Speaking to another amputee can make a real difference to your recovery and ease your concerns. We call this type of assistance Peer Support.
Following surgery, you will need time to recover. It is also a time to set goals about your journey ahead. Here, we help to guide you through the process to navigate your pathways forward.
Effectively managing your short and long term health will lead to better outcomes and prevent future problems.
Getting the right kind of prosthesis to suit your lifestyle needs and daily level of activity is important.
People are often concerned about the costs involved in getting a prosthesis. In Australia, there are a number of different funding schemes and it can be easy to get confused and to know what you are eligible for.
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Ian is a below-knee amputee and a valuable member of the amputee community.
Nicole had been in Bali for just six hours when she was caught up in one of the explosions.
Each day I face the same two key challenges, these being complete blindness and a below-the-knee amputation.
Elly’s Limb Deficiency Story
Richard McCarthy a man on a mission. Richard shares his personal journey of amputation and his continued love for adventure
Glenn Bedwell speaks of his journey with osseointegration including the positives, negatives and everything in between.
John Keighran shares his story of amputation, so that others living with diabetes can be sure to keep an eye on any bodily changes.
South Australian, Peter Stringer, first became an amputee in 2016 after losing his right leg due to Type 2 Diabetes.
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