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An amputee soldier from County Durham has criticised the quality of artificial limbs provided by the NHS. Chris Parkes lost a leg in Helmand in Afghanistan in and has a prosthetic limb provided by the Army. He described NHS prosthetics as "almost prehistoric" and said the leg a friend received from the health service was like a pirate's "peg leg".

A spokesman for the NHS said it was reviewing the "effectiveness of prosthetics services" for veterans. Rifleman Parkes said he was worried when he left the Army any replacement limbs he needed would be inferior to the one he had now.

He said: "There's no way I would get the same level of technical prosthetics. It has an adjustable heel so I can run.

The feet will bend. It's not the most advanced, but it's quite advanced.

Rifleman Parkes, no longer able to serve on the front line with The Rifles regiment, has decided to leave the Army. His concern is that he might have to rely on help from charities to pay for anything more advanced than that offered by the NHS.

He said: "One of my friends on the NHS who has a prosthetic, it's a wooden stick basically.

It's half wood, half plastic. His son lost his legs in an explosion in Afghanistan in He said: "I have a particular interest in prosthetics and I think it's terribly important that those who leave the Army have the confidence that they will get the same level of prosthetic care when they leave as when they're in and I will certainly make it a personal objective to ensure that that happens.

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A statement said it was reviewing the "effectiveness of prosthetics services in the NHS in England for veterans who have lost a limb while serving their country". Care of amputee veterans reviewed.

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NHS - Military medicine. Published 3 January Published 15 January Published 30 July NHS - amputation.