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