Prosthetics Rehabilitation Services - Cone Health - Greensboro, NC

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Prosthetics Services

Prosthetics Rehab

When you need help adapting to a new prosthetic device or component of a prosthetic device, or if you need help adjusting to limb loss, turn to Cone Health outpatient rehabilitation services for comprehensive, compassionate care. You’ll benefit from a team of providers dedicated to helping you live as independently as possible.

Prosthetics Services We Offer

Depend on Cone Health for:

  • Pre-prosthetic assessment – Examines factors that affect your ability to use a prosthetic device
  • Pre-prosthetic care – Assists with skin issues, edema (swelling) management and residual limb care
  • Prosthetics education and training – Shows you how to safely use and care for your prosthesis
  • Physical therapy – Helps you move more easily and with less pain, as well as build strength, balance and endurance
  • Occupational therapy – Helps you more easily complete daily tasks, including self-care duties and leisure or work activities

Individualized Care Plan

Work with your physical or occupational therapist to create a care plan customized to your needs and goals. Whenever possible, we’ll help you return to your prior level of function.

In addition to regular, one-on-one therapy sessions, you’ll receive a customized home exercise program to help you build strength, endurance, mobility and range of motion. Follow your home exercise program to get the best possible outcome from your therapy.

Resources & Support After Limb Loss

Find resources and support to help you live well after losing a limb.

Ask for a Referral

You’ll need a physician’s referral for Prosthetics Services at Cone Health. For more information, talk to your doctor or call the location closest to you:

  • Burlington (Alamance Regional Medical Center) – 336-538-7500
  • Greensboro (Cone Health Neurorehabilitation Center) – 336-271-2054
  • Reidsville (Outpatient Rehab at Reidsville) – 336-951-4557

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