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Can You Wiggle Your Toes?

Hi everyone. This popped into my mind last night and thought it worthy enough to include here. So…When initially hospitalized after my car accident, I was continually asked the same question. Every morning the doctors would make their daily rounds and when they surrounded my bed, I was asked “Can you wiggle your toes?” […]

Shortness of Breath As A Symptom

Hello everyone. It’s always interesting to read about taking care of your health and what the “experts” say. Sometimes it can bring on more questions than answers, though. The topic I will discuss here involves having shortness of breath as a “symptom”.

Start reading about heart disease and related heart problems. A common indication is […]

Thanking My 190,000 Visitors

Well, it is happening again. The time has come to give another simple thanks to everyone who has visited my site. Those of you who visited, read, commented and shared my site has resulted in a viewership of over 190,000 people.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart. It couldn’t happen without […]

Swimming After A Neck Injury

Hi my favorite readers! Recently, I came in contact with a lady who stated she couldn’t swim because she was unable to move her neck. Her neck was fused together with steel plates and bolts. Yikes….I’ve had a fractured C-1 and can relate to her neck injury. (Nothing’s fused together, though. My neck mobility […]

Rating Pain

Something interesting happens when we deal with pain. Interesting to me, anyways. The medical profession asks us to rate it on a scale of 1-10, with one being minimal and 10 being excruciating.

I find that very confusing. It’s very difficult to “rate pain” if you’ve been dealing with it for over 30 years. You […]

After Effects of a Broken Neck

Hi my favorite readers! I am a firm believer in mind over matter. There are, however, some situations where this does not apply. Or, if it does, I do not understand how. The physicalities overrule the mental aspect. Here are a few that apply to my fracturing my C-1 35 years ago….

A C-1 is […]

Book excerpt: After Effects of A Fractured C-1

Here is another excerpt from my upcoming book:

One of the injuries I sustained during my car accident was a fractured C-1 (broken neck). The C-1 is the first cervical vertebrae. In many cases, fracturing his vertebrae results in paralysis. Luckily, I did not experience this.

I was initially treated by having to lay flat with sand […]