“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!”
“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”.
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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!”
“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!”
“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. “
“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 !”
“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. Jeffrie Leibovitz gives an unsolicited comparison between the iWALK2.0 and the knee scooter, noting the pros and cons of each.”
“The iWALK2.0 literally walked into my office. I treated a patient of mine with conventional crutches, and she returned to my clinic on the iWALK2.0. I was impressed at first sight, especially with her mobility and stability. I thought, ‘Why hasn’t anyone thought of this before?’
“I wanted to prove to myself that it would work for my patients, so I tried it. I found, that when fitted correctly, it was quite comfortable and balance was intuitive. It was surprising how fast I could resume normal activities when using it.
“There’s a psychological benefit, too. Patients have less depression because they don’t feel helpless. iWALK2.0 has made a marked improvement in patients’ lives and has resulted in shorter rehab periods. It’s truly revolutionary!”
“I had an ankle fracture and I was able to perform my surgical work without any problem and this way I did not have to stay without doing my surgeries every week. With the iWALK2.0 Hands Free Knee Crutch, life becomes easier and you can integrate to work and social activity before the time indicated by your doctor without any risk”.
“My husband suffered a lower leg injury and was facing a long non-weight bearing recovery using crutches and knee scooter. Life was miserable; we were all in a really bad place. I wanted to cry every day. Then we found the iWALK2.0, 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 for this, but then he put on his iWALK2.0 and he was back to his old self, contributing to the family and back to work. He’s able to do pretty much everything on the iWALK2.0. He went from looking like he was going to be in prison in a wheelchair or crutches, and then with the iWALK2.0 he was back to his old self again, happy and content. It was amazing! ”
“I am a Harvard MD who got back to work with the help of iWALK2.0. I couldn’t take several months off due to an ankle fracture and needing to be non-weight bearing. I need my hands free in the operating room, and with the iWALK2.0 I was able to return to work after just a few days! I would definitely recommend the iWALK2.0 to people who are on crutches with a lower leg injury.”
“As a foot and ankle surgeon I knew what I would be up against after I got injured; it would be hard to get back to seeing patients with crutches. Even worse, performing surgeries would be impossible if I didn’t have my hands free.
My two options after my surgery were crutches or the knee scooter. Neither work for my regular activities and surgeries. Then I remembered that I saw the iWALK2.0 at one of my seminars, so I did some research and immediately called the company to order one.
When I tried the iWALK2.0, I was a little scared at first but was quickly 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 my injury!
The iWALK2.0 is a great device that gave me back my functionality even in a scenario that requires I be sterile, steady, and confident moving around the operating room. iWALK2.0 is incredible!”
“I ruptured my Achilles and all of my activities halted, but the iWALK2.0 changed everything. I was so happy to be able to walk and help with my family — cook, clean up, get my kids ready for bed, coach soccer, and work out 3 times a week. The iWALK2.0 won’t change your life, it lets you keep the one you always had!”
“The iWALK2.0 is a phenomenal product. I will definitely recommend the iWALK2.0 to my patients, especially those in needing to use their hands. There really isn’t a crutch alternative other than the iWALK2.0 that can provide you with hands-free mobility.”
“With the help of the iWALK2.0, I have been able to do cardio exercise despite having a fractured foot. Thank you for the iWALK2.0! I’ve been able to enjoy my life, even with a foot fracture!”
“Dr. Erik Brink, LCDR US Navy is an orthopedic surgeon based in Naples Italy. He used the iWALK2.0 to get back in the operating room. “I will definitely recommend it to my trauma patients and encourage orthopedics to keep stock of the iWALK2.0 in their department”.
Augustus “Gus” Mazzocca, MD speaks about using the iWALK2.0 for his son while attending the American Orthopedic Society of Sports Medicine conference. His son was at camp and broke his tibia.
His camp experience will be saved by the iWALK2.0.
I‘m going use it for myself because of my stress fracture in my heel but I’m excited the opportunity to use it for my patients, especially my non-compliant athletes who have foot and ankle stress fractures and post-ankle surgery. I really think it’s going to cut down on the morbidity of crutch use or walker use. It’s truly hard for patients to be compliant when they have to carry around a device that’s so restrictive that they can’t use their hands or take care of their kids or hold their bags or purse or such.
“After tearing my Right Achilles and having it repaired surgically, I was frustrated by my lack of mobility using either crutches or a knee roller. Using the I Walk allowed me to navigate both home and office looking at the world standing up, with my hands free for patient care, household chores, etc. “