Amputee Rehabilitation

The Amputee Program at Texas Rehabilitation Hospital of Fort Worth provides comprehensive services to meet the medical and functional needs of individuals who have undergone an amputation of a limb. By providing a minimum of 3 hours of therapy 5 days a week, with additional weekend therapies, our rehabilitation team works closely with each patient to help restore strength and confidence, regain function and mobility to return to an independent and rewarding life.

 Program Features:

  • Dedicated Multi-Disciplinary Treatment Team that includes the following, but not limited to:
    • Patient and Family
    • Physiatrist (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physician)
    • Consulting Physician Specialists
    • Prosthetist/Orthotist
    • Rehabilitation Nurses to Provide 24-Hour Nursing Care
    • Psychologists to Assist with Behavioral, Emotional, and Social Issues
    • Physical Therapist to Assist with Increasing Strength and Mobility
    • Occupational Therapist to Assist with Increasing Everyday Living Skills
    • Case Manager to Assist with Discharge Planning
    • Dietitian to Provide Nutrition Education and Counseling
  • Beautifully Appointed Private Rooms with Private Bathrooms and Internet Connection
  • State-of-the-Art Technology
  • Community Re-Integration Focus
  • Involvement with the Amputee Support Team
  • Wound and Skin Management
  • Pain Management
  • Prosthetic Prescription/Fitting
  • Patient and Family Education
  • Multi-Purpose Lounge
  • Transitional Living Suite - Designed to Simulate a Home Environment