Free Parkinsons Recovery Newsletter

I send a newsletter to your email address announcing my guests on the Parkinsons Recovery Radio show, discussing new discoveries and conveying my own thoughts about what is required for the body to come back into balance.

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About Robert Rodgers PhD

Robert Rodgers, Ph.D., has a passion for helping persons with Robert Rodgers Parkinsons RecoveryParkinson’s feel better using approaches that are natural and have no side effects. Diagnosed with Parkinson’s, his own mother took a variety of prescription drugs to treat her symptoms, her depression and other medical problems. She died from a stroke aggravated by the deadly combination of the many prescription medications she had been taking to treat one symptom or another.

After graduating from Vanderbilt University in 1968 Robert served as a Navy officer in Puerto Rico and a county administrator in Virginia. After earning his masters degree from Cornell University, Robert was awarded his Ph.D. from Michigan State University in 1981. He subsequently served as a faculty member at the University of Texas at Austin in the 1980’s and Director of the Ph.D. and MHA programs at the University of Kentucky Martin School of Public Policy in the 1990’s.

Robert resigned his 20 years of university life as a tenured full professor in 2003 to found Zero Point Healers so he could pursue his interest in identifying options that are helping people with Parkinsons reverse their symptoms. He incorporated Parkinsons Recovery in 2005 which helps individuals with Parkinson’s Disease find relief from their symptoms today.

Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
Parkinsons Recovery
Olympia, Washington

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5 thoughts on “Newsletter

  1. John DiGiacomo

    My father was diagnosed with Parkinson’s about 5 years ago and he is 83 years old. His mind is getting worse and he always complains he can not sleep along with all the other symptoms. I wanted to see if there was anything that could help relieve some of these problems.

    1. manabunnow4zph Post author


      My research reveals that the factors which cause symptoms of Parkinson’s are multi-faceted. The treatments that offer the promise of relief for you will depend on what are the underlying causes of your symptoms. I would recommend that you pause and investigate the causes. Once you know the causes you can make informed decisions about the best treatments to pursue.

      My second thought for you is to reveal one of the seven secrets to healing as I see it. The first secret is to get the bad stuff out of your body before putting more stuff. It is often the case that detoxes can do wonders for neurological problems.

      Robert Rodgers PhD
      Seven Secrets to Healing
      What is Wrong with Me?

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