Amputee Coalition of America


Amputee Coalition of America
Amputee Coalition of America is listed in the Prosthetic Devices category in Knoxville, Tennessee. Displayed below are the social networks for Amputee Coalition of America which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Amputee Coalition of America on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

Contact information for Amputee Coalition of America is:
900 E Hill Ave
Knoxville, TN 37915
(865) 524-8772
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Tina wrote--So thankful for this group! You guys have no idea idea how helpful you have been over this past year. This has been a crazy journey and it's nice to know you're not in it alone. Now for my lengthy post/question.. My brother had a work accident one year ago last December. He was recovering well, practically running on his prosthetic up until November. He ended up requiring another surgery due to muscle moving and his bone needing be cut a little more. Of course his settlement was completed about 2 weeks prior to the decision from his MD to have another surgery. He has been off work since January (he has a manual labor job and can't return until he back on a prosthetic.. looking like that will be April). He currently lives with family so finances have not been a concern this go around, however, my concern is what he will do in the future when he has a mortgage, family, etc. Are there insurance policies or anything he can obtain for future surgeries and missing 3-4 months of work? Thanks in advance for any tips/advice!

Jeremy wrote--What are people's thoughts on the Pro-flex XC? Prosthetist is recommending it since a lot of his patients like it, and it gives free vaccuum. I previously found the Harmony P3 incredibly high-maintenance and unreliable, plus it will be nice for room for a good shock absorber/torque. Trying the foot out this week but just want thoughts on how it is long-term/reliability/etc. Thanks!

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The Amputee Coalition empowers people affected by limb loss and limb difference to live well. Our Communications Coordinator – Level 3 helps ensure we communicate in powerful, effective and meaningful ways that truly change lives.

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