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Ed Purcell

Ed Purcell

As a US Marine Veteran amputee, the words, “Improvise, Adapt, Overcome,” is the backbone we Marines follow.

Leah Maddox

Leah Maddox

I am a below knee amputee sense 2013 and live a full active life. I work full time in the medical field. I lost my leg due to domestic violence in 2002.

Wilson Parnell

Wilson Parnell

Becoming an amputee has been the single most beneficial thing to have happened in my life, thus far. While it’s strange to say, I do honestly believe it.

Robert Clubb

Robert Clubb

I lay myself down to sleep and dream each night. Every dream I am not an amputee I am whole and able to do everything I put out to do. Then I wake up.

David Begaudeau

David Begaudeau

Hi! I’m David, I’m 40 and I live in France. In 1997 I was hit by a car when I was on my motorcycle. My leg was too damaged, so it had to be amputated. Before this accident, I was a young man without any plans.

Vincent Cinelli

Vincent Cinelli

I’m an above-knee amputee, due to a traumatic accident in 2008. I maintain a very active lifestyle, and from time to time experience issues with my prosthesis, fitment, etc.

Priscilla Satyamurthy

Priscilla Satyamurthy

In dreams, as in life, the unexpected comes from out of nowhere. I found myself depending on them to take me back in time to a more carefree and peaceful place.