Sussex Rehabilitation Centre

Sussex Rehabilitation Centre provides a vital service to amputees and people with congenital limb loss to regain their mobility and independence.

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What we do

Based at Brighton General Hospital, the Sussex Rehabilitation Centre provides an outpatient prosthetic limb service to help amputees and people with congenital limb loss to achieve and sustain maximum mobility, dexterity and independence. The team also helps with pain management, wound healing and health screening to prevent further limb loss.

Artificial limbs are produced, maintained and repaired in the workshop at the centre, and orthotic appliances are also available for patients attending clinics. 

Don't stop me now! Endless opportunities at the Sussex Rehabilitation Centre

For people who have lost or were born without a limb, the prosthetic limb service at the Sussex Rehabilitation Centre can open up opportunities that were previously out of reach. Through the centre's bursary scheme, which relies on charitable donations, patients can apply for specialist equipment to allow them to play a sport or undertake an adapted activity. From playing football or guitar to horse carriage-driving lessons, the possibilities are endless! 

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