STANDING UP TO SCOLIOSIS by LIBBEY E. EICHER
Facing chronic pain and multiple spine surgeries ...with hope

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"When a routine check-up discovers mild scoliosis in high school freshman Libbey Eicher, doctors were not concerned that it would progress. After all, her skeleton was almost mature. As time would tell, they should have been concerned.
 
In Standing Up to Scoliosis, author Libbey Eicher tells the story of the years after she and her family received the diagnosis of scoliosis. With a rapidly decompensating spine, Eicher and her family turned to many doctors to find answers to or explanations for her case. Eicher shares her thoughts and frustrations as she faced countless doctors’ appointments and seven spinal surgeries in four and a half years. Follow her journey as she learns to give her fear and frustration to God and to wait for healing in His time.
 
In Eicher’s inspirational story, you’ll discover that when storms of life try to overtake you, hope still shines in the distance."
 

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Published July 29, 2011 by CrossBooks. 195 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Biographies & Memoirs, Self Help. Non-fiction

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