My son had an ATV accident in March of 2006 which left his left shoulder, arm, and hand completely paralyzed. He has no feeling or movement in the left arm. He was referred to a doctor here that is supposed to be the best around ( we live in NH) for this injury but has not helped him at all. There is a window of opportunity with this injury and we are desperate to find another doctor that may be able to help him. Although he has no feeling in the extremity he is suffering for excruciating phantom pain and the pain killers do not take it away. He is 25 and works with his hands so this is a devastating injury for him. If anyone has had an injury like this and could point us in the correct direction we would be very grateful.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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