iWALK 3.0 is a carefully engineered multiple award winning medical mobility device that ends the pain and inconvenience of conventional crutches.

iWALK 3.0 Easy to use Easy to learn

  • Hands free, pain free mobility

  • Be more self-sufficient with full use of your hands

  • Lead a functional live while recovering

  • End the under-arm, hand and wrist pain from conventional crutches

  • Better ability to walk  again with the use of your legs for support instead of  hands and arms

  • Ability to navigate stairs with ease and safety

  • Overall better well-being due to retaining an active, productive lifestyle

Standard crutches hurt!

Crutches can be hard to walk in making navigating stairs on crutches dangerous. Underarms can get bruised and rubbed raw. Crutches make your arms and shoulders fatigue. But most of all, crutches fall short because you can’t use your hands or your arms.

There’s a much better solution The good news?

The iWALK 3.0 is the best solution for non-weight bearing lower leg injuries. iWALK 3.0 is easy to learn, economical to own, is pain free and provides unsurpassed mobility.

Doctor Frank McGeorge of WDIV channel 4 reviews the iWALK3.0

Walk with both hands free

Use public transportation

Go to school

Go to work

Climb stairs

Social activities

Carry personal belongings

Open & close doors

...when a leg crutch works so much better? So why would you use arm crutches...

Everyday activities are impossible on traditional crutches or knee scooters. With iWALK 3.0 you can immediately get back to your routine. So whether you’re pushing a shopping cart, going up or down stairs, carrying a cup of coffee, walking the dog, the iWALK 3.0 gives you your life back.

iWALK 3.0 Features

  • Easy to assemble at home. No tools required

  • Hands free / Pain free total mobility

  • Learning to iWALK is quick, easy and intuitive – See Fitting and Use

  • Inexpensive and affordable – Buy now

  • Almost anyone who can walk can iWALK – See Who Can Use iWALK3.0

  • The best mobility device available – See Compare Mobility Devices