When Randy Crane started writing, he focused mostly on computer imaging. His technical writings include a couple of books written for the Prentice Hall Professional Series.
Randy's life changed in 1994 when he was diagnosed with Meniere's disease. He spent the next years both suffering and learning. When he determined that conventional medicine wasn't going to alleviate the symptoms of Meniere's, he took upon himself to learn what it would take to get better. After several years, he figured it out. He then spent the next few years sharing his findings with friends and family. It was clear that there was a broad interest in what he had learned. He decided to share what he had learned by writing this book.
Randy enjoys skiing, playing racquetball, mountain biking, and other activities that require a stable equilibrium. He lives with his wife and family in Fort Collins, Colorado.
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Overcoming Meniere's Disease: A Practical Guide
by Randy Crane
Meniere’s disease is a disorder of the inner ear that causes suffers to have problems with their equilibrium. At its worst, it is completely disabling.
Randy Crane was diagnosed with it in 1994. Since then, he has studied the disease and analyzed what works and what doesn't in bringing relief. He shares what he has learned over the years in this book.
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