RollerFoot knee scooter is a great hands free alternative to crutches and to steerable knee scooters. A typical knee scooter cart you have to steer with your both hands at all times. Knee scooter carts are a kind of a vehicle that you ride as transportation. On the street they can go really fast, and require brakes like bicycles, and they are almost the size and weight of bicycles too. When you have a broken ankle but must continue working, do you really think about racing in the street?
Crutches occupy your both arms, hurt your hands and body, and make you hop on one leg. Not good for a modern life style.
For your home and office daily grind you need something really small and light that is part of your leg, so your hands are free from supporting your body or steering a knee scooter and are doing productive work.
RollerFoot Hands Free!
RollerFoot is a unique HANDS FREE alternative to crutches and to knee scooters walkers (carts) with handle bars. RollerFoot is designed for physically able people suffering from foot or ankle trauma, or recovering from a foot surgery. RollerFoot is the lightest and smallest knee walker on the market. It is ideally suited for use at home, office, or public places. RollerFoot provides better quality of life, making your convalescence less stressful, so you can be more productive. Patients can purchase or rent RollerFoot on a weekly basis.
Who needs RollerFoot
- Physically able people with foot or ankle injuries
- Patients with no-weight bearing on foot or ankle as a result of injury or surgery, such as Achilles rupture, Jones fracture, bone spur, bunion surgery, etc.
- Anyone who hates crutches and wants a smaller, easy to maneuver device
- Those who want their hands free and to stray productive while healing the foot or ankle
- Anybody who wants a better quality of life after a foot or ankle trauma or surgery
Why you need RollerFoot knee scooter
- Move about without the use of hands
- Work and stay productive
- Hugely improve the quality of life during the recovery period
- Stimulate upper leg muscles in the injured leg and minimize atrophy due to inactivity