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Walter Mady, retired Physical Therapist and Exercise Specialist of thirty years, is my guest on the radio show today. Walter was diagnosed with Parkinsons Disease in 2008. He currently treats his symptoms using a combination of eastern and western approaches including exercise, ayurvedic medicine, Qigong and medications.
It has been ten years now since I launched my research program to discover the factors that cause Parkinson's disease and the therapies that provide the opportunity to reverse them. Yes, I have succeeded in identifying the many factors that cause the symptoms. And yes, I have succeeded in identifying a surprising number of therapies that help reverse those symptoms.
Many people have success with reversing some of their symptoms, but other symptoms linger. The questions that have haunted me have been:
"Why do more people not succeed in reversing all of their symptoms"?
"Since the body really does know to heal itself, why are so many people still having problems?"
I have documented the stories of some people who have succeeded in becoming symptom free but why - I have wondered to myself - aren't there thousands and thousands of people who have also become symptom free by now?
After a decade of research, I finally figured out the answer to these most curious questions. It is not an answer I had expected to encounter when I launched my research program. The discovery provides the framework for all of my work at Parkinsons Recovery incuding the Jump Start to Recovery program. You will not be able to second guess the answer.
Want to know what my recent revolutionary discovery is? Knowing it offers the opportunity for you to begin reversing your symptoms right now. What is the answer? Listen to my show where I discuss my reearch over the past 10 years which has focused on how to reverse the symptoms of Parkinson's disease and become symptom free.
Kris Warren, a documentary filmmaker, is producing an exciting new film about how clinical Music Therapy and Neurologic Music Therapy are being used as options for treating symptoms of Parkinson's Disease and many other populations. He is also a music artist who discovered Music Therapy recently in August 2013. Kris wrote a song about how music is his therapy not knowing that Music Therapy is a viable and effective treatment option. Since that moment, he went on a journey throughout the USA interviewing experts on Music Therapy and Neurologic Music Therapy for the upcoming documentary titled Music Is My Therapy: MusicTherapyDocumentary.Com. Funds are also currently being raised on Kickstarter to film internationally.
Kris is joined by Professor Michael Thaut from Colorado State University. Dr. Thaut's internationally recognized research focuses on brain function in music, especially time information processing in the brain related to rhythmicity and biomedical applications of music to neurologic rehabilitation of cognitive and motor functions.
This week on SONG THERAPY Pays Tribute to "MAXEE" of BROWNSTONE breaking down "GRAPEVYNE" Topic: Gossiping and Relationships; does it affect your relationship?
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What do glasses, prisoms and color have to do with Parkinson's Disease? Dr. Janet Kohtz, a Neuro Optometrist, explains how glasses and neuro-rehabilitation therapy can possitively impact persons who currently experience the symptoms pf Parkinsons Disease. Her patients have been able to adjust their posture, balance and gait to free themselves from walkers. For further information about how neuro-rehabilitation therapy can help to reverse Parkinsons symptoms, visit www.optometrists.org/Riverside
well, to be honest now I'm pissed off cuz I deleted the first description of my show and I lost all the creative flow that I had describing this show and what I was going to do tonight! So, that's the real deal! Nevertheless, TuneIn while we listen to music from my friends and maybe I'll talk about some hot topics of the day. I'm going to perform live tonight so its a special 90 minute show so get ready hope you enjoy the show Sax Therapy for your Mind, Body and Soul!!!
Now that we know that truth therapy works, we will move forward in understanding what makes it so different from other therapy methods that we might heard of or experienced. On this show we take the time to assess our current state of thinking and discuss a blueprint for emotional health. Join our, “work in progress,” as we take our first steps.
Book reference: "Learning to tell myself the truth." by William Backus. A 6-week guide to freedom from Anger, Anxiety, Depression, and Perfectionism.
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Tune in and learn why meditation is important to your health and how you can possibly save a few trips to the doctor. Learn about some of the ways meditation can contribute to helping you maintain a healthy lifestyle. Meditation has mutiple benefits and understanding them will actually help with physical fitness. Repeat show with great information.
On our journey through the workbook entitled, "Learning to tell myself the truth," this show answers several questions about our internal monologue. What is an internal monologue you ask? A fancy way to say self-talk or the conversations that run through our minds. Why is this important? Well because, "We feel the way we think," and if you have been feeling a certain way lately listen to the show as we discuss what truth therapy is and if it really works?"
Book reference: Learning to tell myself the truth by William Backus. A 6-week guide to freedom from Anger, Anxiety, Depression, and Perfectionism.
Our guest for March will be Dorothy Derapelian. We are so excited to add her to our line-up of guests for 2015.
Dorothy has been in private practice since 1986. She obtained my Bachelor of Science from The University of Texas at Austin in 1976 and her Master of Education from the University of New Hampshire in 1986. She specializes in play therapy and has worked with many children in the foster care system. While working with these children, it became apparent that their emotional needs are extremely important to help them move forward with their greatness.
To do so, she began creating Core Attachment Therapy© in the early 2000’s and became an advanced trainer for NHA® in 2007. She also conduct home studies for Child and Family Services for families interested in domestic and international adoptions. But most importantly, Dorothy is an adoptive mother. Adopting a lovely girl from Russia at the age of 6. She is currently 25 years old and is an example of walking in greatness.
We hope you'll join us for another inspiring program.