Our first cover subject of 2022, amputee model Kayla Maria G, doesn’t merely break boundaries. She vaporizes them. You’ll find walls crumbling throughout this issue of Amplitude.
Amputee admirals in the 19th-century British Navy were judged not by their disabilities but by their abilities. Few institutions in today's society can make the same claim.
In families with an amputee member, limb difference tends to reinforce positive values and encourage all family members, not just the one(s) with limb difference, to take people as they come.
The July 2021 issue of Amplitude, the nation's top amputee lifestyle magazine, features articles on the Paralympics, prosthetist Francois Van Der Watt, mobile prosthetic clincs, and more.
The May 2021 issue of Amplitude, the nation's top amputee lifestyle magazine, features articles on amputee travel, world explorer Albert Lin, adventure sports, and more.
his issue’s cover subject, Damian Kevitt, lost his right leg in a bicycle-auto accident in 2013. Within a few months he was turning pedals again, determined to finish the ride on which he’d been injured. Completing that journey, Kevitt says, helped him regain a sense of wholeness in his body and his life.