Here is an article that I have looked for: scientific proof that it is possible to be cured of Parkinson’s disease – at least temporarily.

A potential case of remission of Parkinson’s disease:

Short abstract,         or          summary of the article          or           the article as a PDF

It is not important for me how he was healed, or if it will last for the rest of his life or not, but that this is a scientific acknowledgment that it is “doable” to get better. With this piece of evidence, we can break the cemented belief about Parkinson’s.

It is indeed possible to get better even if you are diagnosed with Parkinson’s!

If one person in the world can do it, others can do it as well. The article states that the reason might be his use of meditation, so that may be one way forward.
If you read my webpage you will see that other people have found other ways and I am proud to announce that my coaching and therapy has helped people with Parkinson’s big time as well.

Now we have the science to back us up, so start changing your belief that it is not doable and start to help yourself. There are many roads to better health for people with diseases.

It is important to connect the scientific world and the alternative world of healing if we want to drag more people out of chronic diseases. Right now most people believe in standard science, which is where the money is for large scale clinical studies. It is my purpose as a biologist and coach to tie these two worlds together so we can encourage  more people to get new hope and start the journey toward reducing symptoms.

How much better must a person be before you can say he or she is in remission? When I find the definition and I am sure my clients live up to this, I will find a scientist who can write an article about them.

Definition of remission:
If someone who has had a serious disease such as cancer is in remission or if the disease is in remission, the disease has been controlled so that they are not as ill as they were.
Example: Brain scans have confirmed that the disease is in remission.
(I somewhere read that the person must be in remission for 2 years before you can publish an article like this … please say if you know a scientist that will help.)

Here’s another article about remission from one symptom of Parkinson’s. This is more complicated to read and discusses remission from one out of several Parkinson symptoms. But it is a success story, so it is necessary to share it as well.
Remission of Cognitive Deficits in Parkinson’s Disease: Recovery from a Nonamnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment or Psychiatric Symptoms

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