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Yearly Archives: 2010
On December 6th, I proposed doing a study. On December 10th, after very little response, I outlined what I envisioned for a study. Less interest than on the 6th. As a result, I will be unable to go forward with … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago, an MD I know told me that he felt that my methodology for Parkinson’s recovery was medically provable and repeatable. He explained that if I could repeat what I did with 5 people and help … Continue reading
On Sunday, December 12th, I will be six-months symptom free. For these six months, I have done my best to assist Parkinson’s sufferers, caregivers and treatment specialists. Also, I have worked painstakingly in trying to get somebody, or some organization, … Continue reading
I have received some inquiries about the exercises I have listed. Back in April, I discussed Clearing Liver Wind. I am reprinting an excerpt here and adding Clearing Liver Wind as Step 7 on our list.
This time last year, I was not doing very well. Here is an excerpt from my Parkinson’s daily journal from one year ago today:
Today marks five months of being Parkinson’s symptom free. I am blessed. Speaking of being blessed, our friends Mary and Jerry gave us an impromptu invitation to come over for some bean stew for dinner last night. This morning as … Continue reading
In my earlier blog entries, I mention medical Qigong for the liver as something I started doing in September 2009, and I still perform this exercise. I was focussed on cleansing the toxins from my liver and strengthening my liver, … Continue reading
Seems like forever, but it was just one year ago today that my neurologist confirmed what I had known for about six weeks — I had Parkinson’s — he made it official. More important than that, I learned from his … Continue reading
Standing and balance is really part 2 of walking and balance. With Parkinson’s, I found myself hunched forward, in large part because my balance was somewhere behind my heels. I knew I never would be able to stand up straight … Continue reading
Parkinson’s presents special problems with walking and balance. Here is my Parkinson’s daily journal entry from one year ago today: