I’ve posted a video review of the book below.
And she talks about her journey into trying to find various cures or treatments, because there is no cure for dystonia. She checks out all these different treatments, including surgery
which doesn’t work—multiple surgeries, I might add.
And she’s fortunate to have parents who were very supportive and a family situation that was very supportive, because I just think it’s remarkable that a person dealing with this condition and knowing firsthand how frustrating it is to go through different treatment options and have them not work. The condition itself can be painful. It certainly tires a person out. I speak from experience here.
In any case, I just think the book is a remarkable story and that everyone should read it, because I want everyone to know about dystonia. And so this gets my recommendation—my highest recommendation as a book that should be read. A TWISTED FATE: MY LIFE WITH DYSTONIA by Brenda Currey Lewis.
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