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Places To Donate Orthopedic Shoes

Hi everyone. Here is hoping you are safe and healthy, plus doing the best you can with what you have. Some of you have approached me wondering where to donate orthopedic shoes. It’s time for an update. Thank you, Linda! Ranging from helping a veteran to cleaning our planet, there are a variety of nonprofits available to assist you. Here are some places to donate orthopedic shoes:

Baking Soda To The Rescue

Hi everyone. We all know the importance of using natural solutions for combating a number of concerns. Well, baking soda to the rescue! It has been around for longer than most of us have been alive. Since many of you have asked for an updated version of a previous post…your wish is my command! Enjoy…

Here are some all-natural remedies to start using this time-tested, versatile and economical wonder:

Chrome polisher.
* Place a couple teaspoons of baking soda into a small container.
* Add enough water to make a smooth paste.
* Dip a clean cloth into the paste.
* Gently start using a circular motion to apply the paste.
* Let the paste dry.
* Polish (remove) with a clean, dry cloth.
* Instant shine without any chemicals!

Bug bites.
Warm weather brings with it a slew of insects. Insect bites can happen before you even realize it. Did you know that baking soda is an ideal product to reduce swelling, itchiness, and redness? It is extremely low cost, odorless, and easy to use.

Here’s what you do…
*Get a small container
*Put in about a teaspoon of baking soda.
*Add a small amount of water.
*Mix thoroughly until you get a thick paste consistency.
*Spread on the insect bite.
*Be sure to thoroughly cover the bite.
*Let dry for a few minutes.
*Put a bandaid on if you are planning on wearing clothing.

Store any leftover paste in an airtight container for future use.

I find this solution particularly beneficial since getting bit by a mosquito on my tkr leg. The itching was unbearable. This remedy was remarkably quick and convenient.

Coffee Pot or Carafe Internal Cleaning
* Handle those hard-to-clean carafes by sprinkling 1-2 teaspoons baking soda into them.
* Add enough water to fill the entire carafe
* Let sit for about 10 minutes
* Lightly swirl the water around for a few seconds.
* Pour out cleaning solution
* Rinse container thoroughly with water
* Dry thoroughly

All Types of Odors
Baking soda is a wonderful, odor-free odor killer.
* Lightly sprinkle some over your garbage bag.

* Put an open container into the back corner of your refrigerator. It keeps your refrigerator fresh smelling.

* Sprinkle some baking soda into your shoes to help remove moisture and odor.
Shake out any excess prior to wearing.

Laundry aide
* Have your laundry smelling like new by sprinkling some baking soda on top of the clothes prior to starting the wash cycle.

Teeth Whitener and/or Toothpaste
Forgot those expensive, chemically-enhanced dental whitening/cleaning agents. Baking soda has been used for these purposes since grandmother’s day.

* Mix some baking soda with a small amount of water to form a paste.
* Wet your toothbrush.
* Dip your toothbrush into the paste.
* Gently start brushing your teeth.
* Rinse your mouth and brush when done.
* Store any excess paste in an airtight container for next time.
* NOTE: This also works well for dentures.

These are just some suggestions I have used and found very helpful. They will save you tons of money at the store. Plus, they do not harm the atmosphere or your health.

Good luck!

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AUTHOR NOTE: Booktoots’ Healing helps total knee replacement patients find support throughout recuperation and beyond. Its mission is for patients to understand they are not alone in their ordeal with either a tkr or other physicality concerns.

The award-winning tkr blogger site is owned and operated by Marie Buckner. She is a published author, tkr blogger, and tkr patient who has been living with various health conditions for over 40+ years. She enjoys sharing her experiences to help others going through the same thing.

Marie is also a proud WEGO Health Patient Leader.

Simple Ways A Good Meal Plan Improves Your Life For The Better

Hi everyone. I am pleased to present this guest post about how your meal plan improves your life for the better. Enjoy…

Food is indeed the fuel of life as it is needed in all bodily processes that enables you to think, breathe, move and even feel. All aspects of life are so influenced by what you eat that even the slightest alterations to your diet choices can have a profound effect on your metabolic processes.

To explain how deeply your meals have an effect on your health, below are simple ways showing how a good meal plan affects your life for the better.

Increased Energy
A deficiency of Vitamins C, B12 and folate can lead to acute fatigue. And when fatigue kicks in, your energy ultimately depletes and create a direct impact on other conditions impacting your health.

By absorbing the necessary vitamins your body requires, you lower the risk of getting vitamin deficiencies and anemia. Sources rich in chlorophyll, essential fatty acids, magnesium, vitamin C and other nutrient-dense foods will help boost energy.

Improved Mood
The lack of nutrients makes your body unable to produce the amount of chemicals it needs to support all metabolic activities. This affects your brain chemistry and can possibly lead to mental health issues like anxiety, depression and other mood disorders.

When your body does not get the nutrition it needs, it affects the production of hormones and influences other mood regulators like serotonin.

The typical American diet is rich in fat. Though certain lipids are healthy for you, others like saturated fats can contribute to weight gain and mood problems due to hindered activity of your body’s neurotransmitters caused by an unhealthy diet.

Cutting back on refined sugars and processed food can also decrease your chances of depression.

Weight Management
Healthy meals are not just nutrient rich, they also help reduce excess body fat. Along with a slimmer waistline, you also reduce the risk of getting high blood pressure, sleep apnea and diabetes.

Sticking to a high-fat diet does nothing but put your health at risk. It restricts blood flow in your blood vessels and causes heart plaque formation. Good food choices can effectively improve oxygen retention in your blood to help supply the needs of your other major organs.

Reduced Risk of Diseases
Cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, heart conditions – these are dreadful diseases that a good nutrition can help prevent. Disregarding the necessary nutrients your body needs can elevate cholesterol and blood sugar levels and can ultimately lead to stroke or diabetes.

By eating a diet rich in fiber, fruits and vegetables, you have a better control of your cholesterol and sugar.

Glowing Skin
A diet high in fat usually leads to increased sebum production. Too much sebum can clog some pores and become a breeding ground for bacteria which leads to pimples, acne breakouts, and mottled skin.

Eating a diet rich in good fat such as mono and polyunsaturated fats will help improve your skin’s elasticity and oil production. Eating healthy foods also increases the amount of antioxidants in your body which help fight the signs of aging.

Ginger, turmeric and cinnamon are among the spices that pack the highest antioxidants quantity. Some of them are produced as health supplements to make it easier for people to consume them.

You can order turmeric, curcumin and ginger tea online. You can also purchase them in pharmacies and many food and health stores.

Longer Lifespan
Eating a good diet does nothing but improve and extend your quality of life. People with good nutrition are generally happier, healthier and have longer life expectancy due to the absence of diseases and other physical and mental complications that a consistent good diet have brought about.

If you wish to live a longer and healthier life, these simple lifestyle and diet changes will bring about positive results, and making them a habit will have a lasting effect on your life.

Author Bio:

Katrina Rice is a mom and a freelance writer. She strongly believes in the concept of holistic wellness through healthy and natural living, traveling and immersing one’s self in new activities. A self-proclaimed health enthusiast, she hopes to inspire more people to do the same.
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BOOKTOOTS NOTE: Booktoots’ Healing helps total knee replacement patients find support throughout recuperation and beyond. Its mission is for patients to understand they are not alone in their ordeal with either a tkr or other physicality concerns.

This award-winning tkr blog  site is owned and operated by Marie Buckner. She is a published author and tkr patient who has been living with various health conditions for over 40+ years. She enjoys sharing her experiences to help others going through the same thing.

Marie is also a proud WEGO Health Patient Leader.

How Negativity Affects A TKR

Hi everyone. Recently, I have received comments and emails regarding how frightening my blog is to read. I have written about this before, but believe something else needs to be said about how negativity affects a tkr.

MINDSET: Your mindset going into a tkr is what determines how well you will recuperate and how hard you will work. The pain of recuperation is intense. And…that’s a mild description. If you go into a tkr thinking “Oh my god, this is terrible”….it will be terrible. If you go into the tkr thinking “I’m going to make the best of this”….you will.

PAIN LEVEL: Also, if your pain level prior to a tkr is not to the point of you thinking “This pain is unbearable anymore. It is limiting my life. I can’t do what I want to do physically. Enough is enough!” …maybe you are not ready for a knee replacement. Personally, I was carrying crutches with me everywhere I went for a year prior to my surgery.

My knee was locking up whenever it wanted. I didn’t know what to expect or when it would happen. The pain was debilitating. I despised the uncertainty. Even the task of walking caused excruciating pain. And…I absolutely love to walk. I walk when others grab a cab, that’s how much I love it. I wanted to walk painlessly.

Prior to my tkr, I couldn’t move from a sitting or prone position without extreme pain. I needed to adjust my spinal column to lessen the pain.

RECUPERATION: The amount of exercising needed to recuperate from a tkr is immense. It is extremely easy to get frustrated (and we all do it). The time needed to do these exercises and see results is not a quick fix. It is a long and very arduous process. Everyone is different. Do not compare yourself to others. Compare yourself to yourself. Improve daily. Comparing yourself to how others are doing will surely play a role in how negativity affects a tkr.

Anyways, I hope this helps those of you thinking about undergoing a knee replacement. At least you are lucky enough to read about all that is involved regarding the long recuperation process. Many of my readers, and myself, were not that lucky. I went into the surgery thinking I would be kicking butts within a month. To say I was ill-prepared is an understatement.

Having a total knee replacement is the best thing I could have done. I have received the same feedback from many of my readers, also. In fact, this blog has turned into a very welcoming support system. For that, I am grateful to everyone who has contributed. 🙂

You will know when you’re ready. Listen to your intuition. Kindly don’t blame me for providing realistic information. I could write about a tkr negatively, but I don’t. There are far too many positive results involved. Yes, the information can be surprising and eye opening. Don’t tell me I scare or frighten you, that is not my intention. You interpret my words as you see fit.

Thanks for listening and best of luck to all!

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AUTHOR NOTE: Booktoots Healing helps total knee replacement patients find support throughout recuperation and beyond. Its mission is for patients to understand they are not alone in their ordeal with either a tkr or other physicality concerns.

This award-winning site is owned and operated by Marie Buckner, a published author and tkr patient who has been living with various health conditions for over 40+ years. She enjoys sharing her experiences to help others going through the same thing.

Marie is also a proud WEGO Health Patient Leader.

How To Enjoy A Body Cast

Hi everyone. While recently talking with one of my friends about the benefits of having pets, something came to mind. It involves my cat Puffy and I and my days of living in a body cast (in technical terms it is known as a spica cast.) Here is a book excerpt about How to enjoy a body cast:

My entire upper body was encased in plaster as a method for healing my fractured. From directly below my breast line to my hip bones, my upper body was completely covered. The portion over my torso was totally flat. It was the perfect environment for holding my drinks, plate of food, and/or my cat Puffy.

Here’s the scoop…

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AUTHOR NOTE: Booktoots’ Healing helps total knee replacement patients find support throughout recuperation and beyond. Its mission is for patients to understand they are not alone in their ordeal with either a tkr or other physicality concerns.

This award-winning site is owned and operated by Marie Buckner, a published author and tkr patient who has been living with various health conditions for over 40+ years. She enjoys sharing her experiences to help others going through the same thing.

Marie is also a proud WEGO Health Patient Leader.

Buying An Exercise Bike During Economic Trying Times & COVID-19

We all know an exercise bike really helps during the total knee replacement recuperation process …or for any fitness need. Brand new, though, they can be pricey. How can you get around breaking your budget? Below are a variety of tips for buying an exercise bike during economic times and COVID-19.   Hope they work for you. 🙂

CAVEAT: Be sure to follow COVID-19 protocol whenever engaged in any transaction.

Thrift stores. Check these regularly. You never know what you’ll find. A friend purchased an upright exercise bike in excellent condition. It was $15. Just be sure to try it out before buying it to make certain it’s in good working condition. (This applies irregardless of where you buy a used one).

Street/curb side. That’s right. While driving down streets, sometimes households will place their unused exercise bikes alongside the curb for pick up. Sometimes the bike will have a price sign, other times the sign may say “free”. One never knows. Keep an eye out.

Friends/Networking Contacts. How many times have you known someone with good intentions purchasing an exercise bike only to use it a short time? It happens all the time. Think of New Year’s resolutions. I know someone who has gotten rid of three upright exercise bikes this way. Every New Year she makes a resolution to exercise more. So, she buys the bike, uses it for 5 or so months, gets bored, and either sells it or gives it away. Go figure.

Bulletin boards. Retail, restaurant, and local venues usually have bulletin boards. Check these out to see if anyone has placed a notice about having an exercise bike for sale. This avenue will be limited during our COVID-19 pandemic.

Craig’s List and other online selling sites. There are great items for sale on this site. If you are lucky, the seller will live near you and can deliver the exercise bike. This makes it easy to go test the bike out, too. This is how I got my recumbent bike. It’s in excellent condition, also.

Moving. Many people need to downsize when moving. This is a wonderful way to get something you need or want.

Good luck!

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AUTHOR NOTE: Booktoots Healing helps total knee replacement patients find support throughout recuperation and beyond. Its mission is for patients to understand they are not alone in their ordeal with either a tkr or other physicality concerns.

This award-winning site is owned and operated by Marie Buckner, a published author, tkr blogger, and tkr patient who has been living with various health conditions for over 40+ years. She enjoys sharing her experiences to help others going through the same thing.

Marie is also a proud WEGO Health Patient Leader.

Attitude “I Know I Can Do It” Matters

Hi everyone. As a tkr blogger, I have mentioned before about the importance of having a positive outlook or grateful attitude while going through tkr recuperation. Everyone experiences negative emotions during life. Did you know that having an attitude of “I Know I Can Do It” matters?

Upon doing research into games for handicapped individuals, I came upon this enlightening article I wanted to share. It just goes to show the importance of maintaining the proper attitude.

Enjoy!

Here is the link:
http://www.cureourchildren.org/sports.htm

Scroll down on the page and see an article titled..”I Know I Can Do It”. It’s worth taking the time to read…:)

AUTHOR NOTE: Booktoots’ Healing helps total knee replacement patients find support throughout recuperation and beyond. Its mission is for patients to understand they are not alone in their ordeal with either a tkr or other physicality concerns.

This award-winning site is owned and operated by Marie Buckner, a published author, tkr blogger, and tkr patient who has been living with various health conditions for over 40+ years. She enjoys sharing her experiences to help others going through the same thing.

Marie is also a proud WEGO Health Patient Leader.

Not Your Typical TKR Doctor Visit

Hi everyone. An event just popped into my mind while I was thinking about buying some new shoes requiring a shoe lift. As previously mentioned, I need to start wearing an external shoe lift again after my tkr. I thought the surgery took care of my leg length discrepancy, but was wrong. So, here is the event that turned the light bulb on….It is a book excerpt from my soon-to-be-released masterpiece.

It was during my year follow-up after my total knee replacement. My doctor and I were finding out how much of a leg length difference I had. He was placing different blocks underneath my tkr leg, with different thicknesses.

We went through about three of these. None seemed to work. Then, on the fourth….

“How does that one feel?” he asked.

“Hmmm. It feels better than the others. I’m not sure how much better, though,” I indecisively answered.

“OK,” he says as he removes the block and puts another one under my foot. (My back was turned to him).

“How does this one feel?” he asks.

The saga continues….

AUTHOR NOTE: Booktoots Healing helps total knee replacement patients find support throughout recuperation and beyond. Its mission is for patients to understand they are not alone in their ordeal with either a tkr or other health concerns.

This award-winning site is owned and operated by Marie Buckner, a published author, tkr blogger, and tkr patient who has been living with various health conditions for over 40+ years. She enjoys sharing her experiences to help others going through the same thing.

Marie is also a proud WEGO Health Patient Leader.

How To Keep Your Aging Mind Active During COVID-19 Times

Hi everyone. Throughout our lives it is important to keep our brains healthy. The majority of people having a total knee replacement are likely in the older age range (including me!) , I thought it would be beneficial to share information about how to keep your aging mind active during COVID-19 times – and beyond! Of course, this applies to other age groups as well…

Play Brain Games.

Brain games come in all categories. The intent is to have fun while stimulating your mind. Whether it is memory training, visual acuity, puzzles, and/or video games – there is bound to be something that suits your fancy.

Examples:

Crossword puzzles

Suduko

Word games – word search, Hangman, Scrabble, etc.

Treasure hunts including geocaching

Concentration

Engage In Brain Training..aka Brain Fitness

Brain training, on the other hand, is gym exercise for the brain. These maneuvers improve your cognitive abilities. You need to do these exercises to work on/improve memory, intelligence, navigation, communication, focus, mental acuity, and brain processing speed.

An efficient brain training program will be backed up by scientific proof (research). Scientific studies will be peer-reviewed, independent, repeatable, and published in professional journals.

Benefits:

Improved self confidence

Decreased depression

Improved driving skills

Lower medical costs

Faster visual processing speed

Examples:

Visualization

Using your opposite-side hand

If you are right-handed, use your computer mouse with your left

If you are left-handed, brush your teeth with your right hand

Etc…

Close your eyes when performing tasks..rely on touch

Of course, use your common sense

Shower with your eyes closed and feel for your shampoo, soap, etc.

Play with coins to distinguish size changes

Change your daily routine

Walk your dog at a different time

Do a different exercise

Meditate in the evening, if morning is your usual

Play A Musical Instrument

Playing music offers so many benefits, it is a shame to not learn one that suits your desires. Find an instrument that sparks an interest and go for it.

Learn to Read Music

This is a language in and of itself. IT IS A BLAST! Since studies show that only 10% of musicians know how to perform this wonderful, rewarding task – you will be among the educated few.

Read, Read, Read

Our world is turning into a video-oriented one that discourages reading. What a shame. Reading powerfully stimulates the brain. It may take longer to read than watch a video, but the mental results far outweigh the video results.

Go to your library, check out a book, do some Kindle reading, and/or subscribe to a magazine/newsletter. The choice is yours.

That’s about it for now. Can you think of another way to keep your brain healthy as we age? Kindly share in the comment section below.

Here are some informative links you may want to check out:

https://www.rd.com/health/wellness/brain-exercise/

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AUTHOR NOTE: Booktoots Healing helps total knee replacement patients find support throughout recuperation and beyond. Its mission is for patients to understand they are not alone in their ordeal with either a tkr or other physicality concerns.

This multiple award-winning site is owned and operated by Marie Buckner, a published author, popular tkr blogger, and tkr patient who has been living with various health conditions for over 40+ years. She enjoys sharing her experiences to help others going through the same thing.

Marie is also a proud WEGO Health Patient Leader. For more information, visit: https://www.wegohealth.com

11 Ways To Stay Safe During Smoky Conditions

Hi everyone. In addition to dealing with our COVID-19 pandemic, protests, governmental dilemmas, we are now living with poor air conditions caused by California wildfires. YIKES!! I was wondering why I woke up smelling smoke last night. Now I know.  It is difficult enough recuperating from a total knee replacement, but combined with poor weather conditions – it can be unbearable. Here are 10 ways to stay safe in smoky conditions.

  1. Keep a reserve amount of medications/inhalers available at all times. For those requiring these items, running out can endanger health. This is common sense, but needs to be mentioned. I am so grateful I do not require medications/inhalers. I feel for those of you who do.

2) Close your windows. Keep your windows closed to prevent smoky air from entering your living abode or vehicles.

3) Blink often. This is one I easily forget to do. Harmful air particles can easily attach to your eyes. Blinking keeps your eyes healthy by distributing moisture and oils across the surface. This moisture keeps eyes hydrated which prevents harmful particles from attaching to the surface.

If needed, remember to use eye drops. This is especially important if you have any eye health issues.

4) Rinse your eyes. I like simply rinsing my eyes with fresh, filtered room-temperature water. Plain, simple, and economical.

5) Run air conditioners. I understand this keeps internal air cool and circulating. Central air involves closed windows. When using one-window models, remember to close all windows.

The CDC recommends keeping the fresh air intake valve closed. Keep your air filter clean and replace when dirty.

6) Keep fans running. This circulates air, preventing staleness. It also keeps dust from accumulating on surfaces.

7) Stay indoors, if possible. The less time you spend outdoors breathing harmful air, the better off you are. Common sense, folks.

If you must go outdoors, consolidate your visits into one trip. Make short trips. Take precautions. Breathe through your nose and exhale through your mouth. Avoid deep breaths.

8) Drink water. Staying hydrated and flushing your system of any harmful particles is time-tested good advice.

9) Wear a mask. These are different than the cloth face coverings used during our COVID-19 pandemic.  There are respiratory masks available from your pharmacy. Talk with the pharmacist for more information about which ones are beneficial and which are useless.

 10) Keep your indoor air as clean as possible. Take responsibility for lowering your own pollution level. Do this by not using candles, incense, and/or fireplaces. Remember that smoking or vaping hinders air quality.

a) Air purifier. Consider using an air purifier. It not only circulates air, but also removes harmful particles.

11) Stop vacuuming. It recirculates dirt particles. Personally, I don’t see any problem with this recommendation. (joke attempt)

Contact your medical care provider whenever needed.  Emergency rooms are typically full of with people suffering from poor air quality during smoky weather conditions.  Stay safe and contact your doctor at the first sign of any concern.

NOTE:  When we are recuperating from a surgery such as a total knee replacement (tkr), our immune systems are hindered. We are in a high risk category that includes heart disease patients, elderly people, respiratory hindered folk, and the like.

Especially true in our COVID-19 pandemic, you MUST take responsibility for your health during smoky conditions. You, and only you, can prevent further damage.

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AUTHOR NOTE: Booktoots’ Healing helps total knee replacement patients find support throughout recuperation and beyond. Its mission is for patients to understand they are not alone in their ordeal with either a tkr or other health concern.

This site is owned and operated by Marie Buckner, a published author, tkr blogger, and tkr patient who has been living with various health conditions for over 40+ years. She enjoys sharing her experiences to help others going through the same thing.

Marie is also a proud WEGO Health Patient Leader.

My Newly Updated TKR Water Exercising Ebook

Hi everyone! We all know the importance of exercising regularly after having a total knee replacement, or for simply living a healthier lifestyle. So…I am pleased to announce the release of my recently updated 38-page ebook titled “Water Exercising After A TKR”.

You can buy it now by clicking on the Paypal ‘Buy Now’ button. As soon as I receive purchase notification, I will forward the PDF-formatted ebook to you. YOU DO NOT NEED PAYPAL TO PURCHASE THE EBOOK! Credit card options are available:

I will update more purchase options as more become finalized. Thanks!

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AUTHOR NOTE: Booktoots’ Healing helps total knee replacement patients find support throughout recuperation and beyond. Its mission is for patients to understand they are not alone in their ordeal with either a tkr or other physicality concerns.

This award-winning tkr blogging site is owned and operated by Marie Buckner, a published author and tkr patient who has been living with various health conditions for over 40+ years. She enjoys sharing her experiences to help others going through the same thing.

Marie is also a proud WEGO Health Patient Leader.

Closed Head Injury & Multi-Tasking

As I mentioned previously, I have experienced a closed head injury as a result of my car accident. Throughout the years there have been situations where I felt incompetent and confused. One area involves multi-tasking. I thought I’d discuss that here since I’m writing about frontal lobe injury exercises. Research has reassured me. Nice. So, here is an excerpt from an upcoming ebook. Enjoy…

So many times throughout the years of working in a corporate environment, I continually received feedback about the importance of multi-tasking. (Multi-tasking is doing more than one thing at a time). I am not a good multi-tasker and never have been. Due to that, I have felt inadequate in this area. In fact, more than one time I’ve been fired due to my “numerous mistakes”.

When I stated I needed time to concentrate, the feedback was always negative and condescending. Couldn’t be because the job required multi-tasking, could it? Couldn’t be because I was expected to concentrate on balancing a detailed trial balance while continually being interrupted for any number of things? Couldn’t be due to losing my place and having to pick up where I left off, could it? Of course it does.

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AUTHOR NOTE: Booktoots Healing helps total knee replacement patients find support throughout recuperation and beyond. Its mission is for patients to understand they are not alone in their ordeal with either a tkr or other physicality concerns.

This award-winning site is owned and operated by Marie Buckner, a published author, tkr blogger, and tkr patient who has been living with various health conditions for over 40+ years. She enjoys sharing her experiences to help others going through the same thing.

Marie is also a proud WEGO Health Patient Leader.

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Watch Out For Fake Sponsored Content

Hi everyone. In this day and age of increasing social media popularity, I believe it worthy of share this article about online activities. It provides insight into fake sponsored content.

Click on this link to be taken directly to the article:

https://glean.info/fake-sponsored-content-dangerous-new-phenomenon-influencer-marketing/

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AUTHOR NOTE: Booktoots Healing helps total knee replacement patients find support throughout recuperation and beyond. Its mission is for patients to understand they are not alone in their ordeal with either a tkr or other physicality concerns.

This award-winning site is owned and operated by Marie Buckner, a published author and tkr patient who has been living with various health conditions for over 40+ years. She enjoys sharing her experiences to help others going through the same thing. 

Marie is also a proud WEGO Health Patient Leader.