The 70 interviews with true pioneers of recovery have aired over the past 8 years on Parkinson’s Recovery Radio. There are now 10 pages of shows. Each page lists 20 interviews or programs. Be sure and scroll back to locate some of the interviews with pioneers.
Perhaps you are one among people individuals who have been wondering whether anyone has succeeded in reversing the symptoms associated with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease. Everyone says the condition is degenerative. Can Parkinson’s disease be reversed? Take a peak at my new video to discover the answer.
Parkinsons Recovery Radio is one of the many free services I support through Parkinsons Recovery. I began hosting guests on the show in 2008. To date, there are over 230 shows that have aired and are available for free replays any time of the day or night. Over seventy (70) of these shows have been interviews with individuals diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease who found ways to reverse some if not all of their symptoms.
My Jump Start to Recovery course is almost full. Only one enrollment remains. I keep the class size small so that each participant can get answers to all of their questions and develop the perfect program for their recovery from symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
If you would like to join me and others who are traveling down the road to recovery, I invite you to claim the last seat. For information about the course, visit:
On Parkinsons Recovery Radio today. Fred Phillips offered his insights into how he gets immediate relief from a variety of his Parkinson’s symptoms. His solutions for Parkinson’s symptoms are novel and profound. Do you ever have difficulty when walking with:
If so, I strongly recommend that You listen to my interview with Fred today. Click the arrow below to hear the replay. Fred has discovered some powerful, yet simple solutions to these
symptoms that have helped him enormously.
One of now over 70 pioneers of recovery I have hosted on Parkinsons Recovery radio, Fred also previews his 10 step protocol for recovery.
I am interviewing on Parkinsons Recovery Radio Fred Phillips in a program titled Unshackling Chains of Fear. Fred is an author and former martial arts instructor. He was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2008.
Fred will discuss his journey with this challenging health condition, his philosophy and approach to recovery and his recovery protocol. Fred lives on Manitoulin Island in Ontario, Canada.
Air time is 12:00 Noon Wednesday, July 18th. All shows are available for replay after they are aired live.
Below is a fascinating email from Nancy who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. I have permission to post her email which tells an exciting story of recovery that emerged for her in a way she could have never imagined or predicted when she launched her journey down the road to recovery three years ago. .
I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease three years ago. Your book was a life-changer for me. I refused to accept the diagnosis. I looked at each symptom and looked for therapies just as you described. I fought with the doctors and refused medication. I accepted that I had the symptoms but not the diagnosis.
I fought back some family members as well as a collective consciousness. Two neurologists and one family M.D. told me to stop fooling myself and accept the diagnosis. My Feldenkrais instructor who happens to be a neurologist suggested I see a neurosurgeon as I have a spinal cord injury in her professional opinion. Turns out she was right I went in for surgery immediately and reversed all of my symptoms and he says I do not have Parkinson’s!
He also said there was a reason why my body refused the medication. Interesting how had I taken the meds I would’ve gone down a rabbit hole. My spinal cord injury dated back 10 years ago. Symptoms started at three or four years ago. Lesson call and never, never, give up and listen to the innate intelligence of your body.
I’m on the road to recovery. Thank you again, Robert The good work that you do! Happy Independence Day!
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: email@example.com. 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
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I interviewed Tom House today on the radio show. He was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease about five years ago. Tom has a unique perspective on the “process” of recovery. Note that I used the word “process” not “outcome”. Tom explains that when athletes focus on the “outcome” they want – i.e., winning the game – their performance sinks and they are more likely to lose.
The outcome is not what matters, but the process. Of course people diagnosed with Parkinson’s want to see all symptoms dissolve. To make that happen however, the focus needs to be on the present moment activities and behaviors that in the end make that outcome possible.
This is why mindfulness programs are so successful for people with Parkinson’s. They focus on process rather than outcomes.
My Interview with Former Major League Pitcher Tom House
Tao (his trail name) hiked the Appalachian trail last year with considerable difficulty. Many of his Parkinson’s symptoms became much worse. I suppose some people would conclude that should be the last extended hike he should take. Not Tao.
I received a call from him today. He is doing another long hike down the Appalachian trail this summer. This year, unlike last, he has had no difficulties. Get this. Tao was able to hike a total of 100 miles in three days. He emailed me an inspiring picture taken of him on a scenic route on the trail.
Yep — that is him! Tao will be a guest on Parkinsons Recovery Radio when he completes his hike with a comprehensive report on the steps he took to reverse his Parkinson’s symptoms. Once the show airs soon, he will join the 66 other individuals I have interviewed who discuss their recovery. A summary of these reports is included in the 2017 update to Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease.