Freedom Leg 3.0
woman lifting up a child while wearing a leg brace
Freedom Leg 3.0
          
 

Freedom Leg 3.0

 
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$449.00
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$449.00
Regular price
$497.00
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Regular 27”-34”
Small 21”-28”
Tall 31”-38”
Standard 20”-26”
Long 23”-29”
     
Freedom Leg Sizing Chart
 

 

Pay in Full or 4 interest-free installments.
100% Non-Weight bearing, Hands-Free Mobility, Off-Load from the knee to the foot, Compatible with boot or Cast, Safely climb stairs, Reimbursed by Most Insurance

The all-new and improved Freedom Leg 3.0 

Experience the freedom of a hands-free crutch alternative.  We are the leading solution for a hands-free crutch alternative.

🛑  Don't use a knee walker which leads to knee pain and lack of independence.  

🛑  Don't experience the pain and inconvenience of traditional crutches.

✔️  Carry on with your regular activities like nothing ever happened.  

✔️  Our expert support team will guarantee it works for you or your money back. 

✔️  Doctor recommended solution.   Class I Medical Device. 

       
Freedom Leg Guarantee

The Freedom Leg Guarantee

Order the Freedom Leg and we guarantee that you'll be able to walk stairs, carry your own coffee, and not have to use crutches ever again! Our support team will help you fit the freedom leg, or we'll refund 100% of your money back.


- Inventor of The Freedom Leg

Who Can Use Freedom Leg?

Best Hands Free Crutch About Freedom Leg 3.0

How To Size Your Leg

How to use Your Leg

View our Fitting and Adjustment Video to better understand how the Freedom Leg can improve your mobility and decide if it is right for you

How it Works:

Lifting Up a Child With Walker

The slight bend in the knee lifts the foot off the ground while keeping the hips level maintaining you body symmetry.

Custom aluminum side rails transfer your weight to the ground.

The base height is adjusted so the foot is elevated off the ground providing 100% non - weight bearing support.

FAQ

The Freedom Leg is Typically covered by insurance. The best way to find out for sure is to call your insurance company (800 number on your insurance card) and asked them the coverage for medical device code L2136. Once you have determined you coverage there are two ways patients usually acquire the Freedom Leg brace. The most common way patients obtain the brace is to purchase the brace directly from us through this website or by calling +1 888-816-8127. Once the brace has shipped we will email you a copy of the invoice that you can submit to insurance for reimbursement. This is the quickest way to receive a brace. Have a medical device supplier near you order the brace for you. They can handle the insurance billing directly. They would just need the size of the brace and your insurance information. They can give us a call at +1 888-816-8127 to place the order.


Any surgical procedure, injury, wound or below knee amputation that requires off-loading for a period of time.

● Foot, Ankle, and Knee surgery
● Fractures of the foot and ankle
● Femoral condylar fracture
● Fusion of foot or ankle
● Proximial tibial fractures
● Midshaft tibial fractures
● Micro fracture of the knee
● Micro-fracture surgery
● Osteotomies
● Patellor fractures
● Post-op neuromas
● Achilles ruptures
● Plantar wounds
● Bunionectomy
● And More!!


If after reviewing the video on the web site, you continue having difficulty fitting or learning to use the Freedom Leg, give us a call, maybe we can help. If it turns out that you need to return the Freedom Leg, you have 14 days from the date you receive it to ship it in good condition (free of animal hair), for a refund of your purchase price.


Return the Freedom Leg in the box you received it in, (if you have it) to 6776 Townsend Rd, Lot 199, Jacksonville, FL 32244, using whatever method is least expensive and convenient for you.

You can ship it in the original box if you still have it. Just make sure the name that it was ordered under is on or in the box so we know where to refund the purchase price minus original shipping cost and a $25 processing fee.


The Freedom Leg has no weight limit but is limited by the circumference of the upper thigh.


You can find instruction documents here


80% of people are a regular size brace with a standard strap length.

If you're in between sizes we usually recommend you to go with the larger size.


Give us a call at +1 888-816-8127. We will be happy to help.

Customer Reviews

Based on 128 reviews
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Lisa Cuffe
Saved My Sanity, Improved my Quality of Life and Got a New Job

I was in a freak sledding accident on January 13th, 2024, and broke both of my tibias and ankles. My emergency surgery on the 14th involved my left ankle receiving two metal plates and a bar through my tibia - I was lucky to have a clean break. My right ankle was so badly damaged that I received an external fixator.

1 week in the hospital for pain management and OT/PT.
I was NWB on both legs for 6 weeks.

Then I had a second surgery in February to be placed into a Halo external fixator, as my doc was hoping that my bones would heal better. I was in that for 6 weeks.
Then the Halo was removed and I was placed in a cast, in March.
My back and bottom were exhausted from being bedridden for so long, so I researched and found the iWalk3.0 (a peg leg that requires your leg to bend back at the knee, and I was excited to use it, but it was uncomfortable on my right tibia.
So I researched more online and found the Freedom Leg (FL); my insurance covers it!

I've been using the FL for weeks now, and it is my BEST option! My doctor told me that my left leg wouldn't fully heal until I'm able to start PT on my right ankle/leg. When I realized that I'd be able to use my thigh and mimic walking, my Physical Therapist and I agreed it was great. My PT's office had never heard of the FL and everyone loves watching me use it!

My PT says it is the coolest walking aid she has ever seen and I should get paid to sell it, lol!

It has changed my life; I no longer have to butt-scoot up my stairs because I can walk with my FL. I figured out how to use the toilet without completely taking it off and then I can stand and wash my hands without having to lean on my elbow and balance. It also allowed me to get back to work.

I made a video reviewing the FL: https://youtu.be/XJhKOpKBc4A?si=CG3NajsQmJVPqJp0

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Hikem Dalton
Life changing

I was skeptical at first, like most people, but I am a true believer in Freedom Leg. I was using crutches and a knee sccoter to get around after my Achilles tendon and ankle bone spur surgery, and really had a hard time moving around house and yard. Not anymore, going up and down the steps easier. Transitioning from standing to sitting, going to bathroom, getting some water, all so much easier. Thank you for this little piece of heaven that has brought me so much joy.

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Caitlin
A sanity-saver

I had a lapiplasty (foot surgery) about a week and a half ago. The freedom leg has allowed me to get outside and even walk my dog! Taking walks has always been my go-to stress reliever, so I'm really grateful to have that ability while I'm recovering.

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Vivian Dees
FREEDOM

The Freedom Leg has been a welcome relief! I injured my leg almost 5 months ago and was misdiagnosed for the first 3 months. The 6th doctor I was referred to recommended Freedom Leg to help give some relief and still be able to work. It has helped tremendously. I am able to walk with less pain than I have had in several months. I work in an old building with uneven and cracked concrete so I use a cane to help keep my balance in those areas. Otherwise I am completely hands free and mobile again.
I would recommend that the company look into a breathable material for the thigh area.

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Wendy Hvolboll
Thank goodness

I’m only 3 weeks post op so difficult to give full Review, however, it is great-but I can only last a short time and my leg begins to swell-but that could be because I’m so near the surgery. It was a short learning curve and now easy to get around.
Hopefully as my healing progresses I’ll be able to last longer

The Freedom Leg is Safe, and Medically Proven

Independent research has proven that the Freedom Leg is safe, and effective. It is preferred by many doctors, and most patients.
The Freedom Leg is the clear choice to help you regain your freedom.