«My client uses the Innowalk at school. With the Innowalk, my client can train and stretch his legs,
and at the same study and learn at school.»
- Physical Therapist
«I have a disease called Proteus Syndrome, and it is quite progressed. After I turned 12 I began to move less and less,
and I completely stopped walking and moving by the time I turned 15/16 years old. I noticed I became more and more stiff.
In May of 2008, I had to amputate my left leg just over my knee. I was able to move to the bed and sofa with a wheelchair,
but it was difficult and I pulled my muscles a lot. Before I was amputated, I saw the Innowalk on TV and I thought to myself right
away that I wanted to have one of those! I asked my therapist if we could apply for one. At first she said no, but luckily she agreed in the end.
Now I use the Innowalk anywhere from 20 to 80 minutes almost every day. I’ve noticed that I have become stronger and it’s much easier
for me to move around. I almost never pull my muscles anymore! I am very satisfied with the Innowalk!»
«Our 4 year old girl has enjoyed using both the Innowalk and the NF-Walker. After she received the Innowalk,
she has actually started to move her legs by herself in the NF-Walker. Now she is more physically active.»
- Physical Therapist
«We chose the Innowalk because it gives the closest “normal walking” training as possible, and it’s so easy!
The movement is the closest to being anatomically correct, which is invaluable for children who are trying to build themselves
back up after an injury. It is an especially fantastic tool for us therapists who use the Normal Movement principals. Training to stand
is often passive for children in this group. Innowalk is active, and that’s what I as a therapist want to see more of. Also, it’s fun to use,
and that means an increased motivation to train with it. There is only ONE thing that I would change about it: That it would come in
larger sizes for taller children! Some children are already 170cm tall by the time they are 13 years old….and the last time I was testing
the Innowalk, I asked about this. I’m not sure if you have looked further into this matter, but I hope you do! Remember that
training and activity aids are granted (by the state) until the age of 26!»
- Occupational Therapist