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The goal of New England Sinai Hospital's Outpatient Amputation Rehabilitation Program is to maximize our amputee patients' level of functional independence to be consistent with the demands of their community environment. The program places a strong emphasis on patient and family education and advocacy to achieve successful outcomes.
Our Amputation Rehabilitation Program helps adults who have suffered the loss of a limb regain their independence.
The Amputation Rehabilitation Program at New England Sinai Hospital provides a patient/family-focused program of education and treatment that emphasizes our patients' unique strengths, abilities and preferences.
Comprehensive care may include:
Our on-site Amputee Clinic identifies and meets prosthetic prescription and training. The Program also facilitates community integration and participation in life roles through participation of our patients in our Simulated Living Center.
The Prosthetic Clinic, which is offered through the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation is available to all patients who have experienced an amputation as a result of illness or injury. Each patient is thoroughly evaluated by a Physiatrist, a physician specializing in physical medicine & rehabilitation, a certified prosthetist, and a physical therapist. The team works closely with the patient to prescribe and fit an appropriate prosthesis, and to develop a management plan that meets the total needs of the patient, and focuses on maximizing overall independence and mobility. When needed, referrals can be made to other on-site resources including, occupational therapy, nutritional counseling, and a certified wound care nurse specialist.
For information about Outpatient Amputation Therapy at New England Sinai Hospital, call 781-297-1383 or Contact us.