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Relieves underarm discomfort
Allows user a hand free
Costs much less than comparable alternatives
Can be used on stairs
Compact for travel
Easy to assemble and remove
Fits all standard crutch brands, youth to tall
Can be used to elevate leg whilst sitting
User is actively using injured leg which can help prevent atrophy of muscles
Look and feel sporty and active

Watch how the Freedom Crutch works for you below:

    Using the Freedom Crutch is simple. Just attach the device to a standard crutch (we recommend Carex brand push-button crutches, available at your pharmacy) with the included hardware in just seconds. There's not much more to it! Buy the Freedom Crutch new for just $69 or buy it refurbished for only $38, both with Free Shipping (for a limited time only).

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    Here is what customers have to say: transformed my experience as a patient and got me out of bed and functioning. Thank you for what you do!

    Lillian O. on April 29, 2016

    The Freedom Crutch was the best purchase I could have possibly made! It fit neatly to my crutch, was easy to attach, and made mobility while in a cast for a month so incredibly bearable! I quickly adapted to using just the one crutch and had many people ask me about this device. Fantastic product, very thankful to have had it!!

    -Natalie G. on December 3, 2015

    Truly an innovative idea that works! -siberianmoon on December 20, 2013

    I will be on crutches for 6 weeks, 2 down, 4 to go. I bought the padded knee brace before I went into surgery and so glad I did! Now that I have been on crutches a while I appreciate the impact to hands and arms while clutching around. Using 2 crutches with my knee on the brace helps relieve some of that stress. I am not confident enough to move around a lot with just one crutch, but do use only one in the kitchen. I can prop up at the sink and prep meals or wash dishes (yay?) and get stuff out of the fridge. I also use the brace when I am sitting in a chair to keep my foot elevelated. I highly recommend.

    -ceej on November 27, 2015

    What a relief, I don't have to hop everywhere! I had surgery on my ankle and am not allowed to put weight on it for over 2 weeks. I used a walker during the first few days as well as the Freedom Crutch. I became tired hopping everywhere and when I reached the kitchen (or elsewhere) had to hold my foot up. The Freedom Crutch is a much better choice. Well worth the money and supports veterans too.

    -Maria H. on December 20, 2015

    I had surgery on my ankle in November and just crutches were miserable. The Freedom Crutch helped make it  a lot better. I wish I would've got it earlier.

    - Tim P. on January 16, 2016