Smart Crutch Tips

Protect your work and patient by controlling axial load
How It Works
The doctor sets the program to increase the axial load
As the patient walks, data about the weight-bearing status are sent to the doctor phone and PC
The patient adjusts the load in accordance with the recommendations
The doctor monitors how the patient loads the leg. If necessary, they adapt the program
ComeBack Mobility^ allows a doctor to:
Set and control axial load
Remotely monitor the patient's activity
Identify the causes of complaints of pain and swelling
Empower the patient in their rehabilitation
Video Instructions
How to start using ComeBack Mobility^ smart tips for crutches: a guide for orthopedic surgeons. All the way from setting up the crutch tips to using the device
Walking with crutches in a correct way with the help of load control based on the smartphone app feedback
Doctor's Benefits
Auto Monitoring
The ability to control the restoring functions of support and walking
Legal protection
Patients neglecting recommendations evidence base
Decreasing patients anxiety by addressing their rehabilitation concerns
Reduce the risk
of patient's complications and come them back to mobility
What Experts Say
Rehabilitation goes more effectively when it's possible to control the load on the part of both a patient and a doctor

Oleg Nehanevich
Doctor of Medical Science

There is a mutual interest of both doctor and patient to make the load timely and dosed, however, every patient has a subjective perception of weight

Goreglyad Alexey
Orthopedic traumatologist of the highest category
Frequently asked questions
Our smart crutch tips provide a more accurate measure of weight bearing than any other device attached to the injured leg
How accuracy is measured:
When walking on crutches, there is a moment during which the healthy leg is completely lifted off the ground and the entire load is distributed between the crutches and the injured leg. If we know the patient's weight, then we can "count" how much weight falls on the crutches, subtract it from the patient's body weight and get the amount of load that fell on the injured leg. Example: if the patient's weight is 80 kg and during a step he transferred 60 kg to crutches, then there was a pressure of 20 kg on the sore leg.

The idea of attaching smart tips to crutches was tested with real patients and, unlike insoles, it turned out to be:
1. More durable - 2 years of use; 2. Available to consumers of any age and shoe size; 3. Easier and cheaper to implement, which means our final product will be offered at an affordable price; 4. Fit the reusable model - after one patient has rehabilitated, the smart crutch tips can be used by another patient.
How accurate is the data collected from the smart crutch devices?
The error of weight sensors is less than 100 grams. We have calculated everything for safe use and a speedy recovery.
Minimum and maximum weight bearing thresholds
Initial weight bearing can be set at 10-50% body weight (BW). We have empirically set the maximum threshold at 80% BW. After that, the patient is likely to switch to a cane.
What pathologies is it used for?
Arthroscopy, knee, hip & ankle endoprosthetics, corrective osteotomy, chondroplasty, complex reconstructive surgery.
Ankle, femoral and tibial fractures; broken foot.

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Smart tips for crutches to control the load on the injured leg during rehabilitation
ComeBack Mobility Inc.
610 W. Broadway
Jackson, WY 83001
Suite 201
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