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A series of Podcasts featuring industry experts: Professor Bas Bloem & Professor Werner Poewe - ‘Reflections on Parkinson’s Disease' podcast, brought to you by Oruen. In this cutting edge series, we will discuss the many miracles, mysteries and myths surrounding Parkinson's Disease. For further information please visit www.oruen.com
 
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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
Larry Gifford has Parkinson’s disease, and he wants to talk about it. When Life Gives You Parkinson’s chronicles Larry’s journey following diagnosis at age 45, but he knows he’s only part of the story. The podcast gives voice to the fascinating people that make up the Parkinson’s community and beyond — his family, his fellow people with Parkinson’s, care partners, advocates, researchers and healthcare providers. Through these interviews, the podcast informs and inspires others to share their ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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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
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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The Parkinson’s community often asks, “What new treatments are in the pipeline?” In this episode, experts discuss the latest approaches in treating the spectrum of Parkinson’s, from early diagnosis to advancing disease. They also highlight the latest tools to predict and measure Parkinson’s and critical steps toward prevention. Recently diagnosed w…
 
Please join me as I chat with Allie Toepperwein, as she boldly shares her beautiful journey with Parkinson’s disease and her diagnosis at the young age of 37. Allie has inspired thousands of people as a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, and the first person with Parkinson’s to compete on American Ninja Warriors. She travels throughout the…
 
One of the dark symptoms of Parkinson’s is apathy. Describing apathy is a bit like describing what it feels like when a dementor in the Harry Potter books kisses a character – the ability to drain happiness and hope from its victims. When a person with Parkinson’s spirals into a an apathetic state they lack motivation and lose interest in activitie…
 
In this episode we're joined by Emory D'Andrea, a Speech Language Pathologist and certified LSVT LOUD/eLOUD provider at Carmel Mountain Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center. Emory gives us some insights into how the LSVT LOUD and eLOUD programs can help anyone with Parkinson's who is finding their voice becoming a bit more quiet. Emory can be reach…
 
When John O’Leary was a nine-year-old boy, he was burned on 100% of his body. He was in his garage playing with matches and gasoline—just like he’d had seen the older boys on his block do. A fire exploded, consuming the garage, sending him flying back against the wall and turning his whole world upside down. He talks with Larry & Rebecca about how …
 
Red Light Therapy (Photobiomodulation) & the science behind its possibilities is a growing topic within the Parkinson's community. Listen to this Podcast, the second of two, that No Silver Bullet recorded in Oct 2022 with Dr. Catherine Hamilton. We were delighted to host Dr.Catherine Hamilton, a retired medical practitioner & author of the Red Ligh…
 
Thirteen people crossed the finish line of the Portland to Coast relay. In this episode, BGF Executive Director Katrina Kahl talks to Mike McCastle and Jenn Rohl, loved ones of people with Parkinson's, about their experience being on the team.Brian Grant Foundation
 
Many people and families with Parkinson’s wonder if deep brain stimulation (DBS) — a surgical procedure for Parkinson’s — is a possible treatment option for them. In this episode replay, experts discuss who should consider DBS; potential benefits and risks; and the latest advancements in DBS research. If you’ve recently been diagnosed with Parkinso…
 
Gigi Van Rysellberghe's Parkinson's diagnosis rounded out an 18-month period she jovially calls her “medical trifecta.” Before her PD diagnosis, Gigi had recently undergone spinal fusion surgery and fought breast cancer. In this episode, Gigi talks to co-hosts Brian Grant and Heather Kennedy about her fiercely optimistic approach to dealing with mu…
 
Kat Hill and Nancy Peate are the authors of Being Well with a Chronic Illness: A Guide to Joy and Resilience with Your Diagnosis. In their book they offer wisdom, language, research-supported guidance and personal stories to help people with Parkinson’s and other chronic conditions navigate their wellness journey. In this episode, Rebecca talks wit…
 
Kevin Kwok's "muscle through" approach to living with young onset Parkinson's disease got him through the early stages of his diagnosis. But as the disease has progressed, Kevin has learned to adapt to the changes. In this episode, Kevin talks to co-hosts Brian Grant and Heather Kennedy about the road he is on now and the mental shift he's made to …
 
YOPD, or young onset Parkinson's disease, affects those diagnosed with Parkinson's in their 20's, 30's, 40's and 50's. In this episode support group leader Trace Hill introduces us to "Park's on the Park," San Diego's YOPD support group, and some of the ways anyone who was diagnosed at a younger age can benefit from meeting with other's with YOPD. …
 
Geoff Constable is a PD Avenger and an Ambassador for the World Parkinson Congress 2023 in Barcelona. We met at the last WPC2019 in Kyoto. Like many of us with YOPD, Geoff’s diagnosis was delayed six years as doctors tried to figure out root issue of his symptoms. In 2008, at the age of 50, he finally was able to put a name to the issues he had, Pa…
 
Professor Bloem is one of, if not the World's leading authorities on Parkinson's disease. He shares with us his research on this important topic and helps us understand how to best manage our symptoms through exercise. The expression “citius, fortius, altius” (Latin for “faster, higher, stronger”) is the Olympic motto indicating what is required to…
 
Meet Matt Soto, the director of the San Diego State University Adaptive Fitness Clinic. Serving those with minor to severe disabilities, the SDSU Adaptive Fitness Clinic is a community outreach program through the School of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences at San Diego State University. Founded in 1983, the Fitness Clinic serves those from the San…
 
Amber Hesford doesn’t indulge in plans and aspirations for her future. As a working single mom who is living with young onset Parkinson’s disease, Amber is taking it day by day. In this episode, Amber talks to co-hosts Brian Grant and Heather Kennedy about the unique challenges she faces in her Parkinson’s journey and her humorous approach to livin…
 
Kerry Rae Connolly was getting ready to celebrate her 40th birthday when her husband, Harry, was diagnosed with young onset Parkinson's disease. A few years later Harry had a massive stroke while undergoing deep brain stimulation and, in an instant, Kerry Rae became his full-time care partner. In this episode, Kerry Rae talks to co-hosts Brian Gran…
 
In this episode you will meet Allison Ballard, accomplished elite athlete and living successfully with Parkinson’s disease. Alison faces Parkinson’s disease head on, just like she faces everything else. You will be inspired as Alison shares her view on life, her struggles with Parkinson’s and her recent diagnosis of cancer.…
 
A Parkinson’s diagnosis can bring many different emotions — denial, anger, sadness, frustration. It’s important to know that no matter what emotions you feel, you’re not alone. Listen as people with Parkinson’s and their loved ones discuss how they’ve navigated emotions in the early years with Parkinson’s disease. This podcast episode offers person…
 
The 2022 Power Over Parkinson's Dolomite Mountain Trek in Italy is over, but the hikes and events of that week will stay with all of us for a lifetime. I had the most incredible experience hiking for the week with Alex Trepte, one of the four people on the trek with Parkinson's. Alex has this thing – he runs at the end of every hike. And for someon…
 
Dr. Amy Yasko has a PhD in Microbiology/Immunology/infectious Disease from Albany Medical College and has completed multiple postdoctoral fellowships at the Yale Medical center, Wilmot Cancer Center URMC and Pediatric Infectious Disease at URMC. After working in biotechnology for 15 years. Dr. Amy shifted her focus to alternative halthcare. She has…
 
Dr Wayne Markman is the CEO of the Sydney-based healthcare company, SYMBYX Biome, which he co-founded in 2019 to develop medical laser therapies.As a board-registered, qualified Doctor of Chiropractic, Wayne worked for 15 years as an investment banker in North and South America, UK, Europe and Asia-Pacific, leading large client teams on complex cro…
 
Updates on several stories we’ve shared on the podcast. Reactions to the three-minute test to diagnose Parkinson’s. The final 30km on a cross-country bike tour for Parkinson’s leaves bikers spinning their wheels. * We catch up with the Rigid Riders. Plus, Ozzy Osbourne on stage for the first time since his Parkinson’s diagnosis. *Don’t forget to pu…
 
When elite rower Todd Vogt was diagnosed with young onset Parkinson's disease, he thought his rowing days were over. But this week Todd is on his way to the World Rowing Championships. In this episode, Todd talks to co-hosts Brian Grant and Heather Kennedy about how he found a way to continue doing the sport he loves.…
 
We survived our first hike in snowy, icy, and very cold conditions. On this day, the whole team rose to the occasion – dressed properly, waling carefully, helping each other, we made a steep descent and arrived at our first coffee stop of the day. With this team, coffee (and bombardinos – a rum, eggs, and whipped cream drink) are always a welcome t…
 
IT'S SNOWING ON THE MOUNTAIN! We woke up to an unexpected four inches of snow covering the mountain. In this short episode we hear from the team at breakfast as each person looks forward to the excitement of the day. This trek is a fundraiser for the Parkinson's Association of San Diego so. If you are so inclined, feel free to click here or on the …
 
In this short episode Gina Lupino, one of our amazing Parkinson's patients on the Dolomite trek, looks at some of the challenges she faces in the mountains, including finding a private place to pee, and talks about the inspiration of the other three people hiking with Parkinson's. This trek is a fundraiser for the Parkinson's Association of San Die…
 
In this short episode, and with about six hours of hiking still in front of us, Francie Barron talks about why she has joined her second Power Over Parkinson's trek and how she is inspired by the people on the trek with Parkinson's. This trek is a fundraiser for the Parkinson's Association of San Diego so. If you are so inclined, feel free to click…
 
Will Kauffmann, now living in Luxembourg, joined the Power Over Parkinson's trek to support his long time family friend John Crawford, but now also has a very personal connection to Parkinson's. This trek is a fundraiser for the Parkinson's Association of San Diego so. If you are so inclined, feel free to click here or on the link below to donate o…
 
Day three: in this episode Lisa Graham tells us what brought her to her third Power Over Parkinson's trek. This trek is a fundraiser for the Parkinson's Association of San Diego so. If you are so inclined, feel free to click here or on the link below to donate on behalf of one of the hikers. All the donations stay within the San Diego Parkinson's c…
 
On our day three hike, Alex Trepte, another of our hikers with Parkinson's, talks about how hard it can be to accept help, even though everyone around him is willing to offer it. This trek is a fundraiser for the Parkinson's Association of San Diego so. If you are so inclined, feel free to click here or on the link below to donate on behalf of one …
 
Day three: meet John Crawford, one of our trekkers with Parkinson's. In this short episode John tells us why he travelled to Italy to join the Power Over Parkinson's trek. This trek is a fundraiser for the Parkinson's Association of San Diego so. If you are so inclined, feel free to click here or on the link below to donate on behalf of one of the …
 
And we're ready to go on day two! After a long introduction to the Dolomites yesterday, the team is gathered at the start for day two, a shorter, more gentle hike than day 1. In this episode we check in with a few of the team members just minutes before we start. This trek is a fundraiser for the Parkinson's Association of San Diego so. If you are …
 
One of our amazing guides, Anna Vecellio Del Monego of Dolomite Treks, offers her take on the team, the motivation, the determination, and the joy she gets from guiding this powerful team of people with Parkinson's and those connected to people with Parkinson's. This trek is a fundraiser for the Parkinson's Association of San Diego so. If you are s…
 
Day 1 of the Power Over Parkinson's Dolomites Trek is in the books. 20 km/about 12.5 miles and 3600 feet of vertical gain, this was a tough hike for anyone regardless of Parkinson's. In this short episode, nurse practitioner Sherrie Gould looks at the power of the team as we made our up and down narrow challenging terrain. This trek is a fundraiser…
 
Half way through our day one hike, Elena Andrew gives us a little insight on why she continues to travel the world for these Power Over Parkinson's mountain treks. This trek is a fundraiser for the Parkinson's Association of San Diego so. If you are so inclined, feel free to click here or on the link below to donate on behalf of one of the hikers. …
 
We are hiking! With about half the team assembled in Cortina we did our first acclimatization hike to a spectacular refugio overlooking the whole valley. Today we all got a look at just how powerful these mountains are. The trek officially starts with a welcome dinner tomorrow, then our 8-day adventure begins. The magic of this trek is being with t…
 
Karl Sterling is a neuro-rehabilitation specialist and NASM Master Trainer based in Syracuse, New York, and is the creator of the Parkinson's Regeneration Training ® and NeuroMotor Training ® education programs. While his extensive experience as a rehabilitation specialist includes working with a variety of populations, he primarily specializes in …
 
We are one flight away from Italy. Jeff, Sherrie, and Marilyn are meeting up with most of the Dolomites team members tomorrow. In this episode we take a final look back at the 2013 Mt. Everest Base Camp trek with three short clips: Sherrie talking about a medical condition that caused two of our team to turn around just one day shy of Base Camp; a …
 
After four years of planning and three years of cancellations we are finally on our way to Italy and the Dolomite Mountains. In this short episode your podcast host Jeff Seckendorf, Nurse Practitioner Sherrie Gould, and trekker Marilyn McCrary are close to boarding an airplane for Italy. Listen in as we are now just a few hours from joining the res…
 
The Dolomite team is on its way! This trek, in support of the Parkinson's Association of San Diego, starts in a few days as team members are making their way to Cortina, Italy. In this episode we take another look back to 2013 and the trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp, this time hearing from father and son team Alan and Adam Truitt along with a clip fr…
 
This is a breakthrough, breaking news episode featuring Professor Perdita Barran, University of Manchester and Joy Milne, the woman who can smell Parkinson’s. Today. their latest research paper was published at 12:01am (BST) September 7, 2022. This research has led to a three-minute non-invasive test to determine a positive or negative Parkinson’s …
 
During this episode, as we make our last few days of preparation for the Dolomite Trek, we are joined by nurse practitioner Sherrie Gould for a look back at trek number two to Mt. Everest Base Camp in 2013. Listen in as Sherrie describes that team's reaction to seeing Mt. Everest for the first time and then looks ahead to talk about the training th…
 
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