Tietze's Syndrome: Causes, Tests, and Treatmentsby Stephanie Kenrose
Are you tired of suffering from Tietze's syndrome? This easy-to-use guide offers advice on controlling your symptoms and making the kinds of lifestyle changes to allow you to live a full and active life again. Inside this book, you'll find information on current treatments from dietary changes and biofeedback to local anesthetic blocks and surgery. What people are saying about the 1st edition: "A neatly summarized book with easy, sound recommendations for anyone who is suffering or knows someone with similar symptoms, gives you a good insight on what is going on inside and at the same time helps your health provider to give you a better diagnosis and treatment." Martha Marquez, M.D. "This book is great! This will definitely help us understand and manage Tietze's Syndrome, not only for those who are experiencing the same illness, but also the medical professionals as well. I would definitely recommend that people buy this book for reference." Janice Geronimo, R.N.
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This book only shares some of the information that's already on her website for free and some recipes, nothing else. A complete waste of money, and one of very few book purchases I've ever regretted.
I am working in a Pharmaceutical company bought this book along with many others. I were expecting a general information like other books but i found some recipes as well, even though i am not patient but I'll give a try to Meatballs and Pasta :). For patients and Professionals, this book covers all aspects like history, symptoms, tests, treatment and diet. I would say this book is well researched, clearly written with easy approach. Thanks Stephanie
I had Tietze's syndrome for years before getting this informative and life changing book. I never would have thought that something as simple as changing my diet would have improved my symptoms (my doctor never, ever had any advice except for "Advil.") This book is indispensable, and I would recommend it to anyone with Tietze's syndrome.