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* Patient's Perspective on Preparing For A TKR
* Dealing With Insomnia After a Total Knee Replacement
* "Why Do You Talk Like That?" ...life after a fractured jaw
* Water Exercising After a Total Knee Replacement ....or anyone with mobility concerns
* More to Come....
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I’m not a medical pro, On whose advice you should heed, So please beware that, What works for me, May not suit your need. (aka Waiver of Liability)


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The intended mission of the site is to help people dealing with total knee replacements and other physical concerns realize they are not alone.

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Using My Toes To Dress Myself

Hi everyone! Here is an excerpt from my upcoming book about living in a body cast for two years. I had a full body cast (spica) that covered my entire left side from chest to ankle. Enjoy!

When I needed to get dressed, I would pick my clothing up with my toes. In addition […]

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 […]

Is Copyrighting A Good Idea?

My business school background pounded it into my head the importance of copyrighting one’s work. Now, there is a train of thought that copyrighting is not a good idea. It is said to hinder the author in a variety of ways. Hmm…

I find this very interesting since I have seen my blog […]

Fresh Off The Press – My E-Book!

Hi everyone,
After having received requests for a pre-op tkr book, I just completed one. It’s in PDF form and is 30 pages. It’s an electronic book, or what is popularly known as an “ebook”. 🙂

It’s a helpful book that I wish I would have had when I knew I’d […]

Book Writing Suggestions

As I have mentioned in other blog posts, I subscribe to a useful and wonderful blog titled, Write to Done by Leo Babauta. (http:writetodone.com)

Having recently published a book, Leo’s most recent blog post contained information on helping others write a book. I thought I’d pass it along since it is both informative […]

How Using Dialogue Helped Me

While working on my book a few days ago, I came upon a surprising discovery as to writing about difficult topics. See, writing about being in a body cast for two years brings back many “not-to-positive” memories. Throughout the years I still think about things and negative emotions are brought up. […]

Recent Interview on Writing A Best Seller

I received this email newsletter a few days ago about tips on writing a best selling book.  It was found in the ‘Write To Done’ newsletter, authored by Leo Babauta of the popular blog ‘Zen Habits’.  It’s very informative and interesting, so I thought I would share it.  Enjoy!

By Leo Babauta

It’s pretty rare that a […]

Writing Outlines & the Computer Age

Writing has always been an enjoyment of mine. And, the other night I was thinking about how things have changed since the days when I first learned to write. This blog post will be about writing outlines in the technological age. Or, more appropriately, how the computer can be used to […]

A Short Thank You

I wanted to take a brief moment and send a “thank you” to all of my readers. You have shared your thoughts, questions, and provided inspiration to both me and everyone else who visits this blog.

What began as simply a process of recording my book writing journey has turned into a mini-support system. […]

Remembering the Humor

While figuring out ways to incorporate humor into my book about being laid up for two years, I suddenly recalled the hilarious encounters I shared with my hospital roomie. Each of us were in there with major injuries (she had a fractured hip) and we needed laughs desperately. And, to boot, we got […]