I am a 65 year old beneficiary and recipient of an inherited non-fatal neuromuscular disease known as Kennedy's Disease. I have been
a daily cane user since 2002 when the good folks at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD advised me to start
using a cane 100% of the time or face falling, resulting in serious injury!
Like you or your loved one, I have suffered through the inevitable hassles of daily cane dependency. How many times have you had
to deal with retrieving your cane that has dropped to the floor? Do you know what it feels like to have your cane slip on a wet
floor, with you following close behind? Have you entered a building with a self-closing door and gotten your cane tip stuck under
the bottom of that door? Try to wrangle that free without losing your balance. Have you stopped walking on the beach because your
cane was useless? And most importantly of all, have you ever fallen and struggled to get back up because you did not have the necessary
leverage to get back on your feet? If any of these incidents sound familiar, or if you can picture a loved one in one of these circumstances,
please take a few minutes to review our website — doing so may very well allow you to reclaim the ease of mobility that so many
take for granted!
I used prototype models of a new cane design for over two years and we have finally perfected a design that frees me
of the hassles associated with daily cane dependency. Now we would like to share these advantages with others. The new design is
called the Liberty Cane and a Patent is pending on its unique design. Please take the time out of your busy schedule to compare
the benefits and quality of the Liberty Cane to your current cane. If you still are not convinced that the Liberty Cane will enhance
your mobility, please send me your concerns and questions in an email. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
and I'd be delighted to speak with you directly.
John A. Coakley, Sr.