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Amputee rehabilitation programmes (residential)

Summary

Amputee rehabilitation programmes (residential)

The loss of a limb can be hard to come to terms with and the correct fitting of prosthesis is vital. In addition, it is very important to learn how to use the new limb correctly and to build up the necessary muscles required to support it. Residential rehabilitation programmes can offer very significant benefits to those keen to increase their mobility, as well as experienced amputees who may wish to progress to the optimum prosthesis (such as microprocessor controlled prostheses) and training for their chosen lifestyle activities.

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