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The author of the book: William Wright
Edition: Wise Media Group
Date of issue: October 3rd 2014
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"Don't you understand, Doc, I'm just dizzy!"
As a "dizzy doctor," a specialist who accepted referrals of dizzy patients from other doctors, ear surgeon Dr. William Wright became the "go to" resource for patients with difficult balance problems.
He found that patients could often tell him the diagnosis if he just asked the right questions. Here he distills 30 years of experience into a simple guide for the non-medical person suffering from dizziness.
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Read information about the authorI was an ear surgeon in Indianapolis before burning out and trying to retire. A second career fell into my lap with a job as the physician at the Colorado State Penitentiary, the state's maximum-security prison.
The experience was weird enough for me to write a book about it, Maximum Insecurity. If you've always wondered what really goes on in a supermax prison, especially trying to practice medicine in one, check it out at http://www.WilliamWrightBooks.com.
A sequel about being the medical director at the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center (the county jail) was published 12/14. Come see it at http://www.WilliamWrightBooks.com.
Now, here's the official bio:
A resident of Colorado Springs, William “Bill” Wright, MD earned his medical degree at the University of Michigan. After working as an ear surgeon for thirty years, Bill spent eight years practicing correctional medicine with the Colorado Department of Corrections. He has published over fifty medical journal articles. Maximum Insecurity is the light-hearted adventure of Wright’s career practicing medicine in a supermax correctional facility.
A commercial artist and private pilot, Bill has three black belts and is a certified instructor of Aikido and Tae Kwan Do. He is married, with four children and six grandchildren.