|This looks like a great book written by a CRPS sufferer I am sure it will make excellent reading.
“This may not work for everyone* but it worked for me as part of my routine and so long as you have one uninjured hand or foot to reflect, this therapy is not only known to be effective in helping to relieve pain brought on by CRPS, but also where there is paralysis following a stroke (hemiplegia) and of course in alleviating phantom limb pain after amputations (for which it was developed).” extract from http://crps-selfhelp.com/
About The Therapy Mirror and The Book
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Wednesday March 29th 2017