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    • 13 MAR 18
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    Peripheral Arterial Disease and Limb Loss

    Peripheral Arterial Disease and Limb Loss

    Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a condition in which the peripheral arteries to the legs, stomach, arms, and head are greatly narrowed, resulting in poor circulation. This disease affects countless Americans and can have devastating effects if not treated properly. If left untreated gangrene can accor. Gangrene refers to the dead tissue resulting from a

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    • 09 FEB 18
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    Wound Care for Amputees on Long Island

    Wound Care for Amputees on Long Island

    After surgery, it is very important to care for your wound and maintenance of the residual limb. Any opened wound is vulnerable to infection. It is vital to prevent this from happening because an infection could lead to further complications, a second surgery, and in some cases death. The best way to prevent an infection

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    • 29 JAN 18
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    Phantom Limb Pain Management

    Phantom Limb Pain Management

    Phantom limb pain, or PLP, is the painful feeling coming from a limb that isn’t there anymore. Though the limb is gone permanently, the pain still remains in full. Usually occurring after a surgery, the pain varies from a burning sensation to an itch or a specific pressure. While it may sound like an odd

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    • 16 JAN 18
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    Importance of Gait Training for Limb Loss Rehab

    Importance of Gait Training for Limb Loss Rehab

    If you’re searching for limb loss rehab in Suffolk County, you need to consider LI Rehab’s gait training analysis program. Gait analysis has the uncanny ability to properly diagnose an individual’s walking/locomotion skills. If you’re a patient who has experienced limb loss, the program may be highly beneficial for you. This is due in large

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