Have you ever had to be non-weight barring? Friends it sucks!!!!!
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Thanks to a fellow triathlete friend I am walking and teaching and carrying things like a normal person. I might look like I am missing a leg and it is a little hard to get so many people staring at me in awe. Why? Because I am walking around with a cast on my ankle and a single leg crutch. First thing people say, "I've never seen that before, WOW!" Yes it is new, like less than one month old new. How did I luck out? Fate I would say. A little good karma maybe. I honestly am so grateful to have this device instead of the alternatives. I was on crutches for less than 2 days and I could already feel that the quality of my life the next 3-4 weeks was going to be bad.
It was a Monday night and I felt like a kid waiting for Santa to deliver presents. My friend who told me about it and manufactures it dropped by with the box. Said its easy to put together and use, if you have any questions give me a call. I ripped open the box and had the thing assembled in less than 10 mins. The next 10 mins I walked around the house and practiced going up and down stairs. I was an expert. It is light. It is adjustable. It is easy to take on and off. It is comfortable. It is the best!
Now 8 days in, I have battled sand and dirt and stadium stairs. Nothing holds me back from going where I need to get. Maybe I can't go as fast as normal, but I can go! Thanks to Brad Hunter the creator of the iwalk-free 2.0.
Its not about what your CANT DO, its about what you CAN DO!
Walk on my friends!
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