The Foot Whisperer

Our bodies and our lives are ordered by rhythms great and small. Rhythm feels great and does us good. This wisdom comes from my radio show guest this week, Randy Eady.  Parkinson’s Disease is one of the best examples to depict how rhythmic response can either throw off or balance the body’s physical activity needs and facilitate the integrity of machinery for maintaining a cell’s energy level.

Randy Eady is well known in Florida as the “Foot Whisperer” for his promotion of whole body health and balance through treatment of the feet. He discussed a program he designed to help both medicalized and “non-med” PDers deal with the condition’s symptoms.

To listen or download the show that aired Wednesday, visit:

Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease



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