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Aligned As Designed Patented mobility devices let people walk upright and maintain the body's natural alignment allowing people to maintain, regain or develop an upright stable walking gait.
The 3rd Foot Cane Foot
The 3rd Foot Cane-Posture Balance Stability & Alignment
The 3rd Foot Cane foot maintains balance, stability, and upright posture from the back to the front of the cane foot like a foot. Letting you walk upright with your arm next to your side keeping weight off your wrist and shoulder.
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If you walk upright and stay upright your body can move the way it was designed to move to maintain or regain a balanced, stable upright walking gait with each step you take.
Traditional single pt, 3 tip, 3 prong and 4 tip cane feet can't maintain or support balance on the front of the cane feet. In order to maintain balance you have to extend your arm away from your body and lean on or towards the cane handle because the front of the cane feet of single tip, 3 tip, 4 tip and quad cane feet can't maintain balance like a foot.
If you walk leaning towards a cane handle to maintain balance you must shorten your step, stride and gait and extend your arm away from your body to maintain balance. Your head stops being aligned and centered over your body and becomes positioned in front of the rest of your body. Your spine loses its natural alignment. The core muscles between your neck and waist that maintain the alignment of your spine and your head over your shoulders stop engaging when your head stops being positioned over your body and you become more bent over with time. Making you look older and feel older.
You are the way you walk. If you walk with your head upright with your arms close to your side you have better balance and more stability and can maintain or regain a balanced, stable, step, stride and walking gait making you look younger and feel younger.
The only time you should look down when walking is when you are on the stairs. Making a transition from one surface height to another or on a uneven, wet, or slippery surface.
The 3rd Foot Cane is a Portfolio Member of The West Coast Consortium for Technology And Innovation.
Ardra Shephard included The 3rd foot Cane in her December 2021 Gift Guide For People With MS.
Stability is #1
Most canes offer a tip for support. Some offer 3 or 4 tips for you to balance your weight on. The Aligned As Designed Cane foot has the same proportions as your foot that maintains balance stability and upright posture from the back of the cane foot to the front of the cane foot like a foot.
A new angle for better posture
The angled cane shaft is adjusted to leg height and moves next to the outside of your body when walking. It maintains the same angle as your leg when walking helping keep your center of gravity over your feet.
The bottom of the cane foot is designed with SureGrip support Technology that has been carefully shaped to help maintain balance and stability when walking on indoor and outdoor surfaces.
The contact area of the cane foot is contoured to provide linear support up through the shoulders helping keep your head centered and aligned between your shoulders.
Patented Length Ratios Provide a Comfortable Gait
The 3rd Foot Cane's angled shaft and carefully tuned lengths in front of and behind the cane shaft helps keep you stable and upright when walking forward, and on the stairs.
The line-of-support running from the ground contact point up through the body is constantly changing. Moving with your body to help maintain balance, upright posture and stability.
As you move forward, the cane foot moves with you next to the outside of your leg like a 3rd Foot that provides a second point of contact.
The 3rd foot Cane lets you keep your arm next to your side when walking. The cane foot maintains your core balance by acting like a 3rd Foot.
At just over 20 ounces, it's easy to use and carry.
The foot of the Aligned As Designed Cane has been engineered as a hollow reinforced structure, which allows a generous landing area without the associated weight of traditional quad canes.
A standard single point cane weighs about 15 ounces. The 3 tip, 4 tip and prong canes weights between 18 and 22 ounces. A typical quad cane can weight 28 ounces. None of them maintain balance on the front of the cane foot. All of them force the arm and the cane foot to be extended away from the body and use the cane handle to maintain balance. They continuously misalign and force the body to move in ways that it was never designed for to allow the core muscles between the head and and waist and in-between the shoulders from engaging
The Aligned as Designed Cane foot moves, pivots and maintains contact with the ground like a foot when walking.
Full range of heights in one cane
The Aligned As Designed Cane's patented three-piece shaft design allows a generous height adjustment. Height adjustable from 29" or for people 4' 11" up to 39" for adults 6' 4". It's perfect for younger users and growing teens.
The height can be adjusted when climbing or descending stairs, or sitting down on a low sofa or getting up from a chair.
A durable core with a resilient cover provides a silent yet confident grip.
The unique and patented SureGrip™ foot and handle are a two-part construction of a rigid core with a resilient over-molded rubber. The generous rubber sleeve is made of a soft yet durable synthetic rubber built to withstand the rigors of daily use. Treads defined in the bottom of the foot help push away fluids for a more secure grip on wet surfaces.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Thank you for choosing Aligned as Designed! We strive to design and create products that are as durable as they are functional. Some normal wear-and-tear is to be expected; however, our quality-assurance process helps us to manufacture and improve our products by balancing performance, durability, and sustainability. That's why we offer a limited lifetime warranty on all our products!
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Walk Upright With The 3rd Foot Cane
The 3rd Foot Cane vs. Three-Prong Canes
Single point, 3 tip, 3 prong and 4 tip canes use the cane handle to maintain your balance
The 3rd Foot Cane Uses The Cane Foot to Maintain Balance
The 3rd Foot Cane Foot Maintains Balance
The Difference Between the 3rd Foot Cane And Traditional Canes
The angled shaft and the offset cane foot of the 3rd Foot Cane stay in contact with the ground from heel to toe helping maintain the body's balance, vertical alignment and stability.
See the difference between Traditional Canes and the 3rd Foot Cane by Aligned as Designed.