Health & Fitness, Physical Impairments
Surviving the Reckless Roller Coaster Ride to Recovery by Randy Wagner
Wag is a charismatic and mischievous character. A soon-to-be Boston Pizza franchise owner, he likes to push people’s buttons and takes life to the extreme. After an evening out with his wife in Calgary, he decides to drive back to his temporary home ...
The Chris Stoddart Story by Chris Stoddart
In the late 1960s, a new sport emerged in Canada that would change the lives of many people: wheelchair sports. In Life in the Fast Lane, Chris Stoddart recounts the rise of wheelchair racing, with him as one of its pioneers. Born with spina ...
A Recovery Plan for Therapists and their Patients by Janet Delorme
This book was written by a physiotherapist who became the patient. From her unique perspective, Janet Delorme recognized and understood a complex problem that might otherwise go undiagnosed. Do these symptoms sound familiar? * Cannot tolerate ...
Unique Three Dimensional Approach by Janet C Delorme
Sometimes, a ‘winging scapula’ reveals a disabling scapulothoracic condition. Sometimes it does not. Often, despite no observable winging, debilitating scapulothoracic conditions go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. This “shoulder” problem is poorly ...
A Journey of Perception by L.J. Nelson
That is Not Me: A Journey of Perception is based on a poem the author wrote during her early twenties. Growing up in the 1960s and ‘70s, L.J. Nelson struggled to understand who she was as a Little Person diagnosed with Achondroplasia. During that ...
by Rhonda King
Anyone who has suffered from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and/or Fibromyalgia will empathize with Rhonda King’s ten-year journey through chronic illness and eventual return to full health. Rhonda tells her story with candidness and humour. She shares ...