The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Rehabilitation

  • Limb Loss and Amputation

    Limb Loss and Amputation

    Information to guide you through your surgery, hospital stay and rehabilitation.

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  • Living with limb loss  Getting back on track

    Living with limb loss Getting back on track

    This leaflet has been written collaboratively by people who have undergone amputations and who attend Seacroft Hospital for their prosthetic care, and Dr Rob Whittaker, Clinical Psychologist for Prosthetic Rehabilitation.

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  • Living with limb loss  The early stages

    Living with limb loss The early stages

    This leaflet has been written collaboratively by people who have undergone amputations and who attend Seacroft Hospital for their prosthetic care, and Dr Rob Whittaker, Clinical Psychologist for Prosthetic Rehabilitation.

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  • Rehabilitation Guidebook

    Rehabilitation Guidebook

    The information given in this booklet may answer some questions you have and provide you with an understanding into what has happened throughout your stay in Critical Care. This booklet may also provide you with simple suggestions on how to resolve common issues patients have had after critical illness.

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  • Seeing a Psychologist in Specialist Rehabilitation - how could it help me?

    Seeing a Psychologist in Specialist Rehabilitation - how could it help me?

    Living with the effects of a physical health condition or injury can lead to many different emotions.
    The clinical psychologist in the Specialist Rehabilitation Service offers help and support to patients living with a physical health condition. This includes people living with limb loss or limb difference.

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  • The Prosthetics Service  Compression Sock

    The Prosthetics Service Compression Sock

    The aim of wearing the compression sock is to help reduce swelling within your residual limb (stump). It will also provide support.

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  • Welcome to Specialist Rehabilitation Services

    Welcome to Specialist Rehabilitation Services

    Based on the Seacroft Hospital site (formerly based at Chapel Allerton Hospital), Specialist Rehabilitation Services comprises the Prosthetics Service (which provides for North and West Yorkshire); together, with the Leeds Orthotic Service and the Leeds Wheelchair & Special Seating Service.

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