The Body Nobody Believed

Published 2022, Amazon Prohub The book, ‘The body nobody believed’ was conceived after Isobel had endured years of disbelief as to her many health symptoms from the medical profession. Although Isobel had tried to turn such negatives into more positive self-help type books she wanted to tell her story completely ‘raw’ and so she turned to the academic model of ‘Narrative Medicine’ – story telling in medicine- and wanted to

A Multidisciplinary Approach to Managing Ehlers-Danlos (Type III)

A Multidisciplinary Approach to Managing Ehlers-Danlos (Type III) – Hypermobility Syndrome: Working with the Chronic Complex Patient

Working with the chronic, complex patient. 2013, Singing Dragon Press Ehlers Danlos-Hypermobility Syndrome is a challenging condition which is often misunderstood and misdiagnosed. This book looks at how physiotherapy can provide effective and lasting relief for sufferers. The book explains how EDHS is diagnosed and how a physical assessment of the patient should be carried out. It shows how physiotherapy can systematically work through the body inside out to relieve

A Guide to Living with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (Hypermobility Type) – Second Edition

A Guide to Living with Hypermobility Syndrome – Bending without Breaking. 2011 Singing Dragon Press “What Isobel Knight brings to the literature [on Hypermobility Syndrome] is something appealing and unique… This is a book for anyone who wants to understand the personal impact of Hypermobility Syndrome, as much as its clinical presentation and management without all the medical jargon.” Extract from the foreword by Dr Alan J Hakim, Consultant Rheumatologist and

The Skin Collection

The Skin Collection

Isobel Knight 2009 with Mental Health publishers ‘Chipmunka Press’ The Skin Collection was initially based upon six poems that were to do with self-harming behaviour in the form of skin-picking. As Isobel developed confidence she begun to use poetry to help describe the desperateness of her depression and mood-swings. Isobel finally found a way of using words to put a voice to some very difficult feelings that were not only

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