His advice to other amputees is that no matter how hard a situation is or how bad a day looks, to always be positive and try your best.
Josh advises new amputees to get up and get moving immediately, and to not let themselves “get into a pity party for yourself.”
“If this beginning is any indication, I have made a life changing decision for the better.”
“Recovery will come,” she said. “For each person, their story is deeply personal an unlike any other.”
“I have been told I am a complicated fit, and since being a patient here, I feel more able to walk, function and DANCE.”
“You decide what is best for you, only you know what it is that you need to make yourself feel whole again!”