Stochastic Resonance Therapy for Parkinsons

Stochastic Resonance Therapy (SRT) was born in the German city of Frankfurt  when Dietmar Schmidtbleicher developed a new training device for Olympic athletes. Since then, the whole-body vibration device he developed has been studied and shown to be effective in the treatment of Parkinson’s motor symptoms. While you may have already heard of the benefits of vibration therapy and Parkinson’s, chances are you haven’t heard of SRT until now.

SRT is different from other types of vibration devices. It delivers randomized and non-uniform oscillations and perturbations to the body, whereas all other devices on the market deliver uniform, sinusoidal vibrations. The random nature of SRTvibrations elicits the automatic stretch reflex in the muscles, which leads to postural adjustments being made in the spinal cord and the cerebellum (the part of the brain that automatically adjusts movement patterns). These adjustments keep the head still and the body upright while on the device. Hundreds to thousands of stimuli are delivered to the spinal cord and cerebellum in a matter of minutes.

In the literature, SRT has been shown to decrease tremor and rigidity, improve postural control and balance, and lead to better gait patterns in Parkinsonian patients. For further information contact:

Kyle Harris, MS, CSCS, SRT Zeptoring
Cell: 605.454.1418

Brady Volmering
Cell: 989.551.9503

Folk Medicine for Parkinson’s

Barbara Frank is a Holistic Practitioner, Internationally Certified Lymphologist, author of a Nobel Nominated book How To Take 10 Years Off Your Face and Add 10 Years To Your Life Naturally, who uses Folk Medicine as well as purified herbs and natural modalities to help those who want to use her expertise. She started 40 years ago and does telephone consultations for people all over the world and has had an enormous success rate. She grew up with her mother, grandfather and grandmother who practiced Folk Medicine and incorporates a lot of what she’s learned over the years and designs protocols for people based on their symptoms and complaints. This is Folk Medicine at it’s finest. For a full bio go to

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Barbara Frank, world renowned Folk Medicine Practitioner and Internationally Certified Lymphologist, whose unorthodox approach to Biblical medical teachings from the bible uses those ancient teachings to change people’s lives so they can get to the state of body that they should be in.

John Coleman ND Talks About His Full Recovery from Parkinson’s

Who was the first person to succeed in reversing all symptoms of their Parkinson’s disease? We obviously cannot know for sure, but naturopath doctor John Coleman, ND, was one of the first – if not the first to reverse his own Parkinson’s symptoms during the mid 1990’s. What is the story behind John Coleman’s recovery? How in the world did he figure out how to heal his neurological symptoms when no one else had succeeded before him?  What therapies helped his recovery? Which ones did not? John answers these and other questions during this remarkable interview with him.

This interview with John Coleman ND was originally aired on Parkinsons Recovery Radio in 2010. You will be surprised at his revelations about what made the most difference to the success of his recovery in this interview. John is the author of Stop Parkin’ and Start Livin‘.

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Robert Rodgers PhD

Craniosacral Therapy as Treatment for Parkinson’s Symptoms

Willem Visser is a craniosacral therapist from the Netherlands, currently living in Portland, OR, USA. When he was young, he witnessed two grandparents from both sides of family suffering with Parkinson’s disease. Finishing his study as a craniosacral therapist, he wrote a thesis on the work of biomedical engineer Aubrey de Grey.

De Grey is known for his view medical technology can prevent human beings from dying from aging, including Parkinson’s. Willem researched if and how craniosacral therapy could help with De Grey’s proposed strategies. And of course also how De Grey ideas could help PD’s. On his blog Willem later wrote about why craniosacral therapy can be of great benefit for Parkinson’s. Willem Visser practices and teaches Craniosacral Therapy and Reiki. He also writes about Craniosacral therapy on his blog

Implications of Apoptosis for Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease

John Rollins PhD discusses the critical role that is played by Apoptosis and why it has a critical influence on nervous system health. Apoptosis is the body’s natural process for repairing, regenerating and destroying damaged cells.

He discusses his longtime relationship with Dr. Bill McAnalley who was a recent guest on Parkinsons Recovery Radio and founder of Aroga.

Dr. Rollins explains how Aroga products and in particular the Core Pathways, Brain and Nerve Plus and Aloe 1 support and nurture neural tissue health.


More Ways to Fight Parkinson’s

How Natural Medicines Help Parkinson’s Disease. Barbara Frank uses Folk Medicine and Nature’s Medicines To Help Parkinson’s Patients.

Unshackling the Chains of Fear

Fred Phillips offers his insights into how he gets immediate relief from a variety of his Parkinson’s symptoms. His solutions for Parkinson’s symptoms are novel and profound. Do you ever have difficulty when walking with:

  • Freezing?
  • Standing up?
  • Shuffling?
  • Slowness?
  • Leg Cramps?

If so, I strongly recommend that you listen to my interview with Fred today. He also previews his 10 step program to recovery.



What Doesn’t Kill Us

Looking for therapies that are free to do and result in much desired benefits. Here it is!

What Doesn’t Kill Us by author Scott Carney traces our evolutionary journey back to a time when survival depended on how well we adapted to the environment around us. Our ancestors crossed the Alps in animal skins and colonized the New World in loin cloths, seemingly impervious to the elements.

Modern humans have lost their biological link to the environment. Now we hate the cold. We suffer from auto-immune diseases. Many of us are chronically over weight. What Doesn’t Kill Us uncovers how just about anyone can reclaim our species’ evolutionary strength by reimagining how our bodies fit into the world and then slowly conditioning ourselves to unfamiliar environments.

Scott will share the stories he has included in his new book of individuals who currently experience symptoms of Parkinson‘s disease.  Scott’s Website:

Six Life Changing Energy Healing Methods

How to Release Emotional Stress, Pain and Illness

Stress and trauma lurk behind most diseases, including Parkinson’s. John O’Dwyer has authored a book which describes a number of modern energy balancing methods for dealing with emotional stress, trauma and other imbalances. He will discuss energy healing and ways to reduce stress and trauma, often permanently. Some energy healing techniques you can do yourself and others can be done with a practitioner. Most doctors are not familiar with these forms of healing, even though some of them were actually developed by doctors. Energy healing has been used to reverse ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, PTSD and other serious conditions in some individuals.

John O’Dwyer’s website:

Video of John O’Dwyer’s presentation on Releasing Pain and Emotional Stress at the Santa Fe Parkinsons Recovery Summit.