Medical Education Memoir
Dr. Emery presents a proactive memoir, which discusses pipolar disorder and how this disease affected his life before and after the diagnosis at age 39.
Dr. Emery has had many unique experiences including a childhood in West Virginia, exposure to the UCLA football program in the late 50’s, UCSF Medical School, the Watts Riot of 1965, the Vietnam War and the Tet Offensive of 1998. He practiced Urology in Southern California for over 30 years.
He draws from these experiences to explain his experience with bipolar disorder and to describe many other medical conditions he has delt with.
The book has been described as a very good book to read for all those interested in bipolar disorder and see how one person dealt with this disease.
About the Author
Dr. Emery was born Niagaria Falls, NY, grew up in West Virginia, attended UCLA on a football and academic schlorship, attended UCSF medical school, was an intern during the 1965 Watts Riot and served as a doctor with the First Marine Air Wing during the Vietnam War. He practiced Urology in Southern California for over 30 years.