There are many decisions to make after breast surgery. One thing you may not have considered yet is bras. Should you wear one at all? Do you need regular bras or post-mastectomy bras? Should you wear mastectomy bras with built-in forms?
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The cutting edge technologies supporting prosthetics and orthotics continue to advance, with even more on the horizon. From new techniques in surgery to deeper levels of customizability, this field is rapidly changing to provide improvements in the function of prosthetics and orthotics. Take a look at the latest technologies being used today. New technology used in prosthetics
With almost two million people all across the country living with limb loss and over 500 amputations taking place every single day, there are a lot of people to celebrate this April.
Whether you recently had a mastectomy, or will be having one in the future, you will need post-mastectomy items that are both comfortable and functional to help you during the healing process. Many women do not realize what impact the surgery has on everyday movements and tasks, like getting dressed, showering and sleeping comfortably. Luckily, your clothing and lifestyle options are continuing to grow every day, as there are more products that offer comfort and ease of use as you transition into life post-mastectomy.
The loss of a limb can seem discouraging to those hoping to live the same active lifestyle. However, having a prosthetic device does not mean you cannot compete athletically. With today’s prosthetics technology, you can still dominate competitive sports. Athletes with prosthetic devices Many high-profile athletes before you have enjoyed successful careers and inspired others to stay active. If you are an athlete with a prosthetic device, then consider these amazing athletes with prosthetic devices who have achieved their goals! Jeremy Campbell Jeremy Campbell was born without his right fibula. He was the first disabled athlete to launch a discus...