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Amputations can be present at birth or happen as a result of a trauma or medical condition. Amputation can be at any level but the most common places include:. We have physiotherapists on our team that are experienced in treating people with amputations. They are used to the different prostheses available and working with them to suit you best.
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The family of a woman forced to have her lower legs amputated say they received an "astonishing" amount of donations to help her. Tracy Ralph, 35, from Hawkwell, Essex, was taken to hospital with pneumonia on Christmas Eve and later developed meningitis and "deadly blood clots". Her sister-in-law Amanda Ralph started fundraising for rehabilitation and "the best prosthetic feet we can buy". We appreciate every penny. Tracy, a mother of two small boys, was planning on running a half marathon later this year, but had to be put into an induced coma on Christmas Day. She was treated for meningitis, septicaemia, blood clots and bleeding on the brain, her sister-in-law said. She has been in intensive care at St Thomas' Hospital in London, but might soon be moved back to Southend Hospital for further treatment, Mrs Ralph said.
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Those ads you do see are predominantly from local businesses promoting local services. These adverts enable local businesses to get in front of their target audience — the local community. It is important that we continue to promote these adverts as our local businesses need as much support as possible during these challenging times. Third man arrested in connection with Corringham crash that left woman needing leg amputation. Police have arrested a third suspect in relation to a crash that left one women requiring a partial leg amputation.
A woman who lost her leg in a tragic hit and run says her independence will be taken away because she has to give up her mobility car. Bethany Bright, 22, was involved in a serious accident where her leg needed to be amputated on June 14 last year, just a month before her 21st birthday. Billy Boom, 24, of New Zealand Way, Rainham pleaded guilty to causing serious injury by dangerous driving and is due to be sentenced for his crime next year. But a year on from the crash, she is going to have to give up her car after being told her disability allowance has been reduced. Bethany's life changed forever when she was 'struck by a motorbike' near where she worked, she claims.