After an incredible year of progress and on-track success, Dorset Orthopaedic ambassador Billy Monger was presented with the Helen Rollason Award at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year ceremony in Birmingham last night (Sunday 16th December 2018).
The service will allow amputees, who wish to live a life free from socket-related problems or nerve-related pain, to access these innovative surgical procedures and follow-up rehabilitation in one package of care.
The Arctic One Summer Tri and Para Tri Festival is also host to the 2018 British Paratriathlon Championships, where some of the best Paratriathletes will compete head to head for podium place on the same course.
Dorset Orthopaedic recently held its third annual Case Manager Conference entitled ‘Strive for Better. Catastrophic Injury Conference’ and welcomed over 100 guests to listen to expert speakers and gain valuable insights into the crucial role of surgery, prosthetics and rehabilitation.
Here at Dorset Orthopaedic we are very excited to share the news that young amputee Tilly Lockey was featured on ITV’s This Time Next Year with Davina McCall… and the programme featured a surprise appearance from our very own Moose Baxter!
Dorset Orthopaedic ambassador Liz Saul is a Cyclist in the GB Paracycling Squad and is Communications Manager at University College London. As a teenager, Liz had a rare bone tumor and doctors eventually had to amputate her leg.
Following a horrifying crash and the amputation of both his legs, young racing driver Billy Monger was determined to remain active and pursue his dreams. With a little help from a custom-made prosthetic socket, Billy is returning to his beloved sport of motor racing.
Dorset Orthopaedic recently held another successful Case Manager Training Day at its Southern clinic in Ringwood, Hampshire. The day was designed to provide Case Managers with an understanding and an insight into the crucial role of prosthetics and orthotics in the rehabilitation of people who have suffered a catastrophic injury.
Dorset Orthopaedic recently held another successful Case Manager Training Day at its Midlands clinic in Burton on Trent. The day was designed to provide Case Managers with an understanding and an insight into the journey an amputee goes through, and highlight the services available at Dorset Orthopaedic.
Dorset Orthopaedic is excited to announce that ambassador and Paralympic hopeful Mark Pattenden has been selected as a finalist in the Pride of Britain Regional Fundraiser of the Year Awards in his local area of London.
Dorset Orthopaedic patient Malcolm Hingle will be taking on an extraordinary and meaningful new challenge. He will be joining over 200 people cycling 350 miles in a week from Lille in France, across Belgium and ending in Arnhem, Holland.
From Team GB Para-athletes to Tokyo 2020 hopefuls - plus a prosthetist or two - Dorset Orthopaedic is excited to announce the members of its superstar team competing in an unforgettable day of mass-participation disability sports – the Superhero Series Triathlon
At Dorset Orthopaedic, we strive to ensure that Case Managers appointed to work with amputee or orthotic clients have access to the most relevant information and latest developments needed to best support their clients in returning to a ‘life without limits’.