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“Nothing short of a game changer” – how the iWALK 2.0 helped lower-leg amputee, Becca Sellar

Becca Sellar represents Scotland in amputee football, which led to her being a key figure in the BT Hope United campaign. Alongside the likes of Marcus Rashford, Gareth Bale, Lucy Bronze and a host of the biggest stars in British football, Becca and the rest of the Hope United Team are tackling online hate head […]


Top 5 Best Crutch Alternatives for 2021

In the UK, crutches are prescribed as standard for a wide range of common leg, knee, and ankle injuries. But while they’re the most popular mobility aid on the market, there’s a whole host of reasons why you might wish to find an alternative to crutches. Many people find it difficult to get the hang […]


How to Stop Crutches from Hurting Your Hands

Whether you use crutches as a long-term mobility aid, or you’re relying on them during recovery from an injury, conventional crutches can cause all sorts of secondary discomfort. One of the biggest issues that frequent users experience is hand pain, caused by tightly gripping the handles – which are usually made from hard plastic or […]


Sprained Ankles: Treatment & Recovery Advice

A sprain is one of the most common ankle injuries, and usually occurs when your ankle has been forced out of its natural position, resulting in torn or stretched ligaments. There are three categories of sprain, ranging from mild to severe, so treatment and recovery vary in line with the seriousness of the injury. Keep […]


How to Walk with One Crutch

Conventional crutches are a popular walking aid, often prescribed to assist a person with a leg, ankle or foot injury. Designed to help you get around without putting weight on your injured limb, crutches transfer body weight from the legs to the upper body. While you’ll usually be instructed to use a pair of crutches, […]


UK Knee Crutches Introduces the iWALK 3.0

Brand new to the UK’s mobility aid market, the iWALK 3.0 is the latest hands-free knee crutch to be developed, and features several key improvements on its predecessor, the iWALK 2.0. Like every previous model of hands-free knee crutch, the iWALK 3.0 is fitted directly to the injured leg, raising the foot and ankle off […]


Do You Need Crutches With A Walking Boot?

Designed to protect the foot and ankle, a walking boot – or CAM boot – is a medical shoe that’s usually prescribed in the wake of an injury, or to support recovery after surgery. If you’re wearing a walking boot, you’ve probably sustained an injury that can only withstand partial weight bearing, so you may […]