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Toe Up to 10K: A Journey of Recovery from Spinal Cord Injury

READ ä Toe Up to 10K: A Journey of Recovery from Spinal Cord Injury In June 2012 Steven Fujita went to the emergency room and was diagnosed with meningitis After four days of improvement he was scheduled to be discharged when his condition worsened dramatically His blood pressure body temperature and sodium levels all became dangerously low He started to lose consciousness He was rushed to the Intensive Care Unit He had suffered spinal cord damage at the T4 level Upon regaining full consciousness Fujita could not speak eat breathe independently control bodily functions nor move his legs Once we understand what we have to go through become resolved to see it through and know we will survive we feel our ordeal is not so bad Fujita writes In this book he takes the reader on a journey of recovery from a spinal cord injury It is not only a journey of determination and hard work but of positive attitude of drawing inspiration of gratitude towards those around him his family his friends co workers and medical prof. I m so glad I found this book I love medical memoirs and this sounded a really amazing and inspirational story I read it in only a few days Steven Fujita seems to have sinusitis or some sort of virus He is eventually admitted to hospital with meningitis As if that wasn t bad enough things take a turn for the worse and Steven ends up with spinal cord injury He is unconscious for a while and when he comes around he can t speak eat and has no feeling in his lower limbs He is paralysed This book recounts his time in hospital his long slow recovery and how far he has come Steven tells us everything exactly as he remembers it and for times he can t remember he tells us via his medical records It s so informative I ve read uite a few medical memoirs but here are some conditions mentioned that I didn t know about already Symptom after new symptom and a scary procedure so much to contend with Feeling later came back in his lower extremities and began with one of his big toes the book title comes from this It s a long hard slog to get himself going again all the exercises etc yet he remained positive kept rigorously to his given exercise programme and even tried out his own ways of achieving his goals So determined never giving up such drive He is to be admired This is an inspiring read for anyone and especially so for anyone having gone through circumstances such as this It s not just about getting moving again getting walking again it s the things you don t think about with lower body paralysis bladder and bowel function or rather dysfunction as if a person can t feel their legs etc they can t feel the urge to go to the toilet Even these functions can recover as Steven Fujita shows it can be possible Not all plain sailing not all moving forward there are hurdles and loss of progress at some points There are certainly many ups and downs he says at one point he became tired of reading inspirational stories about others felt it wasn t happening to him how he d want There s a good uote encompassing that whatever it was he got better full stop he s not making any outrageous claims etc it was hard it took a long time but he s better he s much better and hopefully he will improve some even if it s only a little bit Whatever he s so thankful and he comes across as a really nice guy I m so pleased for him And he made a great job of this book too I like his outlook He doesn t claim anything He improved it was time exercising his muscles getting them active again He took supplements later would they make any difference He doesn t know but they didn t make him worse but he started taking them later so he s not advocating any weird and wonderful concoctions just a supplement to what he was already doing This makes complete sense he couldn t walk but instead of just sitting there crawled across the floor like an infant pulling up on the sofa This would have helped get him walking again repeating the process that all children go through to strengthen their legs etc and begin to walk An excellent book It just shows this can happen to anyone Steven wasn t injured or anything like that and he ended up with spinal cord injury In the back of the book are a few books mentioned that Steven found a great inspiration to him as he was on his road to recovery eg Christopher and Dana Reeve s book maybe one day someone will have Steven s book listed in their Appendices of inspirational books

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READ ä Toe Up to 10K: A Journey of Recovery from Spinal Cord Injury OnalsIn June 2012 Steven Fujita went to the emergency room and was diagnosed with meningitisAfter four days of improvement he was scheduled to be discharged when his condition worsened dramaticallyHis blood pressure body temperature and sodium levels all became dangerously lowHe started to lose consciousnessHe was rushed to the Intensive Care UnitHe had suffered spinal cord damage at the T4 levelUpon regaining full consciousness Fujita could not speak eat breathe independently control bodily functions normove his legs Once we understand what we have to go through become resolved to see it through and know we will survive we feel our ordeal is not so badFujita writesIn this book he takes the reader on a journeyof recovery from a spinal cord injuryIt is not only a journey ofdetermination and hard work but of positive attitude of drawing inspiration of gratitude towards those around him his family his friendsco workers and medical professional. I ve the pleasure of working with Steve for years However reading his personal account of being stuck down suddenly by an infirmity and hospitalized with uestions than answers His uest and determination to do tasks which most people do without thought moving a toe self care and walking again after months of rehab are a testament to his faith and desire to recover I cried oftenvery inspiring Italian Grammar: a QuickStudy Laminated Language Reference Guide (QuickStudy Language) diagnosed with meningitisAfter four Guide Créole Guadeloupéen days of improvement he was scheduled to be Guide de conversation Larousse américain discharged when his condition worsened 2000 Most Common Korean Words in Context: Get Fluent & Increase Your Korean Vocabulary with 2000 Korean Phrases (Korean Language Lessons) dramaticallyHis blood pressure body temperature and sodium levels all became Reise Know-How Sprachführer Paschto für Afghanistan und Pakistan - Wort für Wort: Kauderwelsch-Band 91 dangerously lowHe started to lose consciousnessHe was rushed to the Intensive Care UnitHe had suffered spinal cord Guide Farfelu Mais N'Cessaire de Conversation Anglaise (Points gouts des mots) (English and French Edition) damage at the T4 levelUpon regaining full consciousness Fujita could not speak eat breathe independently control bodily functions normove his legs Once we understand what we have to go through become resolved to see it through and know we will survive we feel our ordeal is not so badFujita writesIn this book he takes the reader on a journeyof recovery from a spinal cord injuryIt is not only a journey ofdetermination and hard work but of positive attitude of Le Russe - Guide de conversation Pour les Nuls drawing inspiration of gratitude towards those around him his family his friendsco workers and medical professional. I ve the pleasure of working with Steve for years However reading his personal account of being stuck 1001 Expressions pour tout dire en Anglais down suddenly by an infirmity and hospitalized with uestions than answers His uest and Créole martiniquais - Guide de conversation (Guide de conversation Assimil) determination to Sky my husband ! The Integrale /Ciel mon mari! L'i do tasks which most people Parlez Chti !: Dictionnaire français-chti (Terre de poche) (French Edition) do without thought moving a toe self care and walking again after months of rehab are a testament to his faith and GUIDE POCHE PORTOGHESE TASCA (GUIDES DE CONVERSATION) desire to recover I cried oftenvery inspiring

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READ ä Toe Up to 10K: A Journey of Recovery from Spinal Cord Injury EssionalsIn June 2012 Steven Fujita went to the emergency room and was diagnosed with meningitisAfter four days of improvement he was scheduled to be discharged when his condition worsened dramaticallyHis blood pressure body temperature and sodium levels all became dangerously lowHe started to lose consciousnessHe was rushed to the Intensive Care UnitHe had suffered spinal cord damage at the T4 levelUpon regaining full consciousness Fujita could not speak eat breathe independently control bodily functions normove his legs Once we understand what we have to go through become resolved to see it through and know we will survive we feel our ordeal is not so badFujita writesIn this book he takes the reader on a journeyof recovery from a spinal cord injuryIt is not only a journey ofdetermination and hard work but of positive attitude of drawing inspiration of gratitude towards those around him his family his friendsco workers and medical professi. I was so impressed by this wonderful tale of recovery and struggle Mr Fujita is an amazing human being to have gone through this much pain and anguish and come out the other side of it with thoughts of giving hope to others This book is very well written it made my heart swell with joy for the hurdles that to most of us are small but to him were mountainous but he climbed them and is still climbing his way to his goal Thank you for your Inspiration Mr Fujita


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    CHARACTERS Toe Up to 10K: A Journey of Recovery from Spinal Cord Injury Toe Up to 10K: A Journey of Recovery from Spinal Cord Injury pdf – Steven Fujita Download SUMMARY ↠ LEARNTOPARK.CO.ZA ✓ Steven Fujita I'm so glad I found this book I love medical memoirs and this sounded a really amazing and inspirational story I read it in only a few days Steven Fujita seems to have sinusitis or some sort of virus He is eventually admitted to hospital with meningitis As if that wasn't bad enough things take a turn for the worse and Steven ends up with spin

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    Toe Up to 10K: A Journey of Recovery from Spinal Cord Injury pdf – Steven Fujita Download Steven Fujita ✓ 1 READ CHARACTERS Toe Up to 10K: A Journey of Recovery from Spinal Cord Injury I was so impressed by this wonderful tale of recovery and struggle Mr Fujita is an amazing human being to have gone through this much pain and anguish and come out the other side of it with thoughts of giving hope to others This book is very well written it made my heart swell with joy for the hurdles that to most of us are small

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    Steven Fujita ✓ 1 READ Toe Up to 10K: A Journey of Recovery from Spinal Cord Injury pdf – Steven Fujita Download I've the pleasure of working with Steve for years However reading his personal account of being stuck down suddenly by an infirmity and hospitalized with uestions than answers His uest and determination to do tasks which most people do without thought moving a toe self care and walking again after months of rehab are a testament t

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    CHARACTERS Toe Up to 10K: A Journey of Recovery from Spinal Cord Injury SUMMARY ↠ LEARNTOPARK.CO.ZA ✓ Steven Fujita Steven Fujita ✓ 1 READ He provided a good timeline of his recovery medical issues challenges motivation etc Overall as a person with a SCI it was worth reading

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