Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Huso, an upper limb Bosnian amputee in mirror session
Huso, an upper arm Bosnian amputee, was introduced to mirror therapy at an End The Pain Project workshop given in the Sarajevo headquarters of Hope '87, September '13. At the time he had been suffering phantom pain for over twenty years, a legacy from the war in Bosnia during the '90s.

Huso practiced the mirror therapy at home for thirty days, following a two times a day for fifteen minutes each session schedule. The outcome as Huso happily reports, is that the pain is reduced about 75% from what he had been experiencing.