A spate of new studies suggest that very small doses of naltrexone can alleviate phantom limb pain and other forms of chronic pain, without the unwanted side effects.
A consensus is forming around targeted muscle reinnervation's potential benefits for leg amputees, including those with concurrent health challenges.
The first annual International Conference on Phantom Limb Pain, heavyweight researchers from three continents presented their findings on novel treatments for phantom limb pain.
Phantom limb pain is a real physiological condition. So why do we tolerate mystery and myth when it comes to treatment? by Tamar R. Makin This essay originally appeared in the July 2021 edition of the academic journal Brain (Volume 144, Issue 7), under the title “Phantom Limb Pain: Thinking Outside the (Mirror) Box.” It...
HOW TO COPE WITH PHANTOM LIMB PAIN