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Those diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease experience crushing anxiety and overwhelming depression. This doesn't include the unrelenting progression that affects the way we move and think. There isn't a cure. Individuals are forced to wait as the progression takes over. Hope can be difficult to find. This Parkinson's podcast follows a man who was diagnosed with P.D. in his early forties. Listen as Daniel reinvents his life while celebrating the victories and is learning from the defeats. This ...
 
Subscribe for coverage and analysis of current neurology/brain research, patient and caregiver profiles, drug development strategy, pioneering nonprofit management and other topics of interest in a wide-ranging series of conversations that include the voices of those affected by Parkinson's as well as clinicians.
 
Subscribe for a wonderful cross section of discussions ranging from people with Parkinson's Disease to those who work in the medical, fitness, and research space. Power Over Parkinson's (POP) is a foundation supporting the use of exercise and wellness to reduce the symptoms or slow the progression of Parkinson’s Disease. To learn more visit us at poweroverpd.org
 
When Life Gives You Parkinson’s is an honest, funny, and engaging podcast chronicling host Larry Gifford’s personal journey with Parkinson’s disease. Gifford, his wife Rebecca, and their son Henry live in Vancouver, British Columbia. Gifford has worked in radio for more than 30 years. In August 2017 he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s at the age of 45. Now in its fourth season, When Life Gives You Parkinson’s is a first-hand account of what it is like to live with PD for Gifford, his family, a ...
 
Parkinson's Disease Caring Podcast provides care partners and caregivers of loved ones with Parkinson's disease with valuable information from Parkinson's disease specialists, caregivers, and patients. Timely and engaging interviews inform the care partner or caregiver to help equip them with the knowledge and confidence necessary to enjoy the caregiving years with less struggles and heartache.
 
No Silver Bullet is a group started by PwP for PwP, their carers, & PD Professionals, all of the firm belief that there is so much more that a PwP can do than just pop meds! We all get a different version of PD to deal with & as they say, "There is no one silver bullet to cure all!" So we hope by sharing expert’s research with you that something mentioned will help you! Please share this content VERY IMPORTANT MESSAGE:- Please be aware, we are not Doctors, Neurologists or PD Professionals, s ...
 
Teresa Jackson from Lean On Me Coaching, shares resources and strategies for thriving with Parkinson's. Join her and her guests to learn how to live your best life in spite of living with a chronic illness.Opinion Disclaimer:The views and opinions expressed in Parkinson’s Pathway Pals Tuesdays with Teresa, are those of the guests and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Teresa Jackson and Parkinson’s Pathway Pals Tuesdays with Teresa. Any content provided by our gues ...
 
This podcast is about the early onset of Parkinson's Disease. My journey thought diagnosis, treatment and clinical trails. Parkinson's progresses differently in every person diagnosed. My goal is to shed light on one of many Parkinson's journeys and help start a conversation about the disease. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trembling-emt/support
 
Lively, upbeat podcasts designed for Persons with Parkinson's Disease and those who care for them. Educational, motivating, and completely positive. Hosted by a retired physician, Dr. Christian Hageseth, who has had Parkinson's disease for over 10 years and still does not take prescription medication medication.
 
Welcome to the Mindful Movement for Parkinson's podcast and audio library. Using the Feldenkrais Method® of movement education, as well as mindfulness techniques such as body scans and guided meditations, Matt Zepelin offers mindful movement lessons designed to help people with Parkinson's Disease increase ease of movement, improve range of movement, and develop skills for the betterment of quality of life.
 
On Time is a podcast about living with Parkinson's disease. Co-hosts Brian Grant and Heather Kennedy share their candid stories of daily living with young onset Parkinson's, discussing topics like socializing, dating, parenting and the benefits and challenges of adopting a healthy lifestyle. The podcast is a program of the Brian Grant Foundation. Learn more about the Brian Grant Foundation at briangrant.org.
 
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Dual tasking, or doing more than one thing at a time, can be a challenge for many of us, but more so with Parkinson's. In this episode doctor of physical therapy and co-founder of NeuroLab360, Kristine Negrete, looks at some of the ways they can help people with Parkinson's multi-task. The Parkinson's Association of San Diego https://parkinsonsasso…
 
Diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease when he was 7 yrs old, Matt has lived with the disease for forty-six years and has become an expert in his own condition. His positive attitude is both amazing and very infectious so do take time to watch. This is a rare opportunity to learn from someone who has so much experience with Parkinson’s disease. Matt sp…
 
The road ahead is full of incredible challenges. After the diagnosis of Parkison's Disease, it’s easy to push away the future and live in the past. It's important to realize that we remember only the best days while wearing our rose-colored glasses. We forget the average and mundane days and the anxiety that we were feeling. Living in the past keep…
 
Many people with Parkinson’s consider telehealth a useful tool for getting care. But for some, the technology or visit may be tough to navigate. In this episode, experts discuss how to make the most of a virtual visit with a doctor and the impact of telehealth on research and care. Recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s? You can play a critical role i…
 
In this new season, Prof. Poewe and Prof. Bloem will be discussing the ABC of Parkinson’s Disease - each episode will have a certain letter attributed to the many different avenues within PD. The letter for this episode is C: COMT Inhibitors, Continuous Dopaminergic Delivery.저자 Oruen
 
Larry & Rebecca Gifford highlight two Canadians with Parkinson’s who are sparking awareness, raising money and building community by riding their bicycles across every Canadian Province over the next three months. Jim Redmond and Steve Iseman take a break from pedaling to sit down with Larry at picnic table outside their RV on Day two of the journe…
 
Dr. Ray Dorsey from the University of Rochester and co-author of the book, Ending Parkinson’s, sits down with us for our POP Profile Series. He shares his unequivocal stance that Parkinson’s is truly the pandemic of our time as the fastest growing neurological disorder. The Parkinson’s community is better because of Dr. Dorsey’s passion around endi…
 
We were delighted to welcome Joy Milne who shared her incredible story of how she discovered that she could smell Parkinson's Disease on people. Her story is so much more than that so please watch as she shares her journey with us and tells us how she is helping to enable the early detection of this disease. Thank you Joy. Follow Joy on social medi…
 
Physical therapy has traditionally been prescribed and paid for within the hospital and insurance company setting. But NeuroLab360 has chosen a different model for PT services. NeuroLab360 is a non-profit provider of physical therapy, founded by three doctors of physical therapy. In this episode, co-founder Meagan George looks at the advantages of …
 
Everyone connected to Parkinson's knows how important exercise is in helping to manage the symptoms and slow the progression of the disease. But some of the most critical stages in any structured exercise program are rest and recovery. The time between exercise sessions is where "adaptation" occurs. Adaptation is the strengthening of the muscles in…
 
We were delighted to host Dr.Catherine Hamilton, a retired medical practitioner and author of the Red Lights on the Brain blog. Together with Ron Brown, an electronics engineer, Catherine established Well Red Pty a company that produces and distributes the "Well Red Coronet". The topic of Catherine's talk was, "Red and near-infrared lights – can th…
 
An excellent discussion in which Professor Roger Barker shares his expertise on whether it is possible to repair the brain in Parkinson's disease using cell-based therapies? Questions include:- What is Parkinson's disease? What are we trying to repair in PD? What is the target population for cellular therapy? How close have we come with Dopamine ce…
 
Motivated by a friend’s suffering from Parkinson’s, Dr. Sackner-Bernstein focused on a gap in our understanding of the disease: no one had so far measured the amount of dopamine in the dopaminergic neurons of people with Parkinson’s. This is critically important because he believes dopamine is toxic to these cells, which would then be a driver of n…
 
Dr. Alberto Espay is a Professor and Chair of the Gardner Center for Parkinson’s disease at the University of Cincinnati. He has published over 300 research articles and 8 books on neurodegenerative diseases. The models used to define certain neurodegenerative conditions (such as "Parkinson’s") have largely remained the same for over a century. The…
 
Walking is a complex skill. So, shares Catherine Kopil, PhD, in the third episode of our “Parkinson’s Science POV” podcast series. Gait requires a symphony of connections between the brain and body, which makes it one of the hardest Parkinson’s symptoms to treat. Kopil, MJFF Senior Vice President of Clinical Research, and Chief Scientific Officer M…
 
An excellent interview with Daphne Bryan, author of the book "Parkinson's and the B1 therapy" explains this very interesting treatment. In 2011, the Italian neurologist Dr. Antonio Costantini began treating his Parkinson’s patients with high doses of vitamin B1. As a result, he saw many of their symptoms improve, with no obvious progression in the …
 
An excellent presentation from Prof Tom Foltynie followed by an examining Q &A session from the audience, probing further into the benefits of these drugs, giving real-time trial updates and some testimony from some PwP actually on the trial giving us a real insight. Professor Tom Foltynie is Professor of Neurology in the Department of Clinical and…
 
Please join me for a scientific discussion with Dr. Xiaobo Mao, Associate Professor with Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, around future Parkinson’s related therapies and the cure for Parkinson’s Dr. Mao is currently an Associate Professor with Johns Hopkins School of Medicine where he has extensive work in the hospital & health care industry. Dr. …
 
Parkinson’s can affect the automatic and involuntary functions our bodies perform, like heartbeat and digestion. In this episode, experts discuss common but lesser-known Parkinson’s symptoms — including bladder problems, constipation, low blood pressure and sweating — and what you can do to treat them. Recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s? You can p…
 
People with Parkinson’s disease (PD) often notice that their symptoms are worse when they are under stress. In addition to life stress, people with PD may experience anxiety as part and parcel of their PD itself, caused by chemical imbalances in the brain. Anxiety and stress are two different things, but can often manifest themselves in similar way…
 
On this episode, I discuss what a caregiver needs to know when confronted with psychosis exhibited by their loved one. It is important for caregivers to understand some of the common and reversible causes of psychosis related to Parkinson's disease. The psychosis may manifest as visual, auditory, or tactile hallucinations. In some cases, delusional…
 
How much do you really eat? If you are managing your weight, or exercising more than before, or you're just curious, tracking your intake in a food diary is a great way to get a clear picture of your diet. In this episode registered dietitian (and Parkinson's Association of San Diego board member) Marty Acevedo looks at the ins and outs of tracking…
 
In honor of Father’s Day, The Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF) is sharing a special podcast episode between three adult children who discuss how they each have navigated having a father with Parkinson’s disease. This Father’s Day and beyond, MJFF celebrates the experiences of patients, loved ones, researchers, advocates and supporters — speeding pr…
 
"Aging up" is inevitable. Retirement may be inevitable. Many of us completely identify with our jobs and careers as our "purpose." But when that job, or career, goes away, how do you continue to find purpose in your life? In this episode Partner in Aging's Jonathan Schwartz looks at the power and joy that comes from finding purpose at any stage in …
 
Dr. Kathleen Poston from the Poston Lab at Stanford University’s Department of Neurology and Neurological Services, shares her time with us to share more about the research being conducted related to the non-motor symptoms of the disease, particularly around cognitive impairment. Listen as Dr. Poston elaborates on how using neuroimaging to examine …
 
Parkinson's Association board member Lisa Evans is also a PASD mentor, guiding "mentees" through their journey with Parkinson's. In this episode Lisa gives us some insight on the mentor program from the perspective of a mentor – what she gets out of being a mentor who can help others as they navigate and embrace life with Parkinson's. For more info…
 
Doing two things at once – something we all do, but also something that can be more challenging with Parkinson's Disease. NeuroLab360 co-founder Jessie Agrimis, DPT, looks at some of the ways a physical therapist can help train the brain to multi-task. https://www.neurolab360.com/ https://parkinsonsassociation.org/…
 
What is the science behind genetic inheritance that increases the chance of getting Parkinson’s disease (PD) later in life? In this episode, experts explain what genetic mutations are, those that are mostly seen in people with PD and the benefits of genetic testing. Join the study that could change everything at michaeljfox.org/podcast-ppmi. Like o…
 
Join me as I chat with Annie Brooks, MSW who currently serves as the Associate Director of Education at the Parkinson’s Foundation. As part of the Education department, her primary focus is providing quality informational resources and programs for people with Parkinson’s disease, their care partners and loved ones, and the professionals who are pa…
 
Exercise. It's still the only therapy known today that can slow the progression of Parkinson's disease. One of the exercise options that is taking the Parkinson's community by storm is Rock Steady Boxing. In this episode Mike Reeder of Rock Steady Boxing Downtown (San Diego) gives us some insights on boxing, having fun, and training like a tough fi…
 
One of the crazy things about Parkinson's disease is that no two people with Parkinson's are alike. The disease manifests differently in each person. In this episode Lisa Evans, Parkinson's Association of San Diego board member and newly diagnosed with young onset Parkinson's, takes us through her exercise regime. Lisa's program is not necessarily …
 
Did you know the government plays an important role in helping find a cure for Parkinson’s, and in caring for those living with the disease? In this episode, Michael J. Fox Foundation policy experts and grassroots advocates discuss the importance of telling your story and building relationships with elected officials who represent you in the halls …
 
Receiving the diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease is difficult for everyone. We experience crushing disappointment that may lead us to isolate ourselves from those we care the most about. As a result, we jeopardize our present and future quality of life.Daniel and Bryan discuss the decision to speak words of compassion and encouragement that has benef…
 
Lilian Sjøberg is a Danish coach and trouble shooter, good at seeing patterns, with a masters in biology. For five years, she has collected knowledge about how people around the world get better from chronic diseases, such as Parkinson's Disease, and coached people to get better by reducing stress. Her mission is to spread self-help tools and acces…
 
We had the pleasure of sitting down with Brett Miller, Owner and Coach at 110 Fitness, to learn more about how he created a boutique Parkinson’s and Wellness Center in Rockland, MA. Listen as he shares the “why” behind the imperativeness of meaningful, research-based movement and his recommendations for those who are just beginning an exercise regi…
 
Care partners of people with Parkinson's: these are people with angel wings. But one of the traps of taking care of someone with Parkinson's is not taking care of yourself. In this episode Jessie Agrimis, DPT, looks at some of the ways care partners can be good to themselves, can stay strong, so everyone can lead stronger, healthier, happier lives.…
 
With a Parkinson's diagnosis, home safety becomes an issue, particularly if falling manifests as a symptom. In this episode Paige Hargis, who works for the Trauma Service at Scripps Memorial Hospital in LaJolla as the Injury Prevention and Community Outreach Coordinator, looks at some of the options and resources to make a home safer. Resources: Pa…
 
In this episode, I introduce the topic of psychosis as it relates to Parkinson's disease. I review some of the important information about the different forms of psychosis including illusions, hallucinations, and delusional thoughts. This episode will set the stage for the upcoming month of episodes diving deep into this topic. We will discuss the …
 
Dr. Gordon Baltuch’s recent transition from University of Pennsylvania to Columbia University signifies his self-described “second act” in his career as a neurosurgeon. Having been on the forefront of Deep Brain Stimulation and now being one of the leading pioneers in the newly approved Focused Ultrasound procedure, Dr. Baltuch’s immense perspectiv…
 
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