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  • 01:03

    My Revolutionary Discovery about How to Heal Parkinsons

    in Health

    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. 

  • 01:01

    The Iceman Explains How to Improve Your Immune System Naturally

    in Health

    My guest on the program is the internationally famous IceMan who has ground breaking suggestions for anyone with Parkinson';s symptoms. Wim Hof is known internationally for constantly breaking his records in the cold. He has appeared on, German, American and Chinese television stations breaking his own record by sitting in a cylinder filled with Ice cubes up to his neck. Wim has shown what the human body is capable of once you find the flow within your physical and mental state.


    Although The Iceman still finds his challenge in improving his current performances, he especially sees his new challenge in passing on his method to others to give everyone the opportunity to reach out and do more than what they thought they were capable of. By the right training and exercises you can make your inner nature stronger, prevent disease and help reverse existing symptoms.


    Not only can you learn to control your autonomic nervous system, Wim´s method can provide you with the following benefits:



    Influence on the immune system
    influence on your mind
    improvement of blood circulation
    improvement of concentration 

  • 01:02

    Dancing to the Tune of Recovery

    in Health

    Sel Kerans discusses his new book, Leading the Dance: Living well with Parkinson’s Disease, and his own journey on the road to recovery in an open, conversational expose of a five year journey with Parkinson’s disease and the experiences that have inspired the writing of a book that may be helpful, motivational and encouraging for others, especially those newly diagnosed with the condition.


    His book has been dedicated to the late Robin Williams and is about overcoming adversity, staying positive and content; focusing on healing, recovery and living well. Leading the dance with an unwelcome stranger called Parkinson’s disease. Sel discusses: 



    What hurdles have you faced?
    How have you overcome them?
    Would you consider yourself recovered from Parkinson's disease?
    Do you believe it's possible to recover completely from the symptoms of Parkinson's disease?
    You mention in your book some reluctance with medication - what's been your approach to taking medication over the five years?
    What resources have been useful for you in learning about alternative approaches to managing the symptoms?


    Visit Sel's website at: http://threestepstothesky.com

  • 00:46

    Frankly Speaking with Steve McDonald, Turfgrass Disease Solutions

    in Science

    Speaking Frankly this episode withe Steve McDonald, Owner/operator of Turfgrass Disease Solutions, Spring City, PA about turf conditions this spring in the Mid-Atlantic this Spring, annual bluegrass weevil on bengtrass, disease management keys looking to the summer, and also some native fescue area research and observations. Expect lively bantor between two seasoned golf turf professionals.

  • 01:30

    Ways to Discover the Cause of Your Parkinson's Symptoms All By Yourself

    in Health


    A wide variety of conditions and factors are known to cause the symptoms associated with Parkinson's disease. What is the primary cause in your case? Once a cause has been found, resources can focus on getting the treatments that can heal the cause. This is far more efficient and (I might add) far more interesting than suppressing symptoms for the rest of your life.  


    Most people believe that the cause can only be detected by a trained professional who must analyze results of expensive and invasive laboratory tests. Admittedly, this is the preferred approach for most people. There is another way. 


    Instead of assuming someone else has the expertise to figure out what is causing your symptoms, why not put your own detective hat on? It is possible to figure out what is causing your symptoms yourself. 


    How? The body gives us all the information we need to find the cause. The physical origin of the presenting symptom initially is a key clue in the discovery of the cause (or causes). Important information is also found by examining your feet, eyes, hair and saliva.  


    It is always a good idea to get a trained professional involved in your journey down the road to recovery, but why not put yourself in the driver's seat? Figure out the likely source of symptoms yourself. In so doing, you take control over your own recovery program. 


    This radio show proposes a variety of methods and approaches that will give important clues as to the cause of symptoms. Some cost a few dollars. Others are free.


    Want to take control over your recovery program? Listen to my program today. 

  • 01:36

    Treat Symptoms or Explore the Causes of Parkinson's Disease?

    in Health

     


    Everyone want s to see symptoms reversed now. Not tomorrow. Not next week. Now. The model we have been taught to believe in is the following:



    Make an appointment with the doctor. 
    Get a prescription for medicine or surgery.
    Celebrate a reversal of symptoms. 


    The focus is on a treatment of symptoms, not on exploring the possible cause (or causes) of symptoms. We should all be thankful that the option of treating symptoms is available for Parkinson's Disease. It has helped many people. Not everyone benefits however. Some people experience little or no relief from taking medications for Parkinson's or pursuing surgery.  


    On this show I disuss the choice between treating symptoms and exploring the cause of Parkinson's symptoms. Which is the better choice? It depends of course. Listen to my show to know why. I also answer questions submitted by listeners.  


    Robert Rodgers, PhD
    Parkinsons Recovery
    Seven Secrets to Healing Chronic Illness
    Road to Recovery from Parkinson's Disease
     

  • 00:29

    Everyday People, Amazing Stories! Her journey with my Heart Disease!

    in Health

    In honor of Mother's Day! I'm curious about what she will say? What is her perceptive? A great episode for mom's and those who would just like to learn more. Listen as I interview my mom about her experiences when I was diagnosed with heart disease! Can't wait to hear her side for myself!!!! Join us!

  • 01:09

    A Fresh Perspective on Parkinsons Disease

    in Health

    A diagnosis of Parkinsons Disease is actually a diagnosis that is made after all other possibilities are eliminated by standard diagnostic tests. As such, Parkinson's Disease is otherwise known as a garbage can diagnosis. During the show today, Sharry Edwards from Sound Health Options is the host and for a switch, Robert Rodgers, Ph.D. from Parkinsons Recovery is the guest.  Both offer fresh perspectives on the factors that  contribute to the symptoms associated with a diagnosis of Parkinsons Disease. Sharry Edwards is one of eleven contributors to the new book Pioneers of Recovery (www.pioneersofrecovery.com)

  • 01:07

    Rich Roll: Addiction, Heart Disease, and The Vegan Diet.

    in Health

    Rich Roll, co-author of The Plant Power Way and host of The Rich Roll Podcast, stops by to share his incredible story of overcoming alcoholism and food addiction, and how he transformed himself into one of the fittest people on the planet.

    Hosted by Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness. 



     


     

  • 00:31

    Healing Autoimmune Disease

    in Motivation

    Dr. Aikyna Finch and Jessica Leichtweisz will be joined by Ruschelle Khanna, LCSW, on the Sunday Night Changing Minds Online Show. We will discuss, "Healing Autoimmune Disease." Do you have an autoimmune disease and are struggling to find answers? Is it overwhelming to maintain a healthy lifestyle.  Listen in as Ruschelle discusses her new book and the basics of beginning to heal from autoimmune disease. Call in to (949) 203-4763 at 9pm EST/ 8pm CST on 4/12 to join the conversation. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/changingmindsonline/2015/04/13/healing-autoimmune-disease

  • 00:59

    Dance Therapy, Parkinson's Disease and Kirk Gibson

    in Health

    Tonight I will be talking with guest Erica Horthal about Dance Therapy and how this form of therapy can help anyone from children to seniors in a very unique way.


    Also this evening on Conversations In Care I will be talking with Associate Producer and host of The Fischer report about Parkinson's Disease and the recent diagnosis of Kirk Gibson.


    Join us in conversation by calling (646) 478-4343 or by using the #CICLive.