St. Charles North freshman learns to cope with painful condition
CAMPTON HILLS – Tanner Saunders has seven baseball trophies in his bedroom in recognition of his athletic ability, including being considered the best outfielder in his league.
Aside from sports memorabilia, his wall also contains an oversized flame-orange ribbon, the color of his pain.
The 15-year-old freshman at St. Charles North High School suffers from complex regional pain syndrome – also known as reflex sympathetic dystrophy – a condition in which his nerves send out a constant sensation of burning, stabbing pain.
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