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  1. Who Says I Can t?: A Two-Time Cancer-Surviving Amputee and Entrepreneur Who Fought Back, Survived and Thrived by Jothy Rosenberg, 2010-02-01
  2. Living with a Below-Knee Amputation: A Unique Insight from a Prosthetist/Amputee by Richard Lee Riley CPBS, 2005-03-28
  3. It's Just a Matter of Balance: A Very Personal Story Of Amputee Rehabilitation, An Autobiography, Prosthetic Education, Inspirational, Useful Story For Clinicians, And The Teenage Student by Kevin S. Garrison, 2005-09-19
  4. A LIFE RECLAIMED: How A Quadruple Amputee Regained Control Of Her Life
  5. The Psychological Rehabilitation of the Amputee by Lawrence W. Friedmann, 1978-06
  6. Without Regret: A Handbook for Owners of Canine Amputees by Susan Neal, 2002-07
  7. Therapy for Amputees
  8. The Troublesome Amputee by John Edward Lawson, 2006-06-30
  9. Amputees and Devotees by Grant C. Riddle, 1990-07
  10. You're Not Alone: With the Stories of 38 Remarkable Amputees Who Conquered the Challenges of a Lifetime by John Sabolich, 1996-03
  11. The Troublesome Amputee: Scarred Edition by John Edward Lawson, 2006-12-01
  12. Pre- and Post-Operative Services for the Amputee with Diabetes: What the health care provider needs to know to prepare and care for amputee patients by Sander Nassan, 2007-06-04
  13. The Leg and I : A Rollicking Autobiography of an Amputee by Marcia H. Porter, 1990-03
  14. Rehabilitation of Lower Limb Amputees by Unnamed Unnamed, 1977

1. Amputee Coalition Of America, ACA
amputee Coalition of America is a national nonprofit organization providing extensive resources, peer support, outreach and education to individual amputees
Your browser does not support script Date IN THE NEWS... ON OUR SITE... ACA NEWSFLASH Read the latest information, articles and hot topics related to amputees and those dealing with the effects of limb loss. Home Search Site Map Contact Us ... Amputee Coalition of America Phone: 1-888-AMP-KNOW /* You may give each page an identifying name, server, and channel on the next lines. */ var pageName = ""; /**** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE! ****/ var code = ' '; Site Traffic Analysis Script Site Traffic Analysis Script Site Traffic Analysis Script document.write(' '); document.write('>'); Site Traffic Analysis Script

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3. American Amputee Soccer Association
The American amputee Soccer Association porvides an opportunity for recreational soccer programs for men, women and children on the local and regional levels, and competitive programs to the Find
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An Issue of Sticks
World Amputee Football Federation
Becomes New World Governing Body
Irate Delegates Disband IAFF
The International Amputee Football Federation is no more. In a short, sharp meeting at the recent international tournament in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, delegates representing amputee soccer on four continents delivered a stinging rejection of the IAFF's leadership and administration. The delegates' discontent was so profound that after a very brief discussion they voted unanimously to disband the organization. Former IAFF President Thomas Feller After delivering the fatal vote, and ignoring the protests of former IAFF President Thomas Feller, the national represen-tatives simply walked out of the Congress meeting and went home. Delegates reported that concerns about the Moscow-based IAFF developed after the 2001 World Cup in Brazil. Those concerns became critical after both on-the-field and election irregularities at the 2002 World Championships in Sochi, Russia. When contacted to confirm the fall of IAFF, Ms. Tanya Reshetina of the Russian Football Federation responded, "Yes, the IAFF has been dissolved. It no longer exists."

4. MTB-Amputee
mtb pictures and information on amputee mountain biking and cycling. Includes arm amputees, leg amputees, prosthetic limbs and devices, mountain bike modifications, mountain biking skills, and MTB amputee. Home. History Mission MTB-amputee is an informal organization of amputee mountain biking and cycling enthusiasts that was created by Victor
MTB Amputee
Arm Amputees
Leg Amputees ...
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MTB-Amputee is an informal organization of amputee mountain biking and cycling enthusiasts that was created by Victor Walther.
This site is intended to encourage and inform both amputees and the general public in regards to prosthetic and mountain bike innovations and modifications as well as mountain biking and cycling skills and technique.
MTB-AMPUTEE includes pictures and information on a variety of amputee mountain bikers and cyclists, encouraging ALL amputee cyclists to participate regardless of age, gender, race, nationality, ability, or disability.
The information and services provided by MTB-Amputee are free of charge. There are no membership fees or special requirements to participate, just a willingness to encourage, inspire, and share information with others.
Additionally, because most prosthetic modifications and devices used in mountain biking and cycling can be adapted and applied towards many uses, MTB-Amputee has included special pages dedicated to amputee motorcyclist all terrain vehicle , and snowmobile enthusiasts.

5. 6480 Wayzata Blvd
It is our mission to disseminate timely and useful information, to perform charitable services, and to conduct research to enhance productivity and quality of life of amputees in America.
Published articles of interest History and Prosthetics The Future in Prosthetics Certification in Prosthetics Computer controlled legs MAS above knee socket design Amputee Advocacy: What's Needed? Amputee communications Amputee Awareness Week Amputee's role in rehabilitation
First and oldest on-line information resource for amputee rehabilitation
2324 Wildwood Trail, Suite F104, Minnetonka, MN 55305
Phone/Voice Mail: On Request
On-line consultation for..... Prosthetics Internet resources Peer counseling Publications Video Amputee life-styles Amputees in the media Other mobility aids (crutches)
It is our mission to disseminate timely and useful
information, to perform charitable services, and to
conduct research to enhance productivity and
quality of life for amputees in America
Amputee Resource Foundation of America, Inc. was established as a
501(c)3 tax exempt non-profit organization with the overall purpose of:
  • Reducing direct and indirect costs associated with limb loss.

6. Amputee Information Network
amputee Information Network. ICAN Child amputee Home Page. AMP-L Mailing List for adult amputees Home Page. Links other amputee and disability related web Pages.
Amputee Information Network
I-CAN Child Amputee Home Page
Mailing List for adult amputees Home Page
Mailing List for Arm Amputees
One Arm Dove Hunt Association
other Amputee and disability related web Pages

7. International Child Amputee Network
These pages will be continually updated, please come back often. This site is a member of WebRing. To browse visit Here. Return to amputee Information Network.
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The picture above explains better than words just what I-CAN is all about!
M y wife, Joyce who is a bilateral below elbow amputee since age six, and I have established I-CAN (International Child Amputee Network) an Internet mailing list to provide information and support contacts to children with absent or underdeveloped limbs and their parents. If you are a congenital amputee or became an amputee as a child, your counsel can help parents deal with a situation that leaves them lost and seeking knowledgeable information. Parents who have a child born with a limb difference or who lose a limb/s in childhood are starved for information. Pick up any book on disabled children and you will most often find limb defects not mentioned. If the subject is mentioned, it is touched on in a superficial manner. It is our hope that I-CAN will fill this void providing parents with a place to contact experienced parents and adults who grew up with a limb difference. To subscribe send a message to: In the body of your message put: SUBSCRIBE I-CAN Firstname Lastname What is an Internet Mailing List?

8. Eastern Amputee Golf Association
Offers tournaments, scholarships, golf clinics, photo gallery and results, membership information and links.
The Eastern Amputee Golf Association (EAGA) was formed by Bob Buck, retired National Amputee Golf Association's Eastern Trustee, and others who were interested in developing a regional amputee golf association. The EAGA was formed along the same guidelines as that of the National Amputee Golf Association (NAGA) but has its own Officers, Constitution, Bylaws, and Membership Dues. EAGA's prime purpose is to organize and conduct amputee golfing events and "Learn to Golf" clinics for any physically challenged individual, provide communication between its members and act as a bridge between its members and the National Association. The EAGA also assists NAGA in conducting the "First Swing" seminars for rehabilitation, parks and recreation, and golf professionals.
Bob Buck, Executive Director
First Swing Golf Clinics
About EAGA
Membership and Dues ...
Photo Gallery/Results
2004 EAGA Tournament Schedule Click on the Tournament Icon Above for the 2004 EAGA Tournament Lineup. SPECIAL NOTE: The New England Amputee Open has been cancelled and postponed until next year due to scheduling conflict beyond our control.

Welcome to! We are THE site for Above Knee amputees that want to not only walk, but to walk well, and to be comfortable! well as provide support for a variety of above knee
Welcome to™! We are THE site for Above Knee Amputees that want to not only walk, but to walk well, and to be comfortable! If you have been searching for information about above knee prosthetics, you don't have to look any further than this site! This site is maintained by amputees with help from their friends. This site's purpose is to help above knee amputees to achieve good results when they get their prosthesis. This site IS NOT maintained by any company or organization in the prosthetic industry. The money required to maintain this site is generated through advertisements on this site of products that™ finds beneficial to above knee amputees. We hope you find this site informative. We have added a new section to our site called . This is a section for amputees, by amputees. It will contain information about new technology amputees are successfully using, tips on how to take the stairs more easily, etc. Please check this site often, as we will be updating this section weekly. Also, feel free to email™

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Site providing information on prosthetic devices for amputees featuring the patented Pump It Up! socket,

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Disabled ice hockey. Training camps, news from around the world, events, articles and history.

12. Amputee Football
Article on amputee football featuring Pete Dawson from Hull. Includes history, the British team, the Hull team and information on the World Cup and European Championships.
Pete Dawson is a rarity, He comes from Hull and he has played football for England in a World Cup. Not many people from this fair City can say this. Pete has represented his country in Amputee Football, which is football played by sportsmen who have had the misfortune to have lost a limb.
The game began in El Salvador in the late 1970's, many soldiers and civilians had been unable to acquire artificial legs and were reliant on lightweight crutches for mobility. Eventually some of the Amputees began to play football using their crutches for mobility and good leg for kicking. News of the adapted sport spread throughout the World and through the influence of FIFA reached Europe in the mid 1980's. Amputees who had acquired an artificial leg remove this so that all Amputees compete on an equal basis of one leg and crutches for mobility. Pete himself only heard of the sport in 1989 and by this time around seventy players were registered in England. The game is played at a considerable speed and indeed some of the better players in England had been promising footballers before their misfortune. To enable kick-abouts able bodied players can become involved but can only use one leg or arm whilst playing. Amputees with only one arm are able to play in goal.
The England Team
Pete has been involved with the national squad throughout the 1990's and this has meant monthly trips to Manchester to practice with the squad. Locally there are three amputees in the county and they practice at the Walton Street Leisure centre weekly with the support of able bodied friends who participate in the kickabouts. Pete is very close to being able to forming a five a side team to represent the Hull/Humberside district and this would then be able to participate in games against other districts who could form a representative team. A tournament was being held in April featuring sides from Hull, Norwich and Manchester who also featured guest players from outside of their home districts. Ideally this will be followed by regular games against Norwich, possibly at Kings Lynne (a half way point for travelling).

13. Canadian Amputee Sports Association
CANADIAN amputee SPORTS ASSOCIATION, ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE DES SPORTS POUR AMPUTÉS. maintained by Scott Wennekes © 2001, Canadian amputee Sports Association.
217 Holmes Avenue
Willowdale, ON M2N 4M9
Telephone: 416-222-8625
Fax: 416-229-6547
E-mail: Eastern Vice-President
Chair, Golf Committee
Douglas Walker
507 Hawthorne Crescent
Milton ON L9T 4P8
Telephone: 905-878-8035
Fax: 905-878-7356 E-mail: Western Vice-President W. Robert Wade 428 Lake Bonavista Dr. S.E. Calgary, AB T2J 0M1 Telephone: 403-278-8772 Fax: 403-271-1920 Secretary Newfoundland Representative Gwen Alcock 55 Mortimore Drive Mount Pearl, Newfoundland A1N 3C3 Telephone: 709-364-1746 Fax: 709-364-2750 Treasurer Robert Fox 70 Sherwood Forest Trail Welland, ON L3C 5X6 Telephone: 905-735-5999 Fax: 905-735-4414 Chair, Sport Technical Committee Alan Dean 16 Mosaics Avenue Aurora, ON L4G 7L5

14. Alberta Amputee Sport And Recreation Association
15 th Annual Alberta amputee ProAm golf tournament. GO FLAMES GO!!! CANADIAN amputee NATIONAL HOCKEY TEAM

Congratulations Earle Connor
"Congratulations to Earle Connor, winner of the prestigeous World Laureus Sportsperson of the year with a Disability award"!!! Originally from Castlegar, Earle currently lives and trains in Calgary, Alberta. th Annual Alberta Amputee
ProAm golf tournament
It will be held at the Redwood Meadows golf course on Monday 28 th June, 2004 starting with a shotgun start at Players are encouraged to put teams together of one Pro, one Amputee and two Amateur players, or they can enter as a single, and we will put them on a team! A great fun day with lots of prizes and surprises! For more information and registration forms please
go to the "Events Page." " NEW* Golf Coaching Clinics Under a new initiative, sponsored jointly by the and the Federal Government – Sport Canada , we are very excited to run a new amputee golf coaching clinic and playing lesson, for all amputee golfers in the Province, wishing to learn how to play golf, or to improve on their game.

15. Welcome To The Amputee WEB Site!!!
amputee FIRE FIGHTER PLAYS ROLE IN CALIFORNIA DISASTER. See More amputee News Items in amputee Online Newswire. This page was last updated 1/22/04.
Amputee WEB Site Welcome What Amputee's Say About this Site General Information Prosthetic Components ... Advertising Rates Amputee Related Sites Amputee WEB Site Amputee Newswire Amputee Mailing List Hosted WEB Pages Site Map Personal Pages
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Please note we cannot respond to all requests, if you are an amputee join one of our mailing lists for further peer support. Also if you feel you can help someone please feel free to do so.

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Try QuackWatch IN THE NEWS... ONE HAND CLAPPING Review Canadian author Lise Leroux plays with the possibilities of limb generation and donation in a not to distant futuristic London. See Amazon UK Limb Regeneration Is It Possible ? AMPUTEE FIRE FIGHTER PLAYS ROLE IN CALIFORNIA DISASTER October 28 - Running Springs CA - Glenn Malmskog may only be getting 2 or 3 hours sleep tonight, but he does not feel tired...

16. Information Center - About The National Limb Loss Information Center, NLLIC
the NLLIC Web site during the first 2 weeks of April and have not gotten a response please contact the NLLIC at 888267-5669 or
JavaScript navigation menu. JavaScript mouse-over buttons. The ACA and the NLLIC are proud to announce the addition of the NLLIC Library Catalog This comprehensive limb loss catalog is now available on our Web site . This catalog replaces the NLLIC Virtual Library, the inMotion archive, Spanish translation page, and Fact sheet/Insight sections previously listed on the ACA Web site. The Library Catalog will include materials (full text and abstracts) in several formats: inMotion articles, First Step articles, Fact Sheets and Insights, Spanish translations , books, electronic resources, serials, newsletters, and pertinent periodical articles. This is an ongoing project and new material is added daily. Important Notice: If you submitted an information request through the NLLIC Web site during the first 2 weeks of April and have not gotten a response please contact the NLLIC at 888-267-5669 or

17. Welcome To NAGA
Homepage of amputee Golfer, NAGA's official magazine and the best source of information for amputees interested in playing golf again or for the first time.
Click on a region to get more information WEST EAST TX/OK MIDWEST SOUTH © 2004 National Amputee Golf Association
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18. O & P Online Village | Amputee Resources
Your resource site for Orthotics Prosthetics information, and the most comprehensive online orthopedic resource site. Forums. Resources. amputee. News. Scoliosis. Spinal Cord Injury Advertise with Us. The amputee Resource Center
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This site was developed with the you in mind, as a place to find those hard to find resources that you need.
Phantom Pain
  • Phantom sensation is usually experienced by most amputees at one time or another. Some of us are blessed with very little exposure to the "unpleasantries" of phantom sensation, some experience severe pain on a daily basis.
  • Learn about Phantom Pain
Amputee Link Resources For new amputees
  • Losing a leg is devastating. You have the right to feel cheated, angry, and depressed. But, you do not want things to get any worse by failing to get a good artificial leg. from
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Recommend A Prosthetist or Orthotist
  • Are in need of a good prosthetist or orthotist? If you have had a good experience with your prosthetist, in the United States or abroad, please submit their information to us at. We are building a data base and will displaying your recommendation in the future!
Things you need to know about buying a prosthesis
  • A guide to buying your prosthesis and developing a positive relationship with your prosthetist.

19. Western Amputee Support Alliance Home Page
Western amputee Support Alliance. . . . . . Accordingly, the amputee Resource Center (ARC) was formed. Don t forget to visit the amputee Resource Center.
Western Amputee Support Alliance
. . . . . . A Service To The AmputeeCommunity Date Last Updated: July 13, 1999 People have visited this site since October 1, 1997. Latest Changes The Western Amputee Support Alliance(WASA) is an informal association of amputee support groups located in the western United States that have voluntarily banded together for the specific purposes of publicizing the services they offer to the amputee community and disseminating information on whom to contact and how. Although one of the original purposes ofWASA was also to disseminate written information of interest to people with amputations, the directors recently decided to limit the WASA web page to support groups only. Accordingly, the Amputee Resource Center (ARC) was formed. Don't forget to visit the Amputee Resource Center. Click on the Support Group links below for information about organizations participating in WASA.
Support Groups
HEALTHSOUTH Amputee Support Group - Scottsdale, Arizona
Amputees In Motion - San Diego, California

20. Amputee
Ampute Online WEB Map amputeeONLINE.COM WEB MAP From the main page you

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  • We are THE site for Above Knee Amputees that want to not only walk, but to walk well, and to be comfortable! Ampute Online WEB Map AMPUTEE-ONLINE.COM WEB MAP From the main page you can link directly to.... WEB Page location within welcome, what amputees say/general info, prosthetic components, phantom limb pain, amputees on the web, sports, special events, world issues, off the web, credits, newstuff Amputee Net Center Information for the amputee and their families and friends. Prosthetics, discussions, books, Support Groups, and Related links Amputee-Support-Online.Com The first portal site for Amputee related information, links, support groups. Amputees Support, prosthetics, emotions, prosthetists are all covered ... Amputees, looking for prosthetics, devices, prosthetists, support groups or other amputation related information, you will find your amputee related infomation here in these pages.

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