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We understand that when someone finds out amputation is the only option; it can be a very difficult experience. However, it’s important to start your therapy even before your limb has been removed. By starting therapy before an amputation, you are giving your body a chance to start building up strength to compensate for the loss of the limb. This in turn will help reduce stress on other parts of your body helping to reduce future injury. Our amputation therapists are here to guide you through to a successful transition with your new prosthetic.
This is not only an extremely challenging time physically but mentally as well, causing increases in anxiety and depression. Another benefit in choosing Sheltering Arms is that we have dedicated psychologists in-house that specializes in the treatment of people who have experienced a traumatic injury. Contact us to learn more about all of our services that can help you along the way.
Regardless of the type of amputation that you or a loved one has experienced or is expecting in the near future, we have the technology & know-how to help you find the Power to Overcome™. Below is a list of amputations that we can help treat at our clinics.
The type of amputation will directly impact the type of therapy you will need. After your physical evaluations are complete, your therapist will go over all of your treatment options. Here are a few types of treatments that you could receive at Sheltering Arms.
Sheltering Arms and Sheltering Arms Institute offer a monthly Amputee Support Group for patients and community members.
If you have questions about which amputation therapy services are appropriate for you, complete the contact form below or call (804) 764-1000.
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Aside from offering the most advanced care at our outpatient amputee therapy centers, we can also accommodate your inpatient rehab needs at Sheltering Arms Institute. Learn more about Sheltering Arms Institute by clicking the button below.