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Orthotics & Prosthetics: U-CAN
University of Michigan Community Amputee Network

We are a non-profit Amputee Coalition group member. We meet the first Tuesday of each month, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at the University of Michigan Orthotics and Prosthetics Center (UMOPC), 2850 South Industrial Hwy, Suite 400, Ann Arbor, MI. 48104.

Click here for a meeting flyer.

For driving directions to our facility, click here. (There is a Google Map at this site)

Our goal is to help amputees, people with limb loss or limb difference, and their families cope with the initial shock of loss by helping them regain control of their life through education, compassion, and encouragement.  Amputees have the ability to do virtually anything they want to do and we do!

Our meetings usually have a presentation for the first hour.  After the presentation we share information and have time for questions, answers and discussion.  An important part of the group is time for socializing and physical activities that exercise the mind as well as the body.  Please join us as we all learn together.   Light refreshments are served.


We hope to help people look beyond the loss and look forward to tomorrow.  Seeing someone in a similar situation can help a person realize they are not alone and that…There is Life after Amputation!

For more information please contact
Carla Vollmer—Limb Loss Support Coordinator
Nora Rosenblum—Clinical Social Worker

NEWJoin us on June 21, 2014 for the first Limb Loss Event
co-sponsored by the
University of Michigan Health System and Saint Joseph Mercy Health System.
Check out the Event Activities and the Flyer for more information.

Registration is now open. Click here for the registration form.

Description: Lefty

Click on Lefty and read the article by A. Trevor Sutton
Limb-Loss Support Group Gets a Leg Up — With Lefty
as published in Social Work Today

Ann Arbor's Planet Rock hosts climbing challenge for amputees
A First Climb Event with OPAF

For further information on amputation and limb loss please see: