Parkinson’s disease is a “progressive neurodegenerative disease” that only got worse over time. Patients know their symptoms are worse now than one or two years ago. In the past, doctors thought that the worsening of these symptoms was due to the cause of Parkinson’s disease, irreversible brain damage.
As the patient’s symptoms get worse during standard medical drug treatment, we have found that the brain damage causing Parkinson’s disease is not the primary cause of symptom collapse. Our medical doctors published in the scientific medical journals that there are 29 nutritional deficiencies associated with the disease, and is rather caused by standard medical drug treatment. The symptoms of these nutritional deficiencies are identical to the brain damage symptoms which causes PD. Brain damage is not reversible, whereas the nutritional deficiencies are reversible. Many patients stabilized under this approach eight and ten years ago continue to show no signs of the disease progression. We are also aware of patients cared for under the standard medical drug approach for the last five years who are now in a wheelchair, can no longer walk, and are in a nursing home.
The standard approach used in medicine is to see Parkinson’s disease patients in the clinic once every six months to refill drug prescriptions while documenting progression and deterioration of the disease.
Resolving these nutritional deficiencies is why weeks are required to achieve optimal results. Optimal relief of symptoms does not occur when the patient is seen by their doctor once every six months; an approach that leads to the classification of Parkinson’s disease as a “progressive neurodegenerative disease.” Unlike standard medical care provided by neurologists and primary care physicians, our doctors see each new patient weekly in the clinic or the patient’s home via telemedicine on their computer, for 20 to 30 weeks until the patient achieves optimal relief of symptoms.
Click the hyperlinks below to open the National Institute of Health webpage for three of the 22 peer-reviewed scientific papers we have published in the medical journals. This National Institute of Health postings recognizes these papers as valid medical science publications:
When each of the three hyperlinks above is accessed, the following “Full text links” can be found in the upper right of each page. Click on them to access the full-text of each article.
A Patient Testimonial - Week 20
Parkinson’s disease care in a league of its own.
This video documents the 2015 and 2016 treatment failures of a 43-year-old female to the most effective standard medical treatment available. The video then documents the 2017 results obtained by doctors trained in this approach. Many people have reported tears coming to their eyes while watching this video.
The results speak for themselves. Most patients have full potential to achieve similar results.
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Who Are We?
Quietly in the background, since 1997, the Parkinson’s Clinics research medical doctors has redefined the scientific foundation of Parkinson’s disease. We then documented our findings by publishing 22 peer-reviewed scientific research papers in the medical journals. For the last 20 years, our primary role has been consulting with medical doctors on their most difficult cases. Parkinson’s Clinics is now providing patients with medical care from our most experienced medical doctors.
If not cared for properly, everyone gets worse.
Our licensed medical doctors and other licensed caregivers provide this care in the patient’s home with computer-based HIPAA compliant telemedicine. The American Medical Association has taken the position that telemedicine (computer-based care in the home) is as effective as face to face care in the clinic.
There are two costs associated with this program, a caregiver fee, and a charge for the required nutrients. The caregiver fee is a one-time upfront charge. Patients may arrange a payment plan. The caregiver fee covers all telemedicine visits for stabilization, optimization, and into the future provided the patient is following instructions exactly and not self-treating with unauthorized substances or other approaches. The second charge is the monthly cost of nutrients which is variable based on patient needs.