Boy That Feels No Pain

Like most young boys, Josh Hodgkiss has had his fair share of bumps and bruises – but unlike other children he doesn’t feel pain. Three-year-old Josh has bit his tongue in half, given himself a black eye and even ripped his own toe nails out because he doesn’t notice when he hurts himself. The brave boy was diagnosed with a rare developmental disorder called Smith-Magenis Syndrome as a toddler.

Like most young boys, Josh Hodgkiss has had his fair share of bumps and bruises - but unlike other children he doesn't feel pain. Three-year-old Josh has bit his tongue in half, given himself a black eye and even ripped his own toe nails out because he doesn't notice when he hurts himself. The brave boy was diagnosed with a rare developmental disorder called Smith-Magenis Syndrome as a toddler.

Like most young boys, Josh Hodgkiss has had his fair share of bumps and bruises - but unlike other children he doesn't feel pain. Three-year-old Josh has bit his tongue in half, given himself a black eye and even ripped his own toe nails out because he doesn't notice when he hurts himself. The brave boy was diagnosed with a rare developmental disorder called Smith-Magenis Syndrome as a toddler.

Like most young boys, Josh Hodgkiss has had his fair share of bumps and bruises - but unlike other children he doesn't feel pain. Three-year-old Josh has bit his tongue in half, given himself a black eye and even ripped his own toe nails out because he doesn't notice when he hurts himself. The brave boy was diagnosed with a rare developmental disorder called Smith-Magenis Syndrome as a toddler.

Like most young boys, Josh Hodgkiss has had his fair share of bumps and bruises - but unlike other children he doesn't feel pain. Three-year-old Josh has bit his tongue in half, given himself a black eye and even ripped his own toe nails out because he doesn't notice when he hurts himself. The brave boy was diagnosed with a rare developmental disorder called Smith-Magenis Syndrome as a toddler.