WESTBOROUGH – A Westborough resident has published a new book, entitled “Navigate the Medical Maze — Indispensable Resources and a Roadmap to Explore the Critical Importance of Second Opinions from Hospitals, Surgeons, Rehabilitation Facilities and Caregivers” after being driven to write about his experiences after being crippled from botched medical procedures and contracting multiple, life-threatening infections in his spine, legs, and hips.
His motivation was to inspire others to get more than one medical opinion to help avoid
debilitating conditions and chronic pain.
William “Bill” Reiley Butler’s book provides testimonials from patients, surgeons, and medical professionals to benefit the reader’s understanding of advocacy, medical roles, infection prevention, pain/incapacity scales, and detailed comparisons of hospitals, rehab facilities, and nursing homes.
This is Butler’s second nonfiction book of real-life stories, researched information, and advice on critical life decisions. His first book, “Roads to Addiction, Highways to Recovery,” written under the pen name Brian Masters, created eleven action plans and a recommended measuring system for the homeless and those affected by substance abuse.
That book was endorsed by researcher and author William White as well as Dr. David Best, top experts in the field in London, England.
“Navigate the Medical Maze” is a #1 Amazon Bestseller andhas been endorsed by Joyce Kulhawik, an Emmy Award winning broadcast journalist and three-time cancer survivor.
Butler’s website is william-butler.com for Life Realities, LLC. The book was edited and published by Jackie Morey, CEO, CMO, and Book Publisher, Customer Strategy Academy.
Butler will hold a book signing promoting his latest book at Tatnuck Bookseller on Nov. 21 from 1pm to 3pm.
Tatnuck is located in the Westborough Shopping Center at the intersection of Route 9 and Lyman Street.