"Clinicians at the Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City USA apply an equally bizarre treatment for their patients. They fight pain with more pain. It's a form of intensive therapy that combines tough physical workouts and sensory exercises to overload the nerves with what is at times an excruciating amount of pain signals, in an attempt to reset the body's understanding of, and response to, pain."
Or if a light massage caused excruciating full-body aches. This is the reality for thousands of young people around the world suffering from Amplified Pain Syndrome - a confounding and mysterious nerve condition that researchers say can affect up to a quarter of all teenagers to some degree.