A user friendly guide filled with latest medical expertise and helpful facts about these common conditions!
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) September 15, 2010
The Owners Manual for Injury Prevention by Bruce Kaler M.D. an invaluable resource for prevention and understanding injury care has just been published by physician/author Bruce Kaler M.D. http://seattledoc.com. A new concise handbook with conveniently organized information on the most common injuries. Dr. Kaler has been a physician in general practice for over thirty years and brings his diverse clinical experience to the Owners Manual for practical help with common medical problems.
The Owners Manual for Injury Prevention is intended to be a primer for anyone who needs help understanding prevention and managing injury care. It explains in easy to understand terms how to recognize and understand the most common ailments and injuries at home and work. It is an invaluable resource for patients, human resource personnel and safety directors. This user friendly guide contains the latest expertise and tips for managing and preventing injuries from back strain to stress management. Owners Manual for Injury Prevention is a vital guide to understanding treatment and safety from an authority on injury care and prevention.
Owners Manual for Injury Prevention is available on Amazon.com or Smashwords.com as well as many other retailers. Visit the author’s Web site at http://seattledoc.com. Members of the press can contact the author at email@example.com.
About the Author
Bruce Kaler has been a physician for over 30 years, working in family practice, occupational medicine and urgent care. He has also authored the medical mystery novel Turnabout by Bruce Kaler M.D. Turnabout is available through the author’s web site or at Amazon.com. Dr Kaler is still a practicing clinician and currently lives in a suburb of Seattle. He is also a freelance writer of articles on health related matters and contributor to Ezine Articles http://ezinearticles.com and Blog Critics http://blogcritics.org
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