What's Being Done to Help Ukrainian War Amputees?

What’s Being Done to Help Ukrainian War Amputees?

Roughly 1,000 amputees are awaiting treatment at a government hospital in Kyiv—and only three prosthetists are on duty. US prosthetists ...
Friendship After Limb Loss Is a Two-Way Street

Friendship After Limb Loss Is a Two-Way Street

Alexandra Boutté felt especially vulnerable in the months after her amputation. But instead of donning emotional armor, she maintained friendships ...

ROMP's Climbing Team Sets Its Sights High

ROMP’s Climbing Team Sets Its Sights High

ROMP’s annual Cotopaxi expedition will include Paralympians, models, social media stars, and other celebrities of the amputee community ...

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Kicking for Kids Who Can’t Kick-a-Thon to Be Held October 18

The Kicking for Kids Who Can't Kick-a-Thon event will be held at Constitution Gardens on the National Mall in Washington, ...
Amputee Rider Finds Support, Positivity, and Camaraderie at End of Trail

Amputee Rider Finds Support, Positivity, and Camaraderie at End of Trail

Photograph by Kate Eng. Nearly 600 high school riders from 55 schools took to the trails on September 21 for ...

UMich Seeking Volunteers for Upper-Limb Prosthetics Survey

Researchers at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, are continuing to seek volunteers to take an online survey relating to ...

High Heels a Snap with New Prosthetic Foot

A team that includes U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) researchers is developing a new prosthetic foot that will give ...

Research Will Focus on Nondrug Approaches to Pain

Thirteen research projects totaling approximately $21.7 million over five years will explore nondrug approaches to managing pain and related health ...

Yoga May Help Train the Brain to Control a Prosthesis

New research by biomedical engineers at the University of Minnesota (U of M), Minneapolis, shows that people who practice yoga ...

Grants Will Support Disabled Veterans in Adaptive Sports

Secretary of Veterans Affairs (VA) Robert A. McDonald announced the award of approximately $8 million in grants to provide adaptive ...

Joshua Mullen, CPO, Honored for Work Helping Individuals with Disabilities

Joshua Mullen, CPO, has received the Faxton Cup Award from the Regional Rehabilitation Center at Faxton St. Luke's Healthcare (FSLH), ...


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