Peak Prosthetic Performance

by Arm Dynamics, on Dec 17, 2012 12:00:00 AM

(This article originally appeared in Volume XXVIII, No. 23 of the Advance for Occupational Therapy Practitioners)

People with upper-limb amputation or congenital upper-limb difference face challenges specific to their diagnosis and level of limb loss. These include functional limitations, psychosocial concerns and physical problems, all of which are further complicated by a lack of knowledge about or access to the specialized care that could help them the most. The complex array of needs for this patient population calls for specialized prosthetic and therapeutic intervention in order to achieve a maximum level of rehabilitation.

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