Phantom Limb Pain

What is Phantom Limb Pain?

Phantom Limb Pain is pain that feels like it’s originating from a part of your body that was removed or amputated. Once believed to be psychological in nature, Phantom Limb Pain is now recognized as a real physical condition emanating from damaged nerves leading up to your spinal cord and brain. While Phantom Pain occurs most often in arm or leg amputees, it may also occur after the removal of other parts or organs.

CIPN DermatomesPhantom limb pain most often occurs in the extremities, as shown on the dermitome chart above.

Common Symptoms

  • Burning
  • Pain
  • Feeling of shooting, searing or stabbing
  • Numbness or itchiness
  • Squeezing or throbbing
Testimonials Phantom Limb“I was driving my car …and was hit head on by a drunk driver. After 12 surgeries and unbearable pain, I agreed to have my right leg amputated below the knee. … Medications do not help that much…After the treatment I actually walked …and had no pain..” –Mr. A.S.Read More

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