Limb amputation can be the start of a long road to recovery, both physically and mentally. On top of the time spent healing from the surgery, adapting to physical therapy, a prosthetic limb, and the many changes to your life can be a significant challenge.
Even daily tasks such as driving can seem difficult or impossible after a limb amputation. However, the good news is that there is a wide range of options for people with disabilities and amputations that include rehab, training, and adaptive driving devices. All can help you keep your freedom and independence behind the wheel.