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Meet Paul Deines, Member of LIM359-Denver!

Paul Deines has been an enthusiastic, 50-something member of LIM359 for the past year. He has been living with with limb loss since 2011 when, after stepping on a nail, infection swept through his foot. In just over a month, … Continue reading

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Amputee Coalition 2015 National Conference Program

Preliminary Conference Program Updated! Check out our Web site for a peek at the updated program for the Amputee Coalition 2015 National Conference. Once again, our Conference will feature the following sessions/clinics: “Living With Your Level of Limb Loss” sessions … Continue reading

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Would you like to share YOUR story? Rich is here to help!

Calling all Lim359 members! My name is Rich Moreno, and I’ve been an official member of Lim359 since last December. I am a writer by trade and am offering my services to our group. My goal is to write brief bios … Continue reading

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Photos from Dinner at Cinzzetti’s in Denver

Check out photos from our dinner at Cinzzetti’s in Denver on January 24, 2015 here.

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Expanding to Florida: LIM359-Tallahassee to Host 1st Event in February

We are very excited to announce that LIM359 now has a chapter in Tallahassee, Florida!  LIM359-Tallahassee is lead by Whitney Harris who was a founding member of our original chapter in Denver, Colorado.   The first activity will be held in … Continue reading

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Hopfest 2014

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The Influence of Goals on Early Adaptation to Lower-Limb Amputations

The O&P Edge recently published a really interesting article about how patients ranked goals soon after amputation. The highest ratings were found with the following goals: Being healthy (4.65). Keeping up my self-confidence (4.50). Treating others fairly (4.47).1 By contrast, … Continue reading

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