Orthopaedic Limb Loss
Limb loss can affect ability. It doesn't have to affect the quality of your life. From surgery to prosthetics to occupational therapy, our experts work together to ensure that you receive comprehensive, personalized care that is right for you.
Conditions We Treat
We treat all limb loss-related conditions, including:
- Nerve pain
- Phantom limb pain
- Limb function after amputation
Why Choose Orthopaedic Limb Loss Care at Vanderbilt
- Expert surgeons
Our surgeons are experts in limb salvage and amputation reconstruction. We work with you to create a personalized care plan that meets your unique needs.
- Team approach
We work together to ensure that you receive the comprehensive care you need. Our team works closely with experts in other medical disciplines including vascular surgeons, trauma surgeons, pain management specialists and occupational therapists to ensure that you receive the most comprehensive care possible.
- Comprehensive care
At Vanderbilt Orthopaedics, we have a comprehensive clinic dedicated to caring for amputations and the related pain following limb loss. From surgery to occupational therapy to customized prosthetics, our experts provide personalized care that is right for you.
Our researchers are dedicated to developing new and more effective approaches to care. We not only apply the latest research, but also pioneer some of the latest innovations. You may have access to treatments before they are widely available.
- Trusted by athletes
We are the official healthcare provider for the Nashville Predators, Nashville Sounds, Nashville Soccer Club, Vanderbilt University Commodores, Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association and Tennessee State Soccer Association. You can expect the same level of care we provide these top athletes.
Tests, Treatments and Services
We offer a full range of tests, treatments and services, including:
- Allograft reconstruction surgery
- Amputation reconstruction
- Autograft reconstruction surgery
- Limb reconstruction
- Physical therapy and rehabilitation
- Regenerative peripheral nerve interfaces (RPNI)
- Targeted muscle reinnervation (TMR)