I was a physical therapist for twenty years, and this meant being around people in pain. For many, their pain prevented them from being able to study, work, play or even think clearly. Fortunate, in one sense, were those whose injuries were apparent–by x-ray, by the cast on their arm, by the burn on their legs. At least nobody accused them of whining about fake ailments with no basis below the neck. “Supratentorial pain” is the polite way of saying “it’s all in their …

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