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Improving the lives of below-knee amputees

The iWALK2.0 has created quite a buzz in the below-knee amputee community. Whether you’re pre-amputation, post-amputation, or already using your permanent prosthetic, iWALK2.0 is a game changing temporary lower leg prosthetic that many below-knee amputees use daily.

Your Backup Device

As a below-knee amputee, there will often be times when you can’t use your permanent prosthetic. Soreness, irritation, bruises and wounds can make wearing your prosthetic too painful to wear. You may have to give your residual limb a rest for weeks at a time, often under Doctor’s orders. The iWALK2.0 places pressure on different areas of the leg, so it gives those tired muscles and joints a break.

Or perhaps repairs and adjustments mean you have to do without your prosthetic for days. It’s also a great alternative if you don’t want to subject your expensive prosthetic to water, mud, sand and other contaminants. Crutches used to be the only alternative, but not any more. The iWALK2.0 is your reliable backup device, allowing you to quickly and easily transition from your prosthetic, maintaining your freedom and a functional lifestyle.

Isn’t it time you ditched the crutches? Get the iWALK2.0 as your back up device today!

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Physical Requirements
In addition to the usual iWALK2.0 sizing needs, below-knee amputees need to have a minimum 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 below-knee amputees adapt easily to the iWALK2.0.

Above-knee amputees cannot use the iWALK2.0 without a prosthetic assistive device.

Isn’t it time you ditched the crutches?
Get the iWALK2.0 as your back up device today!

BUY NOW

Got questions? Call us on 0800 471 4974

9am-6pm Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm Weekends