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Early Bird Special for Jump Start to Recovery from Parkinson’s Disease

For only the second time this year I am offering the Jump start to Recovery from Parkinson’s disease course for persons interested in finding therapies that can offer relief from symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. After fourteen years of research into natural therapies that have helped people reverse the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, I have identified an overwhelming (and exciting) list of treatment options. There are so many good ones out there these days. The only glitch is: which ones are the right ones for you?

The focus of the Jump Start to Recovery course is first to help participants identify the cause or causes of their symptoms. Once the causes have been identified, we focus on identifying therapies that offer the promise of successfully addressing them. The course is designed to help each person develop their own detailed plan of recovery. In other words, the mission of the course is to literally jump start your recovery!

The course launches on Tuesday, August 1st at 12:00 noon pacific time. We convene together for eight consecutive class sessions. All sessions are recorded for later access for participants unable to attend all of the live sessions.

The early bird special expires June 30th. If you are interested in getting a firm handle on your recovery program, now is the time to enroll.  For more information and to register visit:

Robert Rodgers PhD
Parkinsons Recovery

Natural Therapies for Parkinson’s Disease

The following are some of the questions and issues discussed during the program today:

  • Is eczema common to Parkinson’s
  • Does low dose Naltrexone replace the need for carbidopa/levodopa?
  • What can be done about dementia?
  • How can I become more independent?
  • Would surgery I had 18 months ago contribute to my Parkinson’s symptoms?
  • What is the cause of tremors?
  • Why does vibration reduce Parkinson’s symptoms?
  • Can stiffness in the neck contribute to symptoms?
  • What about stem cell therapy as an option?
  • What can be done about freezing and falling?

Additional Resources Discussed During the Program

The second Jump Start to Recovery Course convenes August 1st for 8 consecutive Tuesdays.
2017 Updated Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease
Parkinsons Recovery Memberships:

Robert Rodgers PhD


Pathway to Freedom

If you have been told you have Parkinson’s disease, do any or all of the following reactions resonate?

  • I have been dealt a horrible setback I did not deserve.
  • I have done nothing to deserve Parkinson’s symptoms.
  • I am not guilty of wrong doing.
  • I have been imprisoned unjustly.
  • I have lost my freedom.
  • I have lost friends because of my circumstances
  • I cannot escape my circumstances.
  • I make valiant efforts to escape but I remain jailed.

Well? These resentments are identical to individuals imprisoned for crimes they did not commit. There are estimated to be 120,000 inmates serving sentences in United States prisons who have been convicted of crimes they did not commit. Since 1989, 2000 have been exonerated and freed.

People who experience Parkinson’s symptoms become are also wrongly convicted prisoners in their own right. How does anyone survive when they are victims of imprisonment?  What have wrongly convicted prisoners done to remain sane? How were they able to maintain the dedication to pursue their freedom despite the fact many remained imprisoned to 10-20 years before being released from jail?

Stories of recovery and vindication have been documented in a recent book edited by
Laura Caldwell and Leslie Klinger titled Anatomy of Innocence: Testimonies of the Wrongly Convicted. One of the cases is told by former Jazz Musician Antoine Day who was falsely imprisoned for 10 years. He concluded that his mental state would be dependent on his ability to connect with his past. Through persistence and clear purpose, he succeeded in convincing prison officials to provide musical instruments to inmates who shared his
love of music. Day formed a prison jazz band which helped keep himself and other inmates sane. Inner resolve and commitment were critical to securing his ultimate freedom. His persistence paid off in the end.

Be inspired by the wisdom of Antoinne Day and other wrongly convicted prisoners who refused to give up. In small part it is about persisting in the face of formidable obstacles. In large part it is about embracing your life passions. How can you best activate the process of recovery?

  • Reinvigorate the thrills of what gave you excitement and joy in the past.
  • Embrace your life’s calling.
  • Respond to the call of your soul’s longing.
  • Take the steps you know in your heart, mind and soul will ultimately lead to freedom.

What have you loved in the past that you have abandoned? Embrace it now. That is what Antoinne Day did. Follow his leadership into a new life outside the confines of confinement and restriction.

Persist. The solution will find you at the right time and in the right place. May it not take as long as 10 years to celebrate symptomatic freedom  as it did for Antoinne.

Robert Rodgers PhD
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease

P.S. Only a few days left too claim the early bird special for Jump Start to Recovery

Jump Start to Recovery

Therapies to Jump Start Recovery

Q&A With Robert Rodgers PhD

The following are some of the questions submitted by listeners that I answered during my program this week.

  • Using a nutritional approach to healing Parkinson’s I now have a healing crisis every 4 days followed by good days.What does this mean?
  • More about LDN for treating symptoms please.
  • What about Mannitol as a treatment for Parkinson’s symptoms?
  • How can I reduce tremors in my left hand and foot and in the upper, inner and left side of my head?
  • When will the 2017 updated Road to Recovery be available?
  • What about amino acid acid therapy as a therapy?
Q&A With Parkinsons Recovery Robert Rodgers PhD

Click the link below to hear the replay:

Robert Rodgers PhD
Parkinsons Recovery
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease
Olympia, Washington

Hidden Secrets from our Birth Date and Name

I have never held much stock in interpretations derived from an analysis of our name and/or birth dates. For fun, I decided to make a pass through an automated program (for free) that gave me information about myself after entering my name and birth date. I have to report I was very surprised at the report’s accuracy.

Make a pass for yourself and see what you think. If anything, it is a fun activity. It is free. And it is a welcome distraction from the news of the world. Click on the picture below to retrieve  your own numerology chart and see what you think.

Robert Rodgers PhD
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease

Frustrated? Hit a Roadblock?

Finally. All Concerns Addressed.All Questions Answered

We all have the same problem. It is difficult to get questions addressed these days.

  • When you call an “informational” phone number – you talk with a computer, not a person.
  • When you search on the internet – you encounter gloom and doom about the prospects for recovery.

Parkinsons Recovery is all about providing the support you need when you need it. I have conducted research on natural methods to reverse Parkinson’s symptoms for 12 years now and am available to answer your questions this week.

Do you have unanswered questions or unaddressed concerns? Email them right now: I will answer your questions and respond to your concerns Tuesday during my free summer teleseminar program.

Q&A With Parkinsons Recovery Robert Rodgers PhD
Date & Time: Tuesday, June 13th at 12:00 PM Pacific
Attend by Phone:
Guest pin code: 200414#
Primary dial in number: (425) 440-5010
Secondary dial in number: (323) 476-3997
Full list of dial in Numbers:
Have a question to submit, but cannot attend the live session? No problem. Click on the same link above to access the replay.

Parkinsons Recovery Memberships

Parkinsons Recovery Memberships offer members ongoing support for individuals diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. The design of the 12 member websites is inspired by my decade long research into what helps people find sustained relief from their symptoms using natural methods.  Watch the brief video below for a preview of member resources.  Cost of membership is only $10 per month.

For further information about Parkinsons Recovery memberships and to subscribe, visit:

2017 Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease Update

I have generated a massive body of resources that have helped thousands of people enjoy relief from the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease over the past decade. The frustration for many has been that the information is scattered all over the place, to be found in one of 220 radio show interviews – or on one of the hundreds of posts on the Parkinsons Recovery blog – or in one of the many teleseminars I have sponsored over the years.

I solved this frustration this week by releasing the 2017 update and revision of my book, Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease which includes hundreds of links to websites, videos and other resources. The information in the book is supplemented by 220 hours of radio show interviews I have hosted that are all readily accessible. 

The 376 page update and revision identifies and explains the many ways to reverse Parkinson’s symptoms using natural methods and therapies.  It is now available in three formats: a paperback book, a download to your computer (or phone) and a Kindle. A full description of the contents is posted at: .  Links for each option are posted below.

 Click This Link To Order the 2017 Download to Your Computer or Phone

Click on the book cover below to order the Paperback    


Click Here To Order the Kindle 

Robert Rodgers PhD
Parkinsons Recovery