Author Bonnie Wright-Miller’s new book “Apples and Orchards: The Suggestive Imaging Series, Book 2” provides a simple method for improving brain function after trauma

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Recent release “Apples and Orchards: The Suggestive Imaging Series, Book 2” from Page Publishing author Bonnie Wright-Miller offers a straightforward approach to brain imaging exercises for patients recovering from stroke or other injury.

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Bonnie Wright-Miller, a Massachusetts resident currently pursuing a career in brain healing and stroke recovery in the Boston area, has completed her new book “Apples and Orchards: The Suggestive Imaging Series, Book 2”: an invaluable resource for patients seeking to augment their own post-injury rehabilitation.

Bonnie writes, “This is the second book that describes mirror-image tasks and what that means to the brain.
Apples require you to form an image that meets the mirror call need to have a safe place to store the apples, such as a bag, or a refrigerator shelf. This is so you can use the hand safely in the future.”

Published by Page Publishing, Bonnie Wright-Miller’s highly focused workbook provides easy-to-follow exercises for readers taking the initiative in their recovery from traumatic brain injury or stroke.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Apples and Orchards: The Suggestive Imaging Series, Book 2” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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