Using crutches – a thing of the past, gait training, Physical Therapy
Leave it to Han Solo to be ahead of the curve on the newest futuristic assistive device! Harrison Ford, 72, recently broke his lower leg, we think while Luke closed the Door of the Millennium Falcon too quickly on Han’s leg. Instead of the conventional crutch, Ford chose to recover with the assistance of the iWalk hands free crutch.
It’s a pretty unique design, and allows a user to replace the axillary crutches with a hands free device during walking.
Matt Calendrillo PT, BOCOP
Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Board Certified Orthotist/Prosthetist, founder
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