Association for amputees, dysmelists and orthosis users

To you who are amputated

Are you recently amputated or a relative of someone who is?

Meet a peer

Being able to talk to someone who has experienced the same thing as you is often the best help. Our peers can meet you where you are.


As an amputated and / or prosthetic user, you have rights and opportunities to get treatment and support to function optimally in everyday life.

Resource catalog

Information about rehabilitation centers and orthopedic workshops, equipment and other resources

have peers who can guide and inspire you to an active everyday life!

Do you need someone to talk to about everything from prosthesis use and activity aids, hygiene and self-care, to your rights as an amputee?

We have volunteer peers who listen to you and your needs. Read stories from our peers.

Need someone to talk to? – Momentum

Latest news:

Ekstra aktivitetsfylt nummer av Livsglede

Ekstra aktivitetsfylt nummer av Livsglede

I den nyeste utgaven av Livsglede kan du blant annet lese reportasjer fra Momentum sin jubileumsweekend og den inspirerende og trivelige turen fra Tour de Dovre. Reportasjer med Sander Hegni og Gitte Flindt Hilding, vil forhåpentligvis gi deg litt ekstra motivasjon til mer aktivitet i hverdagen i den nærmeste tiden. 

Vi håper du nyter høstdagene med neste utgave av Livsglede.

You can read all our posts here .

Do you want inspiration and tips for training at Christmas? Momentum has a number of reports, films and general advice that can increase the motivation for an extra workout, or a fresh walk between dinners and parties.

Feel free to take a look at our youtube channel

Momentum Association for Arm and Leg Prosthesis Users – YouTube

Training tips;

Walking training for amputees – Momentum

Strength Exercises – Momentum

Balance exercises – training tips for amputees from Momentum

Read inspiring reports here;

– Internal motivation makes you successful with the training – Momentum

The goal is to inspire all amputees to an active everyday life with a prosthesis – Momentum

Peer Coordinator Mark Miller Spreads Important Messages – Momentum




Exercise is very important for you who are amputated.

Training tips

Local work

Momentum works locally throughout the country through peer work and in local teams that offer social events and activities.

National work

Nationally, Momentum works on social policy work, development of information materials, courses and coordination of projects.


International work


Norway is a small country and much of the development in prosthesis technology, sleeve technology, surgery and much more takes place abroad. Momentum therefore participates in important arenas internationally.

Postal address



PO Box 49 Skøyen
0212 Oslo

Call us

+47 400 04 360