Can I Still Work With a Broken Ankle or While Non Weight Bearing?
Broken ankles are painful. This is not only because of the physical pain, but also because of the difficulty they cause in living normal life. If you are wondering, “Can I work with a broken ankle?”, read on!
Can You Work on a Non Weight Bearing Foot?
Most people who have a broken ankle or other foot injury will need to use crutches or a knee scooter for some time before they are able to walk regularly again. This complicates things for anyone who has a physically active job.
It is certainly possible to work while using crutches. However, use of the hands is very limited, making it dangerous and difficult.
The Freedom Leg is a hands-free crutch that enables anyone asking the question - can I work with a broken ankle? - to not only work, but work efficiently and safely!
Working With a Broken Leg
Similar to working with a broken ankle, working with a broken leg is very challenging and can be dangerous. Unless you are able to sit and use only your arms, it will be difficult to maneuver your crutches and work at the same time.
Working while non weight bearing is, under normal circumstances, almost impossible. With the Freedom Leg, however, it is simple and easy!
Can You Work With a Walking Boot?
The Freedom Leg is different from traditional crutches, in that it is a leg brace that puts all of the movement back into the upper leg. This eliminates the need for hand-held crutches, freeing up the hands to work.
The Freedom Leg is designed in such a way that the pressure is on the back of the thigh, and is compatible with a boot. This makes it possible to walk naturally, while you work or while going up and down stairs.
Working Out With a Broken Leg
Whether you are working outdoors or working out for exercise, having free mobility while using your body is important. Non-weight bearing and working out don’t usually go together! But if you have a broken leg or injured ankle and still need to work and exercise, the Freedom Leg makes it possible to use your arms freely while walking on both legs. Exercising after ankle surgery is an important part to maintaining strength and healing.
How Does the Freedom Leg Work?
The new, third-generation Freedom Leg Brace is the most comfortable and durable, and makes it possible for anyone with a broken ankle, knee injury, broken leg, or an amputation or other medical condition to walk on both legs without the use of crutches. You are able to walk on the non-weight bearing leg or foot, without actually putting weight on it.
The brace is completely hands-free, and removes all weight from the knee to the foot. It can be worn with a boot or cast and can be reimbursed by most insurance companies. Check out our testimonials to see how other people have incorporated the Freedom Leg into their lives!
Who Can Use the Freedom Leg?
Anyone with a leg, knee, or foot injury or amputation can use the Freedom Leg. Some of the reasons people use this revolutionary brace include the following:
- Surgeries on the leg, foot, or knees
- Fractures on the leg, foot, or knees
- Foot or ankle fusion
- Plantar wounds
- Anyone wondering - “can I work with a broken ankle?”
The Freedom Leg can change your life by enabling you to do all of your normal activities, from walking up and down stairs to strolling with your family to working - all hands-free. It really is a worthwhile investment! Learn how the freedom leg is the best crutch for knee surgery or ankle/foot surgery as well as so much more.
The Freedom Leg comes in various sizes and a money back guarantee, so you can try it at no risk. Are you ready to start working again?
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"Family Physician, had to have both of his feet repaired and found Freedom Leg very helpful, allowing him freedom to continue particing medicine and even running his snow blower"
"Broke his ankle and had to have surgery. The surgeons put screws in his ankle and told him not to put weight on it for 90 days. He was prescibed crutches. Fortunately he discoved Freedom Leg while looking for alternatives on the internet and was able to walk again without difficulty"