Saving Limbs with State-of-the-Art Care
Have you been told that you are at risk for limb amputation? You have options
— and the Amputation Prevention Center at Valley Presbyterian Hospital
is here to help restore your health and quality of life.
Facing the possibility of limb amputation can be extremely emotional and
isolating. Our center offers the expertise of on-site vascular surgeons,
podiatric surgeons, general surgeons, infectious diseases specialists,
and experts in limb salvage and wound management in one state-of-the-art
setting. The Amputation Prevention Center can offer you or a loved one
many progressive limb salvage options. In addition, you will be actively
involved in the treatment plan for your care.
Preserving a limb at risk requires an innovative team approach. At the
Amputation Prevention Center, you will receive care from specialists focused
on preserving limbs, restoring function, healing wounds, and returning
you to the life you deserve. Our modern, 11,257-square-foot facility is
designed to accommodate patients with limited mobility — making
it easier for you to obtain the leading-edge treatment that can help heal
wounds, save limbs, and enhance your quality of life.
Conveniently located in Van Nuys on the campus of Valley Presbyterian Hospital,
we provide access to emergency care services and surgical suites that
are staffed by specialists and fully equipped with the latest technology
and instruments to perform a wide range of limb-saving procedures.
Contact us today to learn about the treatment options available to you.
We are available at
818.902.5755. You can also email us by using the hospital's main
Contact Us page.
Get a Second Opinion
At the Amputation Prevention Center, we believe limb preservation begins
with early intervention and customized education that’s specific
to your individual condition. We take a unique, multidisciplinary team
approach to your care, performing risk-assessment and diagnostic procedures
to determine if you are at risk of developing serious complications due
to diabetes or wound care issues. We are committed to involving you in
the overall care plan and helping you on your journey to health. At our
Center, you’ll find information, resources and tools to help you
understand the risks, as well as your treatment options.
Please call us at 818.902.5755.