A revolution in brain science has led to new ways to stop phantom limb pain.

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Ken Ng was 12 when he had his left leg amputated below the knee to stop the spread of bone cancer. It was the start of a long journey of pain. Phantom sensations from his amputated limb haunted him as a teenager, including stabbing sensations and a vice-like constriction around his stump. It got worse when he moved…. http://www.listener.co.nz/lifestyle/health/no-pain-big-gain/

After two weeks of mirror box therapy exercises, four times a day, the phantom pain disappeared altogether.

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