This Magic Moment

January 2015 It’s well before 8 Saturday morning, the eve of the Winter Solstice, as I set out for the waterfront, dogs trotting, impatient, beside me. The fog hovers over the puddled pavement. A mere five minute walk to the marina, a grassy promenade grazing the bay near the houseboats and anchor outs. A well […]

Pain, the brain & the mirror box

Notes of an Anesthesioboist So I realised that what’s going on here is when you amputate the arm, the part of the cortex of the brain corresponding to the hand is not receiving any signals because you’ve removed the hand. So it’s hungry for sensory input. So what happens is the sensory input from the […]