Mirror therapy shows promise in amputee treatment
Navy Cmdr. (Dr.) Jack Tsao shows Army Sgt. Nicholas Paupore how to perform mirror therapy to treat phantom pain in his amputated right leg Jan. 15 at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Commander Tsao conducted the first clinical trials in mirror therapy and said he hopes to advance the study to bring relief to amputees from Iraq and Afghanistan. Commander Tsao is the associate professor of neurology at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences at Bethesda, Md. (Defense Department photo/Donna Miles)
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