Bart Goldstein was only sixteen when he suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in a car accident in 2001. qNo Stone Unturnedq is the saga of Bart 's struggle to regain his life. Told from his father 's point of view, the book chronicles the family 's ordeal, and flashbacks fill in Bart 's life since he arrived from Korea at the age of five months. Considering every possibility in their search for remedies to Bart 's catastrophic injuries, the Goldsteins explored several promising alternatives, including craniosacral, hyperbaric oxygen, sensory learning, and vision restoration therapies. Bart 's remarkable recovery resulted from a combination of conventional medicine and alternative and emerging therapies.TBI has now become the signature injury for thousands of wounded warriors returning from Iraq and Afghanistan; this timely book offers profound insights into what survivors and their families must face. Anyone struggling with this invisible disability will find the book insightful, inspiring, and useful.including the class of 2005 group pictureabe sized for cap and gown, and enjoy all other privileges reserved for seniors. ... There was one due most every weeka a Herculean schedule for Bart, who still declined any assistance at home with schoolwork. ... to me in his customary shotgun position, admiring passing cars, speculating on which ones he might like to getamaybe a nice used Honda Civic.
|Title||:||No Stone Unturned|
|Publisher||:||Potomac Books, Inc. - 2012|