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Rotationplasty Doll Prosthetic

Dolls with prosthetics limbs Inclusivity is essential! We have been customizing American Girl Dolls for children with limb loss and working with @americangirl since 2015. Over the years, we’ve been asked if we also create Van Nes rotationplasty prosthetics for dolls. At the time, we did not, but we are

9 year old Amputee gets his First Running Blade Prosthesis

One 2 One Foundation x A Step Ahead Prosthetics Below-Knee Amputee First ever running blade Prosthesis Thanks to our partnership with One 2 One Foundation and their very generous donors. Julez got his first running prosthesis! Julez is a below-knee amputee who loves all kinds of sports and is very

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Delany 15 year old cancer survivor gets custom Dance Prosthesis

Fifteen-year-old Delaney Unger is an avid dancer sidelined by a rare cancer diagnosis resulting in losing her left leg. In 2016, Delaney was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a rare bone cancer type. In 2017, she underwent reconstructive surgery at Stony Brook Children's Hospital called rotation-plasty amputation. This was on her left leg. "I

Rotationplasty amputee joins his HS football on the field again

Bailey is healthy, eager to help Kennett win CONWAY — If you like sports, or even if you don’t, you’ll want to root for Camden Bailey this fall. Entering his sophomore year at Kennett High School, Camden has his sights set on being the extra point kicker for the varsity football team, and the

Hicksville facility fits 9 year old with prosthetic leg

“It happened so fast, a split second, but from day one she was strong as can be. An absolute rockstar.” These words come from 9-year-old Myleanna Siedlecky’s mother, Jessica, as she told the story of why her daughter needed a below-the-knee amputation on her left leg. It was a late April day in 2017,

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