The aftermath of a loss can affect different people in vastly different ways. That’s why we don’t have a one-size-fits-all approach. We get to know the person and their story. From here, we rebuild, retrain, and rehabilitate.
Our therapists work collaboratively with your prosthetist to provide feedback on fit, mobility, and support of your prosthetic device. Our therapists challenge the body with activities to improve overall function, stability, and mobility. We simulate safe real-life scenarios.
What makes our Limb Loss program different:
- Interventions to improve function, stability, and mobility of residual limb
- A collaborative approach with you and your prosthetist to increase functional potential of prosthesis
- Paired with Gait & Balance Training and/or Arm & Hand Motor Training programs
- Activity-based therapy that retrains and promotes sensory/motor recovery
- Therapy that prioritizes skills for daily independence and safety
- An approach centered on neurological recovery, function, and wellness.
- Continuous feedback and active communication
If you or your loved one has experienced a loss of a limb, we have a comprehensive program, ready to help. Contact us to learn more.
After an initial evaluation by the PT / OT /SLP, we recommend a treatment plan. The plan is unique to the client—their goals and needs, plus the therapist’s findings and knowledge. The frequency and duration of therapy sessions are based on the physician’s prescription and recommended treatment plan.
All About YOU
Gait and balance disturbances can look different across the board. That’s why we don’t start with a diagnosis, but with the person. We learn about their hobbies and what they love about life. Whether it’s verbal or physical, we work toward goals with a determined mindset—always in a uniquely customized way.
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“A big piece of what I like to do is standing,” Cameron says. “Every time, it’s a rush.”See Cameron’s Story
“Some people ask why I’m still doing therapy,” Amber says. “I tell them this place isn’t your typical therapy.”See Amber’s Story
Jeff refuses to let life in a wheelchair place barriers around him. Our team refuses the same.See Jeff’s Story
As a person with boundless energy, Dave was unsatisfied with routine, low-energy therapy. He craved something more dynamic, where people pushed him harder.See Dave’s Story
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