Pioneers of Recovery

Pioneers of Recovery : First Set of Interviews with 14 Pioneers: Therapies and Treatments That Reverse Symptoms of Parkinsons Disease

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People everywhere are finding fascinating and effective ways to get relief from the symptoms of Parkinson's disease. Some people are symptom free today - not many - but some. There is hope, especially when you see what smart things people with Parkinson's are doing for themselves to feel better and reverse their own symptoms. The pioneers in this first set of interviews discuss the therapies, approaches and treatments that help them feel a lot better. They refuse to accept the false belief that recovery is impossible. All have found ways to get great relief from their symptoms using a natural therapy or treatment. Each person has a unique story, but each story is packed with hope and promise for a better tomorrow. Of course, recovery can be slow and frustrating, but the stories reveal an indisputable truth. A little experimentation and courage goes a long way. Seven of the 14 interviews are with persons who have been diagnosed with Parkinsons. Each story is unique. Each person is doing something different to feel better. Each story is packed with hope that relief is possible for anyone. Find fascinating insights about how you can ... * Take herbs that help relieve specific symptoms - Herbalist Andrew Bentley gets good results with his Parkinsons clients. Andrew talks about specific herbs he uses for very specific symptoms like tremors, rigidity and excessive salivation. What he is doing for his own clients will help revolutionize how Parkinson's is treated. * Explore the healing power of essential oils - What are essential oils and how can they help you? Jean Oswald answers these questions for us. She offers specific recommendations about the essential oil that helps provide relief for specific symptoms. * Determine what people with Parkinson's have done for themselves to become symptoms free today - John Coleman is a naturopath doctor who is symptom free today. He now helps others recover. John talks about his own recovery and what he found to be most useful. Nathan Zakheim had an advanced stage of Parkinsons 20 years ago and was a few months shy of having to live in a nursing home. Nathan too is symptom free today. He also talks about what he did to recover and announces a clinic he is opening in India to help people recover. * Receive a detailed explanation of therapies that have other people feel better - There is no single therapy or approach that is the panacea. There are a wide variety of therapies, treatments and approaches that can be effective. You will find in Pioneers of Recovery detailed information about the therapies that have helped people with Parkinson's symptoms feel better. * Gain a rich understanding of powerful therapies that unlock unconscious resistance to healing - Sometimes part of us wants to heal, but another part resists healing. I found several people to interview - a psychologist and a international expert in Neuro-Linguistic Programming - who offer exciting ideas to help unlock any unconscious resistance to taking the steps that are necessary to recover. * Discover how a famous comedian and juggler maintains focus, harmony and balance while he juggles. - Chris Bliss is famous for many things. Mostly, he is famous for a 5 minute juggling act that has been seen by over millions of people. Chris talks about how he goes about maintaining a healthy sense of balance in his life and during his juggling act which has profound implications for Parkinson' more

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  • Paperback | 368 pages
  • 216 x 279 x 19mm | 853g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508680000
  • 9781508680000
  • 1,590,506

About Robert Rodgers Phd

Robert Rodgers, Ph.D., has a passion for helping persons with Parkinson's feel better using natural methods. His mother, diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, elected to take a variety of prescription drugs to treat her Parkinson's symptoms, her depression and other medical problems. She eventually died from a coma that was aggravated by the deadly combination of medications she had been taking. After graduating from Vanderbilt University with his undergraduate degree and Cornell University with his master's degree, Robert earned his Ph.D. from Michigan State University in 1981. He served as a faculty member at the University of Texas at Austin in the 1980's and was a professor and Director of the Ph.D. and MHA programs at the University of Kentucky during the 1990's. Robert left university life in 2003 to found Zero Point Healers with Deborah Russell. He now pursues his passion for discovering natural remedies and therapies that heal chronic illness. Since 2005 Robert has focused on helping persons with Parkinson's find relief from their symptoms using natural methods and approaches. He is also a foreclosure mediator for the state of Washington and a senior mediator with the Dispute Resolution Center in Olympia, more