Patients with major amputations resulting from military combat injuries have challenged rehabilitation professionals in major US military medical centers. One such challenge is treating patients with multiple limb amputations involving both an upper limb and lower limb. The primary goal of the multiple limb amputee patient in this case report was to walk without the aid of an assistive device. This report discusses how wearing an upper limb prosthesis affects gait in comparison to not wearing the prosthesis.
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