Amputee Program

Roger C. Peace Rehabilitation hospital offers out-patient physical therapy treatment for patients with loss of a limb by amputation. Treatment consists of an individualized treatment plan of exercise and prosthetic training to improve independence at home and in the community. Sessions include education and treatment of:

  • Phantom Pain
  • Maintaining residual limb volumes
  • Gait training with a prosthesis
  • Treatment of compensatory orthopedic pain

The physical therapist establishes an individualized treatment plans for each patient and coordinates with the prosthetists throughout the rehabilitation process. Follow-up care is available as needed through out-patient physical therapy and tailored home exercise programs to promote success in meeting personal goals and improving quality of life.

Community support is also available through the amputee support group, where amputees have the opportunity to interact with their peers from the community.

For more information on our Amputee Program, please call 864-455-8788. Also for more information about the Amputee Support Group, please contact us via email at

Center for
Prosthetics & Orthotics

At Prisma Health Center for Prosthetics & Orthotics, our extensive prosthetics program addresses the limb loss needs of adults and children and covers all levels of lower and upper extremity amputations.