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Parkinsons Recovery was founded in 2004 by Robert Rodgers, PhD to provide support, information and resources to persons who currently experience the symptoms of Parkinson's disease.

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Dr. Stasha Gominak MD received her medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine and completed her Neurology residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. From 2004 to 2016 she had a busy general neurology... more

Research on pulsed electromagnetic field therapy reports a series of positive outcomes including modulation of inflammation, reduction of discomfort, promotion of tissue repair and regeneration, improvement of cardiac functions,... more

Many people hold the belief near and dear to their heart that Parkinson's disease is "degenerative." Is this really true? Has anyone out there actually reversed their symptoms and if they have, how did they do it? The radio show today answers... more

Marty Hinz MD, known internationally for developing an amino acid protocol, will address the following questions during the program today: : What is the primary cause of Parkinson's disease? What the most effective Parkinson's disease... more

Mr. Curtis developed Parkinson's symptoms at the age of 45 in the year 2000. He will discuss his experience with ketones and other therapies today.

Dr. Jennifer Kessmann speaks on Functional Medicine, an approach to medicine that has been around for a number of years. It began with Dr. Jeffery Bland's motivation to look at medicine in a different way. Now the field of Functional... more

My guest today is Warren Kramer who is an internationally recognized macrobiotic counselor, educator and cooking instructor. For the past 30 years, he has studied and lived the macrobiotic way of life. Warren teaches the macrobiotic... more

Dr Gair will be sharing the exciting new studies that show how cold laser therapy can be beneficial for patients with Parkinson's in various stages of the disease. Cold laser, also known as "photobiomodulation", is beneficial by stimulating... more

Neurons are cells that contain mitochondria. Photobiomodulation energizes neuronal mitochondria, triggering a cascade of beneficial cellular functions. Potential benefits are neuroprotective effects, self-repair mechanisms and... more

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