What follows is correspondence I received from a member of my audience who recently underwent Focused Ultra Sound therapy. As you can see for yourself he was pleased with the outcome.
I have been arguing for years that the medicine of the future will be sound and light therapy. And by George, here it is – finally! Given the initial results of the early studies, it is clear this therapy will eventually be approved in all countries and will like be viewed as a viable alternative to deep ;brain surgery.
Robert Rodgers PhD
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease
On 04/16/18 I underwent an MRI-guided Focused Ultra Sound procedure at Rambam Medical Center inÂ Haifa, Israel.
Tremors in my right hand have been reduced more than 90%, I’m able to do a lot of things that I couldn’t for at least 5 years.
I can write, type on computer, eat & drink with my right hand, get dressed by myself, walk without rigidity, no more shuffling, no more constipation, etc, etc.
Note that the treatment was for my right side only, for now. They recommend to wait 2 years for my left hand.Â
The PD condition has not been cured, but now I can have quality of life.
I can’t stop giving thanks to God, I have my life almost back to normal.
I still have medication (Levopar+125, Kemedrine and Motilium); none of them available in the USA. So, I purchased 1-year supply in Israel.
If anyone needs tips on how to get this treatment, feel free to contact me. I want to help others. I know exactly how they feel like.
FYI, MRI-g FUS was created in Rambam Medical Center in 2013, but it’s available in Spain, Switzerland, Italy and U.K.
A few hospitals in USA started recently trials for PD & Essential Tremors, but it might take 5-10 years to be approved by FDA. Plus the conditions to be accepted for trials are ridiculous and reserved for only patients that have been under medication manufactured by the sponsor pharmacy (sounds obscene, doesn’t it?).
I know my journey is long toward healing, but God has used MRI-g FUS and the wonderful and chosen people of Israel to change dramatically the symptoms we PD patients endure.Â Â