Current Competitive Products

Competitive products currently on the market don’t work well and are hard to put on and off. Even if they did work, the current products are so aesthetically stigmatizing that most patients don’t want to be seen wearing them.

CAM Walkers for patients currently suffering DFUs

Most current CAM walkers actually increase pressure on metatarsal heads, increasing damage to the area the most common DFUs.

Footwear for patients with foot neuropathy and at risk of DFUs.

Current products meet CMS specifications but have little to no effect. The Converse Chuck Taylor actually tested better in our gait labs.

Lower Extremity Ambulatory Protective Device. Multiple utility and design patents granted. Multiple patents pending. Separate removable cast/trauma extension. FDA cleared, class 1 device.

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Multiple utility and design patents granted. Made in the USA. Commercial launch 2018, 2 styles, 5 sizes. Direct to consumer sales, annual sales predicted to double in 2019. FDA cleared, class 1 device.

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Multiple utility and design patents granted. Function validated 2018. Made in the USA. Commercial launch 2018, 2 size options. FDA cleared, class 1 device. Used in multiple Defender devices.

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