WalkAide for sale.

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WalkAide for sale.

Postby Ditut » Thu Aug 23, 2012 8:13 pm

In April 2011, I purchased a WalkAide for $4,800 From Hanger Orthotics. Here are the specs: Innovative Neurotronics WalkAide Model #20-0100; WalkAide Bi-Flex Cuff Medium Product #20-0260; WalkAide Cuff Storage Bag; Neurostimulation Electrodes Model #20-0500, Self-Adhering, 1.25” Round (8). I was 42 when I suffered a stroke in June 2010. After inpatient and outpatient rehab, I decided to purchase the unit since I continued to suffer from foot drop. However, after having the unit recalibrated on a few occasions, I am unable to use the device effectively. The device has never been used longer than 15 minutes in length on five or six ocassions. I would like to sell the device for $2,500. If interested, please contact me at liberty41602@aol.com.
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Re: WalkAide for sale.

Postby tiniree » Tue Oct 02, 2012 6:34 pm

is the WalkAide still available?
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Re: WalkAide for sale.

Postby TracieLea » Thu May 23, 2013 8:25 am

Good afternoon,
my brother is interested in a walk aide but we can not afford one. Is yours still available? If so please contact us at 303-457-0177, his name is Larry Boh.
Thank you ever so much
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