Q&A Two with Robert Rodgers PhD

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Below is a listing of some of the questions I discussed today.

  • What vitamin complex have you found to be useful for treating Parkinson’s symptoms?
  • Is the Paleo diet recommended?
  • What about a Ketogenic diet?
  • What is the best diet for addressing Parkinson’s symptoms?
  • Parkinsons Recovery has introduced many natural therapies that are helping people
    address the symptoms of Parkinson’s. Why don’t we hear about these wonderful therapies from other sources?
  • Why is there so little discussion about the Marty Hines amino acid therapy? I have found it to be useful.
  • My blood pressure tends to increase when I sleep and am off medications. What can I do about it?
  • What are some natural sources of sugar other than Stevia?
  • Should I go off of Levodopa? It does not help much.
  • How can I massage my own feet?
  • What about drumming to address Parkinson’s symptoms?
  • How about using Shungite?
  • How do I find a FSR (Forceless Spontaneous Release)  practitioner?
  • How does one stop dystonia (my involuntary curling of toes)?
  • How can I best treat infections and viruses naturally?
  • Tell me about promising new treatments for Parkinson’s
  • What about stem cell therapy and deep brain stimulation?

Robert Rodgers PhD
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease





Q&A with Robert Rodgers PhD

This past week many of you emailed me questions that I promised to answer. There were so many submitted that I was unable to answer them all in a single Q&A program. I responded to the first group of questions received Monday and will follow-up Thursday with answers to more questions.  Click on the arrow below to hear a replay of the Q&A Monday:

Below is a brief summary of questions I discussed during this first Q&A program. 

  • What can I do about my handwriting problem? 
  • When I have important work or appointments,my body is in the flow and other times not. Why is that? 
  • How can I go about setting an unqualified, crystal clear intention to recover? My own language sometimes suggests I am qualifying
    the intention. 
  • What is the number one, most effective natural treatment for Parkinson’s? 
  • How do I tell whether things are getting worse from detoxing or if I am just getting worse period? 
  • What is the story on IV Chelation therapy to detox the body? 
  • What are some natural options to address sleep disorders? 
  • If you submitted a question, I will respond during a second Q&A program this Thursday. November 9th at 12:00 noon pacific time.

Q&A Two with Robert Rodgers PhD

Date & Time: Thursday, November 9th at 12:00 PM Pacific 

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Q&A with Robert Rodgers PhD Monday

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Q&A With Parkinsons Recovery Robert Rodgers PhD
Date & Time: Monday, November 6th at 12:00 PM Pacific

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Photobiomodulation Therapy for Parkinson’s

The Future of Medicine has Arrived

Click on the link below to hear my interview on Parkinsons Recovery Radio with Dr. Lew Lim, inventor of this new photobiomodulation therapy.

I predict the future of medicine rests with innovative therapies that utilize light and sound to bring the body back into balance and harmony.  Neurons are cells that contain mitochondria. Photobiomodulation energizes neuronal mitochondria, triggering a cascade of beneficial cellular functions. Potential benefits are neuroprotective effects, self-repair mechanisms and enhanced functionality.

I predict Dr. Lim’s new invention promises to set health care in new and exciting directions and has the potential to offer far reaching benefits to persons experiencing Parkinson’s symptoms.

After listening to this interview, I am even more optimistic about this therapy for Parkinson’s and other conditions including mental fog and dementia. Be sure to listen to my interview with Dr. Lim posted at the top of this post. I believe Dr. Lim is a true pioneer in inventing the medicine of the future which uses light.

Intranasal photobiomodulation is the most efficient method for light energy to reach the brain. Different from electrical and magnetic stimulation, photobiomodulation uses light energy (or photons) of specific wave lengths and power density to simulate cellular function.

Dr. Lim is an engineer and a Doctor of Natural Medicine with additional diplomas in Medical Neuroscience and Business and Accountancy. He obtained his degrees and diplomas from the University of California at Berkeley, University of Sheffield, Duke University, Quantum University and The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, UK.


Initial research findings, though limited, have been very encouraging. A 2015 study using 5 subjects with dementia found there was significant improvement after 12 weeks of use involving increased function, better sleep, fewer angry outbursts and less anxiety. You might think that a study with only 5 subjects is too few to be taken seriously. Speaking as a researcher however, to see significance in a study with only 5 subjects is rare.  It means that the effect sizes had to be huge. The finding of significance fuels my enthusiasm.

The company, Vielight, has generously offered followers of Parkinsons Recovery a 10% discount off orders of the Vielight Neuro Gamma which retails for $1749. Enter the coupon code healing4me on the shopping  cart. The website: www.vielight.com

I learned today during the interview that the company is so confident in its new product that customers get six (6) months to try it out. If for any reason you are not satisfied, you can return it for a 80% refund. I have never heard of a company that is so confident in their product that such a generous warranty can be extended. They obviously have high confidence in their novel photobiomodulation device. While there is scant evidence about its effectiveness for people who experience symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, the opportunity to try it out for minimal risk is currently available.

I hope many of you will try this therapy out and let me know the result. It is not a permanent “fix” to be sure, but neither is medicine. I am attracted to this option because it is noninvasive and inexpensive when you consider it can be used for a lifetime and by all members of the household.

Robert Rodgers PhD
Olympia Washington
Parkinsons Recovery
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