Have you been trying to get an answer to a question regarding treatments for Parkinson’s disease but have no idea who to ask? Perhaps you have asked someone but they did not answer your question? Get your questions answered and concerns addressed tomorrow (Sunday).
Treatments for Parkinson’s Disease
I will be happy to offer my two cents worth in response to any and all questions submitted. After six years of intensive research about the options that are helping people reverse Parkinson’s symptoms, I have novel insights, information and resources to share. The only glitch is that you do have to ask me your question to get an answer.You have two options: Submit your question in writing right now or call in and talk with me Sunday afternoon.
Do the following right now. Log onto the Sunday Connections page below, enter the password for the event, and submit your question from the event page. This will give me a little time to research your question and round up the specifics of any resources you might find to be helpful by Sunday afternoon (October 27th)
I will read your question Sunday and respond to it. The event will be recorded, so you can listen to the program at a later time if you prefer. You can hear the recording by connecting into the same website below after the Sunday program:
Please make an effort to call in during the event so we can talk! I am happy to help you sort though the many options that are available these days that are helping people reverse Parkinson’s symptoms.
DIAL in to the event Sunday (October 27th) at 2:00 Pacific Time:
206-402-0100, Guest Code: 200414#
Parkinsons Recovery is dedicated to providing support to any and all persons who currently experience the symptoms of Parkinsons disease. There are now many options that are helping people with Parkinsons reverse their symptoms. Call in Sunday to learn more about the many options that have been covered during my radio show over the past four years.
I look forward to talking with you this Sunday (October 27th) 2:00 PM Pacific (5 PM Eastern).
Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease
PS: Join others in the free Parkinsons Recovery Chat Room which is open 24 hours a day. It is a fantastic way to meet new friends and get the support you need on your journey down the road to recovery. Simply enter any name to enter the chat room at: www.parkinsonsrecovery.net