Phantom Limb Syndrome Will Haunt ‘Grey’s Anatomy’s’ Arizona, Says Jessica Capshaw

On this week’s installment of “Grey’s Anatomy,” phantom limb syndrome takes over Arizona Robbins (Jessica Capshaw) and the pediatric surgeon — who had recently (finally) made some progress since losing her leg in a plane crash at the start of Season 9 — is going to experience a major setback.Phantom limb syndrome plagues the majority of amputees, “Grey’s” star Capshaw explained to HuffPost TV via phone, and it causes painful sensations that an amputated limb is still attached to the body and is moving appropriately with other body parts. “I can only imagine how devastating it would be,” Capshaw said. “And it would certainly stop you in your tracks as far as recovery goes. How do you deal with that?”Below, Capshaw opens up about Arizona’s battle this season (which initially “scared [her] off”), being behind this season (“because sometimes it’s actually hard to watch”), potential firings at Seattle Grace in the wake of the lawsuit settlement, the debate over just how much gay visibility Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Arizona bring to the TV landscape and much more.Read More…
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Phantom Limb Syndrome Will Haunt ‘Grey’s Anatomy’s’ Arizona, Says Jessica Capshaw


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