2013 Parkinsons Recovery Summit in Santa Fe
The 2013 Parkinsons Recovery Summit sponsored 19 amazing presentations by individuals who discussed ways to reverse the symptoms associated with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease using one approach or another. Some of the presenters have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. They talked about what helped them reverse their symptoms. The stories that were told varied considerably. The panel discussion provided a rich preview of the many options that have offered relief for persons with Parkinson’s symptoms.
Just because an approach helped one person does not mean necessarily that it will help you. The entire purpose of the Summit is to provide insights into each option so you can make an informed decision about which ones to pursue.Â You can’t get around having to make choices here. There are too many wonderful options to embrace in one person’s lifetime!
Others presenters at the Santa Fe Parkinsons Recovery Summit were health care practitioners from one modality or another who have had success in helping people reverse Parkinson’s symptoms.Â Taken together, the presentations represented a broad coverage of the many exciting options that haveÂ helped people reverse their symptoms.
The question for everyone then is not whether there are viable options to consider. The real challenge turns on deciding which ones are the right options for you to pursue
DVDs of the Parkinsons Recovery Summit Presentations Now Available
There is no need to have regrets if you were unable to attend the Santa Fe Summit. DVDs of 19 of the presentations at the Parkinsons Recovery Summit in Santa Fe can be ordered at a 25% discount by entering the coupon code 2013options on the shopping cart. This discount offer expires Monday, Memorial Day, so if you have been pondering which DVDs to order, make your decisions now and order before it is too late to claim the discount. To preview and order the videos that are now available of the Summit, visit: www.summit.parkinsonsrecovery.com
Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
Road to Recovery