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Amelia Watt – Pain Story – Vimeo, 10/03/2014: Amelia Watt developed Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) after what seemed like an inconsequential ankle sprain while playing soccer. After months of searching and not finding answers, she finally enrolled in the Mayo Clinic Pediatric Pain Rehabilitation Center. There she was able to recover and now she is able to fully participate in the academics and extracurricular activities at her school.
Mary Friona and Her Daughter Share Their Story - WGRZ, 05/10/2012: In 2010 Maria Friona got into a terrible accident, which shattered her femur and severed her femoral artery, and eventually led to severe, chronic pain. Her pain was diagnosed as Reflex Sympathy Dystrophy (RSD). After both inpatient and outpatient treatment at Boston Children’s Hospital she was able to recover and now enjoys playing sports with other kids her age.
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