Recovery from Parkinson’s; Dr. Janice Walton-Hadlock, DAOM;
Parkinson’s disease is not an incurable illness. Many, many people have recovered, permanently, from the electrical irregularity that causes Parkinson’s disease.
This book explains what causes Parkinson’s and details the discoveries Dr. Janice Walton-Hadlock made while looking for commonalities in the many people who have “spontaneously” or “miraculously” recovered from Parkinson’s disease.
This is the “main book” of the Parkinson’s Recovery Project. This book is a guide to recovery for a person who wants to recover from Parkinson’s disease. Recovery is, in most cases, a do-it-yourself project: no professional assistance is needed.
This book explains what causes Parkinson’s disease (an electrical circuitry problem), how Dr. Walton-Hadlock and the Parkinson’s Treatment Team discovered this cause, and the treatments one uses to bring about recovery. This book explains how to diagnose Parkinson’s and how to recognize the distinctive symptoms that occur during recovery. This book also delves into a bit of Chinese medical theory – just enough to explain why the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease develop as they do, and to help understand the recovery symptoms.
About this edition
The original edition of this book and several subsequent editions were all named Recovery from Parkinson’s. The 2005 and 2008 editions were each given different names, to help us (the members of the Parkinson’s Treatment Team) know which edition a patient had been reading. The previous (eighth) edition, published in August, 2008, was titled Trouble Afoot. The previous, 2005 edition was titled Almost Icarus.
Even if you have read the previous editions, please do read the latest edition: much new material has been added. Preview readers have said that this latest edition is very helpful: it explains more clearly the difference between injury-induced Parkinson’s and dissociation-induced Parkinson’s, and the role of patient participation in treating each of these two forms of the syndrome.
Now that this book is (hopefully) in its final edition, the author is reverting back to her original title, Recovery from Parkinson’s.
This book is offered for free downloading and printing for individual use only. All rights are reserved. Please observe the copyright warning in the book.
The Parkinson’s Recovery Project, a non-profit organization, is making this book available for free download. If you find this book to be helpful, please consider making a tax-deductable donation by clicking on the Donation link.
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