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Parkinsons Recovery

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Parkinsons Recovery was founded in 2004 by Robert Rodgers, PhD to provide support, information and resources to persons who currently experience the symptoms of Parkinson's disease.

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Stress and trauma lurk behind most diseases, including Parkinson's. John O'Dwyer has authored a book which describes a number of modern energy balancing methods for dealing with emotional stress, trauma and other... more

Natural Pharmacist Ross Pelton discusses a recent discovery that has identified an enzyme (ME-3) that enbables the body to produce glutathione naturally. Discovery & importance of ME-3 Glutathione's multiple functions in PD Studies... more

Many people hold the belief that Parkinson's is "degenerative" which means that people who have been diagnosed will exhibit a decline in their health every year. Listeners answered a three question survey to test out this assertion. Findings... more

Tom O'Bryan provides a powerful and cogent examination of the mechanisms underlying this modern-day epidemic, with over 80 million people affected by autoimmunity in the US alone, including top celebrities like Selena Gomez who... more

Chronic illness, by definition, is a failure to heal in spite of interventions. When embarking on a healing journey with any holistic modality, we must first ask, ?Can I count on my body to heal itself when all is said and done, after all the... more

There is a strong view among adventurous healthcare professionals that Parkinson's disease is not a distinct, separate ?disease?, but one possible set of symptoms arising from one or more causes that create a degenerative process.... more

Dr. Christian Hageseth, a 75-year-old retired psychiatrist has had PD for 5 ½ years. He tried three medications briefly early in his illness, but stopped due to side effects and expense. The day after his diagnosis he started... more

John Pepper, author of Reverse Parkinsons Disease, is not a doctor. He is a Parkinson's Patient with 51 years of experience. These are the actions, which have helped John reverse his symptoms. Regular Energetic Exercise Learn... more

The limbic system is a complex set of structures in the mid brain that includes the hypothalamus, hippocampus, amygdala and cingulate cortex.It has been described as the ?feeling and reacting brain?. It is responsible for the formation... more

The fine and gross motor controls of the hands help to grow the brain. This brain growth occurs specifically on the surface of the brain (cerebral cortex) as well as certain anatomical areas of the hippocampi structures, the corpus collosum and... more

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