Getting Out has received an award nomination and received an Honorary mention at the 2021 New York Book Festival.

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Here is a sneak peek of my story in the book…

Learn the proper exercises to help you leave the wheelchair. This book will speed up the process. Years of knowledge gained through Greg Siofer’s journey and emotional disaster will help you accomplish your goal. Imagine contacting a physical therapist for help and already knowing the exercises you need.
You will learn workouts that will efficiently improve your situation, which the physical therapist might not even be aware of yet. These come from doctors and other professionals who deal with physical problems and address recovery in a different way. Already knowing the exercises will help you leave the wheelchair fast; relearning to walk does take time, but with proper guidance, the time is shortened.
This book will help you:
– Identify your physical therapy needs
– Learn valuable exercises
– Improve your recovery time
– Save money
– Build the confidence you need to leave your wheelchair!
Start expanding your knowledge with this book.
Editorial Reviews
This is not normally the type of book I would read but WOW I’m so glad I did. Your story brought tears to my eyes and your journey has been amazing.
–Charlie Bell, Author of Chalrie Bell ★★★★★
For the readers, this is a must read since it will provide a different perspective than most books, telling a story like untold before.
Anonymous ★★★★★
The reader will feel each moment of frustration when he fails and joy when he finally takes those first steps. The author’s message is simple: find what motivates you, learn to accept changes will take time, and do not be afraid to push your body.
Judy K ★★★★★
The unique selling point of this book is the author himself. “How can you write an article about relearning to walk if you have never relearned to walk?” Nothing in this book is based on research done in lab conditions by people who don’t know what it feels like to be in a wheelchair. Everything mentioned in the book is something that Siofer has personally gone through, tried, and tested.
–Literary Titan ★★★★★