iWALKCrutch sets the new standard for mobility devices!
iWALK crutch is a carefully engineered multiple award winning medical mobility device that ends the pain and inconvenience of conventional crutches. Easy to learn, easy to use, crutches and knee scooters are now obsolete.
Everyday activities are impossible on traditional crutches or knee scooters. With iWALK crutch you can immediately get back to your routine. So whether you’re pushing a shopping cart, going up or down stairs, carrying a cup of coffee, or walking the dog, the iWALK crutch gives you your life back.
Better by design, the iWALK Hands Free Crutch is functional, strong, easy to use and easy to adjust. Because no two legs are equal, it has a host of features that allow you to tailor it to your size, height, and leg style.
The iWALK crutch is now being used throughout the Below Knee Amputee community both as pre-permanent prosthetic transition device, as well as a post permanent prosthetic everyday device to fill in when they cannot, or do not want, to use their prosthetic. Rather than facing the limiting and unwanted challenges of other options such as crutches, wheelchairs, and scooters, or even hopping and crawling, more and more, the Below Knee Amputee community is reaching for the iWALK as a solution.
Anytime a Below Knee Amputee would have use for a prosthetic, the iWALK crutch can fill in!
|Independent upper and lower leg height adjustments allow you to tailor the crutch to your personal leg proportions. Adjustments are quick, easy and tool-free.
|The Calf Strap Mounts are on rails that run along the length of the Knee Platform. They can be repositioned by hand along the length of the rails allowing you to position the Calf Strap.
|The Thigh Supports recruit the upper leg to align and stabilize the crutch. Adjusts for thigh circumference from 39.5cm to 71cm. Left and Right are independently adjustable.
WHO CAN USE THE IWALK CRUTCH?
Aside from the standard requirements for establishing if you can use the iWALK Crutch, below-knee amputees also need to have a minimum of 4” (10cm) of residual limb. You also need to be able to tolerate weight on that shin. There may be other complications, but in our experience, most BKA’s adapt easily to the iWALK Crutch.
Unfortunately, above-knee amputees cannot use the iWALK Crutch without a prosthetic assistive device.