Category Archives: gait issues

Solutions for Parkinson’s Symptoms

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:

  • Freezing?
  • Standing up?
  • Shuffling?
  • Slowness?
  • Leg Cramps?

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.

Robert Rodgers PhD
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease




Gait Disturbance

Gait Disturbance and the Critical Role of New Neural Pathways

I have concluded that after a decade of research, most people believe the way to correct gait disturbances is to keep close watch over the medications and supplements they take. Problems surface when medications (or supplements) no longer work. It is certainly logical to conclude that the problem centers on an issue with the type or dose of medicines.

I disagree with this conclusion.  Even when the underlying causes of a gait disturbance has been addressed and healed (such as clearing out toxins, releasing traumas and eliminating infections) a person is likely to continue to experience gait disturbances. But why is the so?

The body has slipped into some bad habits. The safe and effortless way to move has to be re-remembered. In this video, I highlight a brief clip that demonstrates what one rehabilitation clinic is doing to help the body “re-remember” how to move the right (and upright) way.

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Robert Rodgers PhD
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease