Prosthetic Service

Our Prosthetic service is one of 35 centres nationally, offering prosthetic rehabilitation, including artificial limbs to amputees and those with congenital limb deficiency, supporting the Armed Forces Covenant and undertaking the design and manufacture of bespoke aids to daily living.

Once referred the individual is assessed at the clinic and an individual care plan is discussed and agreed

Loaned equipment is manufactured and maintained by the service, on site. The Service is Consultant led and we have a full range of disciplines to meet the needs of our patients.

Prosthetic rehabilitation is a partnership between the team and the patient. Collectively our team has in excess of 572 years of knowledge and experience in this specialism. Quality remains our key focus.

The team

  • Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine
  • Service Manager and business administration support
  • Specialist in Rehabilitation Medicine
  • Amputee Specialist Nurse
  • Amputee Counsellor
  • Rehabilitation Engineers (Kings)
  • Physiotherapists
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Prosthetists
  • Care Support Worker
  • Clinical Support Technicians
  • Specialist Technicians
  • Business Administration

The service is a training facility and accepts students on placement from Strathclyde and Salford Universities.

Meet the manager

Your feedback is important to the team so that we can continue to improve our services.

You can feedback directly to Barbara Stalley, Services manager, to share your experiences and let her know how they are doing as a care group.

To arrange a meeting please email