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August 11th 2015:Recovering from a Stroke: A Creative Approach

Stephen Schwertley needed to recover from an unexpected stroke. To do so, he challenged himself to start writing a book! Writing the novel helped this aspiring author to heal from his stroke-related complications while focusing on his life-long dream of publishing his works. “These ideas had been in my head since my college days and I just had not taken the time to get them onto paper,” he said. The result was the novel “Enemy in the Heartland,” which has been called a terror plot page turner. In this show, we discuss symptoms of a stroke, some complications, and the treatment Stephen receive

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Stephen Schwertley

A graduate of Arizona State University with a B.S. in Biology, Stephen Schwertley began as a salesman in the medical equipment industry and progressed to sales in the reprographic, semiconductor, automotive, and software marketplaces. As Schwertley’s professional career blossomed, he achieved positions as National Sales Manager MGI Systems, Director of Sales for BL-Systems, and National Account Manager for Kwik-Way Products, Inc. Along the way, he won a National Award as a salesman. Schwertley is known for the quirky sense of humor that permeates his life. He lives in Cave Creek Arizona with his wife Joy and their two Yorkies Jack and Foxy.
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