TJ’S PHANTOM LIMB PAIN EXPERIENCE TJ had chronic Phantom Limb Pain(PLP) after his amputation following a traumatic injury. He experienced his phantom limb as a permanently strongly closed fist. In the beginning, he took prescription drugs to manage his pain. However, he soon abandoned them due to their severe side effects. He tried mirror therapy, […]Read his story here.
Brian Tobias continues to take on new and exciting challenges everyday. He is a 31 year old mechanic student with an extraordinary story. He has an honorable past as a Navy veteran serving as a Gunner’s Mate which involves maintenance and servicing of weapons. Additionally, he also trained recent enlistees on the use and […]This is his story!
If strength, perseverance and determination were measured by the size of the person, Carol Davis would break the mold. Carol Davis is a mother of twelve and a recepient of the OPRA Implant System. Following her win over cancer, she developed MRSA (bacterial infection) after a bug bite became infected. The development of MRSA led […]This is her story
Sten Standberg, 84 years old, is a retired Swedish marine. He underwent below-knee amputation on his left leg due to vascular problems in 2017. Soon after his amputation, Sten developed phantom limb pain. In the beginning, Sten says, the pain was insignificant. However, as time progressed, the pain became intolerable, especially at night. Consequently, he […]Read his story
Richard Kusters is from Zuid-Holland, Netherlands. He is an ardent horse enthusist and loves photography and wood work. Richard is a recipient of the OPRA Implant System. In this video, he shares his story. In 2008, an accident with his horse carriage resulted in the amputation of his right leg. Richard explains it: ‘On a […]Read my story
Rickard Normark lives on a farm in Lövånger, in Västerbotten, Sweden with his wife and three kids. In 2011, he had an accident at an electrical substation where he attained severe burns and lost his left arm. The socket prosthesis he used after his amputation was supported by his right arm which caused his arm […]Read my story
The 25th of October is a day Eric Mollaret will never forget. Eric was involved in a grievous motorbikeaccident that cost him his right leg. ’’A few seconds before everything was fine and a few secondslater, things were not so good. It all happened very quickly’’, says Eric.This is his story
Erik Ax was 46 years old when he lost his left leg in a hunting accident. At the time, he was working as an engineer in the midst of starting up his own business. Happily married and with two children, Erik had no intentions to change anything in his life.Read more
“But the best thing as I see it is that it feels like this leg is my own. I also appreciate being able to cross my legs, which is something I really love and was not able to do for many years. I feel simply perfect with this leg, complete”A vision made real