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Complaints and other bad reviews of Goodbye Crutches

Posted by Tom Schwab

Complaints and bad customer reviews of Goodbye Crutches Knee Walker rentalWe are the first to let you know we are not perfect.  Each day at our daily team meeting one of the things we pray for is that we will be of service to all that come to us in need.  That we will be a bright part in their day regardless fif they order. Not every person buys or rents from us because we are not the best choice for everyone...no one is.

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Topics: FAQ, insurance, Goodbye Crutches

Who will bill my Insurance for a Knee Walker?

Posted by Tom Schwab

what companies bill insurance for knee scootersCrutches don't work for many most people struggling to stay non weight bearing as they heal form injury or surgery.  If could be due to poor upper body strength, an associated injury to their arms.  Maybe they have a bad shoulder of wrist that would only be aggravated by using standard underarm or axillary crutches.  Or maybe they just need to be able to use their hands as they recover to work, to care for children or carry that morning cup of coffee.

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Topics: FAQ, insurance, Knee Walker

Does My Insurance Cover the Seated Scooter?

Posted by Tom Schwab

Insurance companiesDoes insurance cover a Seated Scooter?

a. Yes

b. No

c. Maybe

d. All of the above

The correct answer is: d. All of the above

 
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Topics: Seated Scooter, FAQ, insurance

Does Insurance Cover the iWALKFree?

Posted by Tom Schwab

Insurance Coverage


Does insurance cover a Hands Free Crutch?

a. Yes

b. No

c. Maybe

d. All of the above

The correct answer is: d. All of the above

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Topics: Hands Free Crutch, FAQ, insurance

Do you need a prescription for an iWALKFree Hands Free Crutch?

Posted by Tom Schwab

Say no to crutches, no prescription needed of the iwalk2.0 hands free crutch
If you are recovering after an injury or surgery and have been instructed by your doctor to stay non weight bearing (NWB), you may be considering the Hands Free Crutch option to crutches.  Also known by the brand name iWALKFree, this prosthetic like device that resembles a peg leg, straps securely to your leg allowing you to bear weight through your knee all while freeing up your hands.

Do you need a prescription from your doctor to get a Hands Free Crutch?

 

No prescription should be needed to rent or purchase a crutch alternative.  These devices are classified as Durable Medical Equipment with a HCPCs Code of E0118: Crutch alternative with or with out wheels.  While crutch alternatives must be registered with the FDA they are not regulated as tightly as drugs that require a physician's prescription to dispense.

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Topics: Hands Free Crutch, FAQ, insurance

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