The dramatic uptake of virtual care, or telehealth, utilization for persons with limb loss due to COVID-19 restrictions has led to a much greater understanding of this healthcare delivery method for this complex patient population . However, much is still unknown . Therefore, authors provide a comprehensive literature review of existing evidence for virtual care delivery across the phases of amputation rehabilitation, as well as, anecdotal evidence, to provide a platform for further discussion and development of research and innovative opportunities . Evidence reveals that virtual care serves as a complement to in-person healthcare for individuals with limb loss because it allows for increased accessibility to these services . The authors conclude that continued use of telehealth beyond the COVID-19 restrictions, in order to optimize outcomes across the continuum of care for persons with limb loss, is warranted . This article is protected by copyright . All rights reserved.