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  • Injury, chronic pain, lead to life in kilt for Leawood man

    "I look completely normal," said Ken Babb of Leawood, a former executive engineer at IBM, who suffers from a chronic and painful nerve condition called complex regional pain syndrome or CRPS. Babb does everything he can to keep anything, even a pair of trousers, from touching his leg. He explains that he's been wearing a kilt since receiving it from his wife as a birthday gift in 2015.

"I look completely normal," said Ken Babb of Leawood, a former executive engineer at IBM, who suffers from a chronic and painful nerve condition called complex regional pain syndrome or CRPS. Babb does everything he can to keep anything, even a pair of trousers, from touching his leg. He explains that he's been wearing a kilt since receiving it from his wife as a birthday gift in 2015. Tammy Ljungblad and Eric Adler The Kansas City Star
"I look completely normal," said Ken Babb of Leawood, a former executive engineer at IBM, who suffers from a chronic and painful nerve condition called complex regional pain syndrome or CRPS. Babb does everything he can to keep anything, even a pair of trousers, from touching his leg. He explains that he's been wearing a kilt since receiving it from his wife as a birthday gift in 2015. Tammy Ljungblad and Eric Adler The Kansas City Star

You see a man in a kilt. You don’t see his searing pain

March 01, 2017 3:37 PM