PARKINSON'S ROLE MODELS

Parkinson's Role Model Interview: Tim Hague Sr. on Building the Skill of Perseverance

Parkinson's Role Model Interview: Tim Hague Sr. on Building the Skill of Perseverance

Most of the time our present moment is safe and full of blessings waiting to be recognized. It is also full of opportunities and positive choices to be made that can make your today the best it can be.

Tim says, “Live your best today. Do your best, and stop there. Have the courage to be content, then offer yourself to others. You have many blessings still to share.”

Parkinson's Role Model Interview - Omotola Thomas on Hope, Faith, and Defying Limitations

Parkinson's Role Model Interview - Omotola Thomas on Hope, Faith, and Defying Limitations

Omotola Thomas has been told time after time that Parkinson’s is a neurodegenerative disease and to curb her expectations of her future. She has consistently chosen to believe that she can defy the label that’s been placed upon her, and thus the perceived limitations that come with a Parkinson’s diagnosis. In this act of defiance, she founded ParkinStand.

My Video Interview with Colin Potter: "How I Reversed My Parkinson's Symptoms"

My Video Interview with Colin Potter: "How I Reversed My Parkinson's Symptoms"

Dr. Sarah King, PT, DPT interviews Colin Potter about his experience being diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease and his hard fought battle to reverse his Parkinson's symptoms. He talks about the revelation he had to spur his new journey, what changes he's made to reverse his symptoms, and what his plans are for the future.

RECAP: Walk and Talk with Colin Potter from Fight-Parkinsons.org

RECAP: Walk and Talk with Colin Potter from Fight-Parkinsons.org

Colin Potter, founder of Fight-Parkinsons.org, came to Austin to further his research into the causes and natural alternatives to fighting Parkinson's Disease. He took time to lead a Walk and Talk to discuss his journey and how he's combating his symptoms in ways that go beyond the pill bottle.

12 Sessions to Freedom

12 Sessions to Freedom

After a diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease, often patients will put off seeing a physical therapist because they're "not that bad". One of my clients, Jennie, was exactly this way. 

This is Jennie's story. My intention of sharing her story (with her approval, of course) is to help people with Parkinson's understand that it IS possible to regain strength, stamina, and balance that they feel like is lost forever (and you don't have to be in therapy forever to achieve it!).  It's never too early or too late to start re-writing your Parkinson's story.