Roy Feder, 25, lives in Ramat Gan.
Roy is a musician, and he creates, writes, and composes music. From a young age, Roy was always in shape and played all kinds of sports- Thai boxing, running, marathon training, and more. When he enlisted in the army, he served in combat engineering. Roy was injured during a training exercise and completely dislocated his knee and crushed his femur. Roy went through surgery during which the worn-out cartilage was removed, and several drillings were performed on the bone to repair the fractures. Following the injury, some nerve damage was discovered, which prevented Roy from controlling his leg and stepping on it stably. Today Roy works very hard to get back to walking and controlling his leg.
The challenge: Stabilizing on stage
After discovering that the world of music gives him so much strength, Roy decided he wanted to perform and focus on his pursuit of playing and writing music. Roy plays several instruments and would like to play them comfortably and safely on stage. Roy wants the ability to move around the stage without the need to stabilize himself with the help of a crutch. Roy is looking for a solution with which he can stand up and, feel supported, move around safely on stage- without having to use his hands for support.