Rob's History with the Condition
Rob has been published online and in print, and he's appeared on several radio shows.
On his award-winning blog, Rob writes with humor, emotion, and honesty. Audience enjoyment is at the heart of his every word.
“At the age of 50, I was fit and healthy. I walked long distances, pushed Bridget around the UK in her wheelchair, and spent my spare time promoting access in the travel industry.
“A year later, I had a heart attack. I was then diagnosed with heart failure, lost a kidney to cancer, and was in constant pain with fibromyalgia.
“I still have limited mobility and am in pain and breathless most of the time. My ability to push a wheelchair these days is almost non-existent.
“But all is not lost.
“I can still think, write, love, and champion causes that matter. I can use my experiences to help others and find new ways to embrace life.
“To me, chronic illness is simply another barrier to break. It's far from easy. Some days it feels impossible.
“But, with careful thought, flexible planning, and some determination, I know the next chapter will be exciting.”
The information presented is solely for educational purposes, not as specific advice for the evaluation, management, or treatment of any condition.
NPS-ALL-NP-00929 April 2023