What is the
iWALK 3.0 hands-free crutch?
The iWALK 3.0 is an award-winning crutch and knee scooter alternative for below knee injuries. It’s an FDA registered, clinically-proven, class one medical device. It gives you hands-free and pain-free mobility, and the freedom to live functionally and independently while you’re non-weight bearing. It’s a new era; walk, climb, carry – you can do it all. Reclaim your independence with the iWALK3.0 and GET YOUR LIFE BACK.
UK Knee Crutches
UK Knee Crutches are iWALK specialists and the official UK distributor. If you have any questions at all, just pick up the phone or send us a message.
We are also the only place you’ll get your free foam block!
Reclaim your independence today with the iWALK3.0.
What this physio uses instead of crutches
We were thrilled when Physiotherapist Tom Stukins decided to share his professional insights and personal experiences with the iWALK. Tom is a senior musculoskeletal physiotherapist with a career spanning 22 years, and he used the iWALK3.0 throughout his recovery from an achilles rupture and subsequent re-rupture. Through his unique dual perspective, he provides valuable insights and practical tips on the iWALK3.0. Watch his video here.
and medically proven
Independent clinical research proves that the iWALK crutch is safe, effective and offers medical benefits during your recovery that you don’t get using crutches or knee scooters. Preferred by 90% of patients and recommended by physios and consultants, the iWALK3.0 is a real game changer.
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TESTIMONIALS & REVIEWS
I'm Deanne Rose, a professional football player for Reading FC in the Women's Super League and the Canadian National Team. I wanted to share my story with you.
In September 2022, I ruptured my Achilles tendon while playing for Reading FC in the first game of the season. It was devastating, and I had no idea what the next few months on the sidelines would look like since I couldn't put any weight on my foot. That's when I discovered UK Knee Crutches and the amazing iWALK3.0 hands-free crutch.
Being able to get around hands-free during that period was incredible for me. The iWALK not only helped me get moving phsyically, but mentally too, because I was able to have the independence and freedom to do what I wanted. I want to give a huge shoutout to Steve and UK Knee Crutches for being a part of making my road to recovery a little bit easier.
DEANNE ROSE - PRO FOOTBALLER & OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL WINNER
It's quite a well known fact that while filming Force Awakens. Harrison Ford was involved in an accident with a hydraulic door on the Millenium Falcon. He was fortunate - the door weighed as much as a small car and could have killed him. As it turned out it broke both bones in his left leg. Once he discovered the iWALK2.0 there was no alternative for him, he had to have one for his recovery. He was fitted over the phone and the 72 year old actor was walking within five minutes. It's a lesser known fact that Ford used the iWALK2.0 again a few months later, after he was forced to heroically crash land his plane on a golf course!
HARRISON FORD - HOLLYWOOD ACTOR
From the blog
Have you ever had to use crutches or a knee scooter to get around due to an injury? If so, you may have noticed that they can be uncomfortable, bulky, and awkward to use. But what if there was an alternative that could not only improve your mobility but also improve your blood flow? Well, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Foot & Ankle Orthopaedics, there is! The iWALK3.0 hands-free crutch is a game-changer when it comes to…
Sustaining an injury that requires a period of non-weight bearing can be an incredibly challenging experience, particularly when it comes to everyday activities like taking a shower. For those who are unfamiliar, non-weight bearing injuries mean you cannot put weight on your foot and often require the use of crutches to navigate the world, which can be difficult enough on its own, let alone when it comes to…
If you’ve ever experienced an injury or surgery that requires you to use crutches or a knee scooter, you know just how inconvenient it can be. You’re not able to use your hands, and carrying anything is nearly impossible. It can also be painful and put strain on your shoulders, arms, and back. Knee scooters can help, as they take the strain out of your shoulders and hands, however they are only suitable on flat surfaces and you still…