Recovery from Parkinsons Disease

Question:

I recall you mentioned that one of your relative had Parkinsons, were they able to fully recover based on your methods?

Gino

Response:

My mother was diagnosed with Parkinsons disease. She died in 1998 from a stroke caused by the side effects and interactions of taking a dozen prescription medications for a variety of symptoms – some related to Parkinsons and many unrelated.

I founded Parkinsons Recovery in 2005, seven years after my mother died. A huge motivation for my work has been driven by her sad fate. She became confused and disoriented from the medications she took. A stroke resulted.

While medications can be very helpful to a person’s recovery, I decided there had to be other therapies that could have helped her which were safe, natural and had no side effects. My research over the past five years proves this hunch to be right.

My uncle also had Parkinsons due to prolonged stress. He died in 2009. Gordon was aware of Parkinsons Recovery but elected to rely solely on the medications prescribed by his doctor. There was a good reason for this choice. His medications worked beautifully for several years until rapid deterioration set in.

I need to clarify -I do not promote or offer any program or therapeutic approach. I am a researcher who is documenting what works and what does not work – what helps and what does not help.

The one approach I suggest to everyone is to empower themselves to heal. That has been the inspiration for Jump Start to Wellness.  I believe that we all have the ability to listen to our bodies and recover from any chronic condition for in the end, all healing comes from a place deep within us.

Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
Parkinsons Recovery

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