When someone goes through losing a leg it is very difficult not only physically, but mentally and emotionally.
I thought I would never be the person that I was prior to losing my leg. Scott was there from day one when my wife dropped me off for my procedure. I was sitting outside of the hospital in a wheelchair when Scott walked up to greet me.
Seeing how well he had walked, I questioned if it was actually Scott and if he really did have a prosthetic leg. As we talked, he gave me hope and took a lot of stress off of me after explaining the reasons behind why it takes 2 years for the rehabilitation process.
As I continue my journey, Bremer Prosthetics has been there to make a bad situation as good as they can. The staff has made my experience as stress free as possible. They are so caring and compassionate and I really do love and appreciate them more than they know!
The staff continues to make me laugh and joke even the days I just want to cry. I can’t thank them enough for everything they have done and continue to do to help get me back on my feet. They have helped me get back to bringing joy to others lives in my role as Santa Clause (The Big Red Suit).