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About the author:
Bob Keller has studied and worked in a lot of different areas: electrical engineering, psychology, computer science, neuroscience, creative writing, knowledge engineering, and more. He has graduate degrees in some, and has undertaken numerous professional training programs.
But what Bob enjoys most is taking complex ideas about body, mind, and spirit, and explaining them in terms ordinary intelligent people can understand. This could be something like psycho neuro immunology or acid reflux, ganglion cysts or sciatica, the amazing human brain or the way cuts heal.
Bob has written and presented numerous seminars, taught small and large groups of students of all ages, and has lectured at colleges and universities. He is the author of two books on computer science.
Bob maintains a holistic practice in Newburyport, MA. This includes medical massage therapy for pain relief with advice on muscular balance and diet. In addition his practice offers psychological counseling, dream work, and spiritual direction.
Bob lives in Newburyport with his accomplished wife, Clare, and two highly intelligent cats, Castor and Pollux.
He is best reached by e-mail to bob@MyokinEast.com.
Making Sense of Medicine
Medical Matters Made Simple
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Making Sense of Medicine is an easy to read companion and guide to understanding things that happen to you every day.
A sharp pain shoots down the side of your leg. Do you know what's causing it? Do you know how to make it better?
Your wrist and hand become weak and painful. Do you know what's happening in your body? Do you know how to prevent it in future?
You often get intense headaches for no apparent reason. Do you know how to avoid taking medications for these? Do you know how to make them less frequent and less severe?
These questions have complex answers, but Making Sense of Medicine answers them in a way that anyone can understand. For these and dozens of other common conditions, this book explains in simple terms
* How your body and mind work.
* What's happening to you when you hurt.
* How and when to take action.
* What makes the pain better.
* How to prevent it from coming back.
Robert Keller has experience with the often complicated conditions described in Making Sense of Medicine. He has a passion and a talent for explaining complex topics in everyday terms.
In the words of one reader: "Finally! Someone has put into words, an explanation...that I can understand."
Another says: Making Sense of Medicine "provides counsel and strategies on a wide variety of medical and mental health issues. Bob Keller
communicates about health in ways anyone can understand."
And yet another reader says: "I think Mr. Keller is brilliant! He thoroughly knows his subject matter and presents it clearly and in a way that is easy to understand. I have learned so much from him!"
- Publication Date:
- 1534982590 / 9781534982598
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Health & Fitness / Health Care Issues