Young male patient sitting on bed had lower part of right leg amputated and wrapped. heatlhcare worker sitting in front of him showing him the prothestis

Limb Loss Management Program

Losing an arm, leg, foot or hand is a challenge on many levels – medically, psychologically, and physically. Successful treatment and recovery requires a multifaceted, integrated approach. CMC's Limb Loss Management Program offers comprehensive care during a patient’s early limb loss stage, through recovery and beyond. 

Our program can be a resource for you wherever you are in your journey. You will find the education, support and care you need when considering life with limb loss at each phase of your recovery to help you live a full, active life.

This program draws on the medical resources of CMC and the clinical excellence of Next Step Bionics and Prosthetics, Inc., a national leader in prosthetic care focused on patient satisfaction. If you are a candidate for a prosthesis, whether you are looking to continue
participation in competitive spor ts or hoping to find comfort in everyday tasks, we want you to find the functionality and flexibility you need with a fit that offers exceptional ease of use. 

Schedule a consultation with a referral from your healthcare provider, or for additional information, please call 603.641.6700.

Diagnosis, Treatment & Technologies

Inpatient Limb Loss Care

CMC offers exceptional vascular and surgical care for people with amputations. As soon as you are admitted, you will be cared for by our interdisciplinary Limb Loss Management Care Team to work with you on your treatment plan and goals to prepare you for your next level of care. We provide a medically supervised, safe environment for your surgical recovery. 

Interdisciplinary Team Approach

CMC’s Limb Loss Management Program harnesses the community resources and expertise of an exceptional group of professionals who work together as a dedicated team to provide you with individualized attention and help you feel like you again!

  • Physicians
  • Wound Specialists
  • Nurses
  • Physical Therapists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Behavioral Health Counselors
  • Social Workers
  • Registered Dietitians
  • Prosthetists
  • Health Educators
  • Peer Support Personnel

Outpatient Limb Loss Care

Managing an amputation is a life-long experience. That’s why your continuum of care under the Limb Loss Management Program extends well beyond your hospital stay and throughout the stages of your recovery. CMC Outpatient Rehabilitation Services picks up your interdisciplinary care once you are discharged from the hospital and will help you work toward your recovery goals.

CMC Outpatient Rehabilitation Services Include:

  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Nurse Care Management
  • Physiatry
Our skilled staff works with you to address your individualized needs for returning to daily life at home, at work, or in the community. Our therapists will work closely with you and your prosthetist to assist in your limb care and attaining independence through your prosthetic management and functional mobility skills. 

Interdisciplinary Limb Loss Clinic

Whether living with your amputation is new to you or you have a long history, our interdisciplinary Limb Loss Clinic is designed to help you and your family meet the challenges you face and to assist you in maintaining an independent and healthy lifestyle. 

Limb Loss Clinic screenings at CMC Outpatient Rehab include meeting with:

  • Medical provider
  • Physical therapist 
  • Nurse case manager
  • Dietitian
  • Prosthetist from Next Step Bionics and Prosthetics, Inc.
We assess your abilities, psychosocial concerns and healthcare needs including skin care management, safe functional mobility, and your prosthesis use or candidacy. Screenings may result in a referral to a specialist to address your individual healthcare and mobility concerns. 

Your healthcare provider can refer you to CMC’s Interdisciplinary Limb Loss Clinic during hospital discharge,  home or outpatient care or long-term healthcare follow-up appointments. 

Of seven in world with LUKE Arm

six linked to Manchester

Until recently, the technology available for upper-extremity amputees was strikingly similar to what was offered to Civil War soldiers in battlefield hospitals.

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New advanced prosthetic arms

CMC is excited to share a new opportunity for our Amputee Management Program and Outpatient Rehabilitation Services. CMC has worked with Next Step Bionics & Prosthetics, Inc. in developing our Amputee Management Program. Now, we are partnering on the LUKE arm project. 

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