medical innovations of recent years and has allowed me to maintain my job, my family, and my sanity despite a nasty injury.”
Richard W. Shallman MD. WA.
“Within a half hour of receiving my iWalk-Free I went from helpless to helpful”
“After being on crutches for only 4 days I was at my whits end. My job was nearly impossible, and I was zero help around the house. Within a half hour of receiving my iWalk-Free I went from helpless to helpful. With my iWalk-Free I was able to operate my business, blow leaves, and cut down trees around my house. Not to mention laundry, dishes, and cleaning!”
Health B. — Ohio
“Why hasn’t anyone thought of this before?”
“Duh – why hasn’t anyone thought of this before? Once I saw the iwalkfree, I understood immediately it’s huge advantage over crutches. Why would anyone ever think about using crutches again?”
Jim, Austin, Texas
“iWalk-Free crutch has been a life saver during my recovery”
“iWalk-Free crutch has been a life saver during my recovery from a ruptured Achilles’ Tendon. Instead of being helpless and feeling like a burden, I can now perform day-to-day tasks with no issues. Cooking, cleaning, and playing with/carrying my 2 year old daughter all became possible once again. The iWalk-Free even gives me great traction through this rigid Canadian Winter season, and I can still shovel snow from my driveway. This is a great product and I am very thankful for it. The iWalk Customer Service team has been very helpful and accommodating to me. I’ll definitely be recommending this product to friends, family, and even strangers crutching around. THANK YOU iWalk-Free!!”
Jon L – Calgary, Alberta
“This is an absolutely astounding device”
“This is an absolutely astounding device. I don’t know why (more) doctors aren’t aware of it. My surgeon congratulated me for finding the iWalk-Free, and has since recommended it to many patients.Three years ago I suffered a complete rupture of my left Achilles tendon while playing volleyball. My business is a hands-on job of maintaining tropical plants in office spaces and executive buildings.The requirement of carrying up to four gallons of water (much of the time up and down stairs) could not even be attempted while using crutches. My iWalk crutch gave me the freedom to continue working while I healed from my injury. There is simply no other way I could have continued my business – and my income. Thank you for this wonderful product.”
Hadyn, Nashville, Tennessee
“After the hurricane there was such a mess to clean up and without my iWalk I would have been confined to the couch”
“I live in New Jersey and we experienced about 5 feet of water in our neighborhood from Hurricane Sandy. After the hurricane there was such a mess to clean up and without my iWalk I would have been confined to the couch. I was three and a half weeks post surgery when Sandy hit. I was able to go outside and help clean the mess that she left. I can’t say enough about how your product help me mentally as well as physically during the whole ordeal. Even without the hurricane, I felt I had my life as close to normal as I could and I think it really helped me heal. Thank you again for all your help. I am in a walking boot now, but when I’ve been on my foot too much I can just grab my I walk free and I’m off and running.”
Jo Ann, New Jersey
“I cannot speak highly enough of this amazing device”
“May I start with a disclaimer that I do not regularly write letters of praise to companies nor do I make recommendations lightly. Your product is an exception. I have used it and I have recommended it to many as well as loaned my Iwalk-free crutch out to about half a dozen very active friends that have also praised the device. My story goes as follows. In 2006 I was finishing up the last few weeks of training to be a Pararescueman in the air force, a pipeline of over two years. During a fastroping iteration I had a bad landing. Falling to my side I knew something was not right. My fellow trainees, all medically trained as well, quickly came to my aid. Once at the hospital, my fears were confirmed and I had broken my ankle. Specifically it was a transverse and spiraling fracture of the distal fibula. Surgery went well, and I got away with only a plate and five screws. On the down side, I was out of training for six months, with two weeks in a cast then over a month more non-weight bearing. As I lay in my bed frustrated to no end, my mind spun. I was no stranger to crutches having broken my femur years earlier in a mountain biking accident. I knew what I was in for and did not look forward to it. I knew the challenges of day to day living. Like the simple questions of what to do if when pour a bowl of cereal and then need to take it from the kitchen counter to the dinner table? As simple act like that becomes a frustrating and sometimes messy task when one does not have use of their arms. Then my mind fell back to an instructor I had during paramedic school. He had a strange crutch like device strapped to his leg. A crutch that did not depend on arms. I tracked him down and got the details for the device. It was an Iwalk-free. A week later Thanks to this device I was standing and walking and using my hands. Unable to train I was released on convalescent leave. My girlfriend and I loaded up a truck and drove back home to Washington. By that point I was very comfortable with my crutch. Realizing that I had months of healing on my hands before I could resume training I decided to build my house. Soon I found myself picking up lumber and building materials. I could dig with a shovel and even climb a ladder (carefully.) At one point I with just a friend and me on the Iwalk free, we were able to a carry a 400 pound timer to the site. Thanks to the Iwalk free crutch my time was far from wasted. Moreover the rest of my body stayed active. I was not restricted to stationary physical therapy. I was using my body and staying strong. By the time I was able to bear weight, the only atrophy to occur was that in my left lower leg. The following winter a friend of mine who was suffering from chronic ankle pain had surgery to alleviate some of the discomfort. Having been so impressed by the device I loaned it to her. Next thing I knew she was reporting back that she regularly wore it to shovel snow from the driveway and she was so comfortable in it she had even used it to go cross country skiing. From her it moved on to another friend who broke his ankle trying to free a buried snowmobile. Then to another friend who injured her ankle parachuting, who then loaned it to her surgeon! The list goes on; this device is almost viral in how almost everyone to have worn it swears by it. My hat is off to whom ever came up with this idea. No doubt they were a person who understood the needs of an active person. I have recommended the Iwalk- free to people on the street that I see walking on crutches, and sitting in doctor’s offices. I cannot speak highly enough of this amazing device. Thank you,
“It made such a difference to me in my daily life”
“I was first exposed to the iWALK while waiting to board an airplane in Long Beach three days after my Achilles surgery. I was flying across country to attend my uncle’s funeral and was completely discouraged with my crutches and inability to carry my purse and carry-on bag. However, all that changed when I met a current iWalk user on that very same flight! He let me try the iWalk, and I couldn’t believe that I could immediately walk around the terminal with ease. No crutches! I flew to Boston and spent the next four days fighting with my crutches and wishing I had the iWALK with me. I obtained an iWalk as soon as I returned home, and it made such a difference to me in my daily life. I used it frequently around my house, for Christmas shopping in the mall, and working in my office. I was able to easily navigate around my kitchen to prepare meals for my family, organize and supervise my daughter’s 11th birthday party with 25 kids in our front yard, and walk around Cancun during our family reunion. (All hands free)”