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Benefits at a glance
Less pain. More life.
The Agilium Freestep is the osteoarthritis pain reliever you can wear. Osteoarthritis patients can consume as many as 2,000 pain relieving pills per year costing between $500 and $5,000. These over-the-counter and prescription pain relievers come with side effects; while the only side effect of the Agilium Freestep is more life!
Fits well under clothes
Many osteoarthritis devices claim to fit under clothes, but the Agilium Freestep is the only device that discreetly fits under clothes with ease. And, without knee joints to rub against clothing, the Agilium Freestep won’t damage your clothes.
The Agilium Freestep is ideal for all day and everyday use. At about the weight of a tennis racquet, the Agilium Freestep seemingly disappears when applied. It allows patients to wear the device for longer periods of time without even realizing it.
Knee braces can feel constricting, especially when sitting between activities. The Agilium Freestep is applied at the foot, not the knee, and allows patients the freedom to sit and stand throughout the day with ease.
The Agilium Freestep is applied like a shoe making it easily applied for everyday use. The single strap reduces application complexity and time to ensure you are on your way more quickly in the Agilium Freestep.
Is Agilium Freestep right for me?
The Agilium Freestep is designed for medial or lateral knee osteoarthritis. Your physician can provide an exact diagnosis. However, the majority of folks with knee osteoarthritis have medial indication. This means the bones of the joint are creating pressure on the inside of the knee joint. Patients with this condition are typically bow-legged. Alternatively, a small percentage of patients have lateral knee osteoarthritis; meaning their bones rub on the outside of the knee joint. These patients are often knock-kneed.