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Flex Stick Walking Cane

  • Published: 2010-08-05 (Revised/Updated 2011-04-07) : Author: www.ranjam.net
  • Synopsis: Free standing tripod based walking cane that enhances stability throughout the normal gait cycle.

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RANjAM, LLC Announces Release of 'Revolutionary Walking Cane' - The 'flex-stick' will change the way people view traditional Walking Canes.

RANjAM, LLC, a Texas based Limited Liability Company, has begun accepting orders of their new style walking cane, the 'flex-stick'.

Flex-stick is a free-standing, tripod based walking cane that 'enhances stability throughout the normal gait cycle', so says, Marketing VP, Jamie Jordan.

What makes the 'flex-stick' unique is its three (3) spring-loaded legs are independently capable of reacting to changes in both the angle of the cane and also with uneven ground surfaces.

The base and leg bodies are extremely light weight and designed with both function and aesthetics in mind.

The result is a walking cane that is 'free-standing', attractive, and enhances the users' ability his or her world. First shipments are scheduled for August 16.

Designed to Enhance Mobility

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"I was frustrated with my patients' use and misuse of four legged quad-cane", so says company President and Physical Therapist, Randy Misenheimer.

"After years of watching people struggle with their existing canes, I thought, 'There just has to be a better way'. Thus, the 'flex-stick' has come to be after several years of development.

It is also exciting that users of single point canes love the 'flex-stick' as well, because it stands by its self and is attractive and light weight."

US Patent Pending.

For more information, Contact:

Jamie Jordan, (817)-305-1754
RANjAM, LLC
PO Box 3504; Grapevine
TX 76099-3504
jamie@ranjam.net
www.ranjam.net

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