References in periodicals archive ?
Gordon McFadden (below), an amputee from Wrexham who has worn an artificial limb for his left leg for more than 50 years, said it was unacceptable.
On earlier four visits, on the spot fitment were provided to 3051 people and this time the a team of specialists and artisans will provide 1000 artificial limbs.
As the certified prosthetists and orthotists who practice in patient care facilities and the orthotic and prosthetic manufacturers who develop the technology and create the components for artificial limbs and customized bracing that restore mobility, we are in a unique position to offer needed assistance.
Stenger said he also understands the cultural requirements in this region and artificial limbs are designed to bend fully at the knee to allow the child to pray.
When contacted by the Daily Post, a spokeswoman at Wrexham Artificial Limb & Appliance Service referred the call to North Wales NHS Trust in the town.
For example, the researchers might place sensors on the digits of an artificial limb.
Imagine being able to control an artificial limb with your thoughts
Among them is one of a napping man, his artificial limb laying in the foreground.
On Monday the winger - known affectionately as "The Tin Man" - had an artificial limb fitted and admitted that this year has been one to forget.
The charity - Medical and Scientific Aid for Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia - ran an artificial limb project until 1994, and continues to provide support to people in these countries.
With an artificial limb, Ralston now continues skiing, hiking, and climbing to even greater heights.

Full browser ?