ATTENTION FELLOW AMPUTEES!!!!!!
We have created a brand new forum, where
you can ask questions, provide answers for
others, post photos, and have a lot of FUN
with other Amputees just like you! So, stop
by and check it out today at www.AmputationChat.com
It is so nice to have you visit out site! If you are a new amputee, make sure you visit (from the menu above) our Diary Page. This is where Robert (The guy who is building this site and does the webcasts) explains his own personal journey from the time in September 2014 when he stepped on a nail in his backyard, which led to the amputation of his right lower leg soon after, to where he is today and what he has learned along the way, including tips, help with fighting nerve pain and skin problems and his journey to getting his prosthetic leg with some cool detail photos.
PLEASE NOTE: Our mixing console was burned up by a power spike recently, so Bob has taken a short break making podcasts. We are accepting donations (see above link) and also should have a fund raising platform up via kick starter anyday soon. As soon as the funds are raised we can continue and expand our podcasts!
PLEASE REMEMBER: IF YOU ARE AN ALABAMA RESIDENT, CONTACT YOUR STATE HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE AND ASK FOR THEIR SUPPORT OF HB326, THE MEDICAL MARIJUANA BILL. IF THIS BILL IS MADE INTO LAW, AMPUTEES IN ALABAMA WILL BE ABLE TO BUY/GROW/AND USE MEDICAL MARIJUANA FOR PHANTOM PAIN.
Please donate anything you can, to help us
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Our radio talk style podcast attempts every week to address the problems faced by recent and long term amputation patients. From medicine issues, to correct fitting of artificial legs, arms, etc. We try and help the amputee with easy to understand information right from the horse's mouth.
The creator of our website, and the host of our radio style podcast is Robert Gauge, a former FM radio host with over 24 years experience on the air at some of the top rated radio stations in the United States. Plus, Robert also shares the same experience as many of our podcast listeners, after suffering his own below the knee amputation in 2014..