Amputee Educational Video Series

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The Amputee Coalition has produced an educational video series that will help amputees,their family members and caregivers on many different topics. These videos were created with the help of many of our wonderful volunteers and hospital partners.

Amputees’ Balance – Getting Started: The Ball-Rolling Exercise

Published 7/13/2015 - Struggling with balance and mobility? In this video, Dr. Carol Miller, professor of physical therapy at the ...continue.

Amputees’ Balance – Taking It to the Next Level: The Cup-Walking Exercise

Published 7/13/2015 - It’s time to take it to the next level with your balance and mobility when using your ...continue.

Cooking Tips for Upper-Limb Amputees

Published 7/13/2015 - Do you have upper-limb loss and find yourself struggling in the kitchen when preparing a meal? Deborah ...continue.

How to Make Better Food Choices…and Why It Matters as an Amputee

Published 7/13/2015 - As an amputee with limited mobility, you are at higher risk for disease. It is extremely important ...continue.

How to Request a Certified Peer Visitor

Published 7/14/2015 - Talking with another amputee can give you much-needed encouragement and support. You’ve heard about the benefits of ...continue.

How to talk about chronic pain

Published 12/6/2018 - It can be difficult to describe symptoms of pain to a medical provider. This video can help ...continue.

Living With Limb Loss: What Amputees Can Expect During the First Six Months Post-Surgery

Published 7/14/2015 - The first six months post-surgery will be full of challenges. This is the period of time where ...continue.

The Benefits of a Certified Peer Visitor

Published 7/13/2015 - Living with limb loss can be challenging. You have questions, concerns, and can feel alone in the ...continue.

The Benefits of a Certified Peer Visitor (Spanish)

Published  7/13/2015 - Living with limb loss can be challenging. You have questions, concerns, and can feel alone in the ...continue.

Tips on improving your gait

Published 12/6/2018 - How do you know when your gait is “normal”? Check out these tips from a Physical Therapist ...continue.