I frequently toss around the cliche; I am waiting for my other shoe to drop.
A couple of weeks ago, as I rose from my dining room chair, my right foot chose to collapse and smack the ground instead of holding up my body. When I tried to stand up and make sense of what had happened, I realized I was dropping another shoe.
Seconds after a non-elegant flop lands me on top of our Saltillo Tiles; I wonder how my two-and-a-half-inch wedge shoe would break? As I stumble to rise, I am confused. My go-to black wedges look fine; I question if it is my right foot and not my shoe that is the reason for my fall.Read More
RARE PATIENT VOICE PAID HEALTH SURVEYS CREATE AWARENESS HELP OTHERS PAID HEALTH SURVEYS Do you or someone you care for have a rare disease? If so, then please become part of the Rare Patient Voice referral program. Rare Patient Voice connects patients and caregivers with confidential research studies and surveys. Rare Patient Voice pays participants…Read More
UCLA Neurological Surgeon Dr. Geoffrey Colby Medical Expertise Gives Life The months have flown, but each day I give gratitude that UCLA Neurological Surgeon Dr. Geoffrey Colby medical expertise gives life to my husband, and our family. With are fortunate that Doctor Colby was able to diagnosis, test and provide my husband life-saving brain surgery…Read More
From Water In The Ear To Dural Arteriovenous Fistulas Brain Surgery In 90 Days As my husband recovers from successful five-hour brain surgery, I reflect on our family’s latest medical journey. My husband’s rare brain dural arteriovenous fistulas (dAVFs) emphasizes how life can change in a moment, and why you need a second medical opinion.…Read More
How To Protect Your Mental Health If You Become Physically Disabled This HypoGal Blog post is about how to protect your mental health if you become physically disabled. Mental health is not an easy topic for most to speak about, including me. I realize my voice needs to chime about mental health and disability. Before…Read More