Parkinson’s Prognosis

Most people buy into the belief that once diagnosed, the Parkinson’s prognosis is that you are  destined to get worse.

No hope.
No chance of recovery.
No chance to get your life back.

No wonder so many people are depressed!

But …. Is this really true? Everyone in the medical community claims it to be true, but I ask you, what evidence do they provide to support their depressing claim you will inevitably get worse? I have seen no evidence.

I have now provided compelling evidence for the past decade that the belief Parkinson’s is degenerative is false. People do recover. People do get their life back. Symptoms can be reversed.

In my holiday survey I ask the question: over the past year since the last holiday season, have you been feeling better, about the same or worse? There are three choices.

If the claim Parkinson’s is degenerative is true, 100% of the respondents to my survey would report they are worse. This is not the result reported this year or any of the past years of my survey. This year, as in past years, two thirds of respondents (66%) report that they have either been better or about the same.

People diagnosed with Parkinson’s have found ways to reverse their symptoms or at a minimum not get worse. They also elect to embrace a wide variety of natural therapies.

Many people ask me what is the one therapy they should embrace to reverse their symptoms. When the success stories of people who have reversed their symptoms are examined, there is no single successful therapy that works for all persons other than the strong and compelling belief that recovery is possible for anyone.

Despite frustrations and roadblocks, know that in your heart, mind and soul that recovery is possible. Make your Parkinson’s prognosis a positive one.

Robert Rodgers PhD
Founder
Parkinsons Recovery
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease
https://www.parkinsonsdisease.me

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