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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
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
This podcast is about the early onset of Parkinson's Disease. My journey thought diagnosis, treatment and clinical trails. Parkinson's progresses differently in every person diagnosed. My goal is to shed light on one of many Parkinson's journeys and help start a conversation about the disease. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trembling-emt/support
 
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.
 
When Life Gives You Parkinson’s is an honest, funny, and engaging podcast chronicling host Larry Gifford’s personal journey with Parkinson’s disease. Gifford, his wife Rebecca, and their son Henry live in Vancouver, British Columbia. Gifford has worked in radio for more than 30 years. In August 2017 he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s at the age of 45. Now in its fourth season, When Life Gives You Parkinson’s is a first-hand account of what it is like to live with PD for Gifford, his family, a ...
 
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.
 
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What is the science behind genetic inheritance that increases the chance of getting Parkinson’s disease (PD) later in life? In this episode, experts explain what genetic mutations are, those that are mostly seen in people with PD and the benefits of genetic testing. Join the study that could change everything at michaeljfox.org/podcast-ppmi. Like o…
 
Join me as I chat with Annie Brooks, MSW who currently serves as the Associate Director of Education at the Parkinson’s Foundation. As part of the Education department, her primary focus is providing quality informational resources and programs for people with Parkinson’s disease, their care partners and loved ones, and the professionals who are pa…
 
One of the crazy things about Parkinson's disease is that no two people with Parkinson's are alike. The disease manifests differently in each person. In this episode Lisa Evans, Parkinson's Association of San Diego board member and newly diagnosed with young onset Parkinson's, takes us through her exercise regime. Lisa's program is not necessarily …
 
Receiving the diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease is difficult for everyone. We experience crushing disappointment that may lead us to isolate ourselves from those we care the most about. As a result, we jeopardize our present and future quality of life.Daniel and Bryan discuss the decision to speak words of compassion and encouragement that has benef…
 
Lilian Sjøberg is a Danish coach and trouble shooter, good at seeing patterns, with a masters in biology. For five years, she has collected knowledge about how people around the world get better from chronic diseases, such as Parkinson's Disease, and coached people to get better by reducing stress. Her mission is to spread self-help tools and acces…
 
We had the pleasure of sitting down with Brett Miller, Owner and Coach at 110 Fitness, to learn more about how he created a boutique Parkinson’s and Wellness Center in Rockland, MA. Listen as he shares the “why” behind the imperativeness of meaningful, research-based movement and his recommendations for those who are just beginning an exercise regi…
 
In this episode, I introduce the topic of psychosis as it relates to Parkinson's disease. I review some of the important information about the different forms of psychosis including illusions, hallucinations, and delusional thoughts. This episode will set the stage for the upcoming month of episodes diving deep into this topic. We will discuss the …
 
Exercise. It's still the only therapy known today that can slow the progression of Parkinson's disease. One of the exercise options that is taking the Parkinson's community by storm is Rock Steady Boxing. In this episode Mike Reeder of Rock Steady Boxing Downtown (San Diego) gives us some insights on boxing, having fun, and training like a tough fi…
 
Did you know the government plays an important role in helping find a cure for Parkinson’s, and in caring for those living with the disease? In this episode, Michael J. Fox Foundation policy experts and grassroots advocates discuss the importance of telling your story and building relationships with elected officials who represent you in the halls …
 
Care partners of people with Parkinson's: these are people with angel wings. But one of the traps of taking care of someone with Parkinson's is not taking care of yourself. In this episode Jessie Agrimis, DPT, looks at some of the ways care partners can be good to themselves, can stay strong, so everyone can lead stronger, healthier, happier lives.…
 
With a Parkinson's diagnosis, home safety becomes an issue, particularly if falling manifests as a symptom. In this episode Paige Hargis, who works for the Trauma Service at Scripps Memorial Hospital in LaJolla as the Injury Prevention and Community Outreach Coordinator, looks at some of the options and resources to make a home safer. Resources: Pa…
 
Dr. Gordon Baltuch’s recent transition from University of Pennsylvania to Columbia University signifies his self-described “second act” in his career as a neurosurgeon. Having been on the forefront of Deep Brain Stimulation and now being one of the leading pioneers in the newly approved Focused Ultrasound procedure, Dr. Baltuch’s immense perspectiv…
 
Navigating a Parkinson’s diagnosis can be challenging, but you’re not alone. In this episode replay, experts share practical tips for managing the early years of Parkinson’s disease. If you’ve recently been diagnosed with Parkinson’s, you can play a critical role in our landmark Parkinson’s Progression Markers Initiative (PPMI) study. Connect with …
 
Scott Rider and Jim Morgan are embarking upon a cross country, motor coach adventure in an effort to provide the world an educational yet private look into what life is like with Parkinson’s. Scott and Jim are collaborating with Barry Blaustein, an American comedy writer best known for his writing on Saturday Night Live and the screenplays for Comi…
 
Dementia. This is a very difficult topic in Parkinson's, both for the person who is starting to experience dementia and for the person caring for their loved one. In this episode Dr. Abigail Lawler, movement disorder specialist and medical director of the Parkinson's Association of San Diego, looks at some of the day to day issues faced by both peo…
 
In Episode 3.3, Daniel unpacks three of his greatest challenges to living well after being diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson's disease. This episode is inspired by news regarding the medical community. The community is attempting to understand more about P.D. Specifically, what it's like being diagnosed while still needing to raise kids, taking …
 
When people think about Parkinson’s they probably don’t picture a 36-year-old who just finished a 12-year career in the NBA or a single mom with young kids. But Parkinson’s can affect anyone. In this episode, Brian and Heather are joined by special guests Amber Hesford and Kevin Kwok to talk about the need for better representation in the Parkinson…
 
Downsizing. Is the idea terrifying? Or something to look forward to? Gerontologist Jonathan Schwartz looks at the challenges and upsides – along with some available resources – of moving into a smaller, easier to manage space. Jonathan is the founder of Partner in Aging: https://partnerinaging.com/ Check out the Resource Center on the Parkinson's A…
 
Have you ever wondered if Parkinson's in genetic? Maybe you are concerned because a grandparent or parent was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. Join me today as my guests from the Parkinson's Foundation explain PD GENEration and how it is used for mapping the Future of Parkinson’s Disease.Bởi Teresa Jackson
 
In this episode, we talk to Sue Ludwig, owner of Crush PD Fitness. Sue shares the journey that led her to her passion for working with people who have Parkinson's disease and how important exercise really is for people with PD. Additionally, we discuss how community resources such as her gym, are beneficial to the care continuum and can be utilized…
 
How is Parkinson’s diagnosed? Tracked? Importantly, predicted? In the second episode of our “Parkinson’s Science POV” podcast series, MJFF Chief Scientific Officers discuss progress toward better tests for Parkinson’s disease, including a recent report of a brain scan of a key Parkinson’s protein. They discuss imaging, fluid measures and wearable d…
 
Entering a hospital, for any reason, is almost aways stressful, and that's compounded if you have Parkinson's. In this episode Dr. Abigail Lawler, movement disorder specialist and medical director of the Parkinson's Association of San Diego, looks at some of the concerns for a care partner and has some guidance on managing the early stages of a hos…
 
Karl Robb, a person with Parkinson's, alongside his wife, Angela, an inspirational care partner, join us for our POP Profile Series. Listen as they share how they pivoted to become steadfast advocates for those battling the Parkinson's. Karl is thriving as a result of his mindful management of the disease as well as Angela's unwavering dedication i…
 
Even in the best of times, parenting can be hard. When you’re parenting with Parkinson’s, getting yourself and your kids ready for the day and managing activities has added complications. Plus, there’s the emotional toll that a Parkinson’s diagnosis can have on a family. In this episode, Brian and Heather discuss being the parents of young kids whe…
 
This is part one of three of a mini-series of episodes we are calling “Down Under.” Host Larry Gifford gets you ready for World Parkinson’s Day. Learn about the new international symbol for Parkinson’s disease named “THE SPARK” and how you can use it. Where to watch the world premiere of the new documentary “The Long Road to Hope: Ending Parkinson’…
 
We've heard from everybody – doctors, nurse practitioners, dietitians, coaches, personal trainers – why it's so important for people with Parkinson's to exercise. In this episode Jessie Agrimis, DPT and co-founder of NeuroLab360, gives us a physical therapist's perspective on why it's critical that people with Parkinson's have a consistent exercise…
 
Each year the Parkinson's Association of San Diego holds a 5K walk at Liberty Station in San Diego. In this episode, 2022 walk chair Lisa Evans gives us a short look at the reasons we hold the Walk, some of her expectations, and some of the amazing stories she's seen at prior Walks. To register for the 2022 5K Walk, click here: https://raceroster.c…
 
We have a tendency to grow confident in our expectations as we grow older. Despite how hard we have prepared for the future, Parkinson's is similar to a bomb being dropped. It causes a titanic shift. When the smoke clears, we are left with a life that doesn't line up with our previous goals. Parkinson's doesn't discriminate based on gender or ethni…
 
We all dream when we sleep. Some don’t remember dreams. Others clearly recall what they did, how they felt, and who else was there. Still others unintentionally act out their dreams. They may imagine catching a touchdown pass, running from a wild animal, or fending off an enemy. In this episode, our on-staff movement disorder specialist speaks with…
 
When people think about weight management, usually it's related to weight loss. But in Parkinson's it might be more important to maintain or even add weight. Registered dietitian and nutritionist Marty Acevedo discusses managing your weight while living with Parkinson's. https://parkinsonsassociation.org/…
 
Patrick Riddle has been a practicing trial lawyer since the 1970s in San Joaquin County, California. Four years ago, he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, and rather than give in to it, he decided to enroll in a vigorous kickboxing program and get back into golf to stave off the symptoms. He also began his writing career. This year, he complet…
 
What happens if you have Parkinson's and you're in physical therapy and your insurance for PT runs out. This is often a difficult situation if you get to a point where you are benefiting from PT but your insurance company says your PT is no longer medically necessary. In this episode Jessie Agrimis, DPT and co-founder of NeuroLab360 addresses this …
 
One of the greatest challenges for a caregiver of a loved one with Parkinson's disease is managing episodes of psychosis. On today's episode, I interview a caregiver named Sharon. Sharon is a caregiver for her husband with a 14 year history of PD. In the recent years, he has experienced a decline in cognitive function as well as episodes of psychos…
 
Some people act out their dreams while asleep. They may punch, kick, yell or even fall out of bed. This sleep problem can be linked to Parkinson’s and other brain diseases. In this episode, experts share why sleep issues happen and what you can do to manage them. If you or your bed partner have sleep issues — whether you have Parkinson’s or not — y…
 
Eve Grill is 22 years old and the oldest daughter of Anna Grill, who was diagnosed with Young-Onset Parkinson’s disease when Eve was very young. While Eve is embarking on her life as a young adult, having just graduated from the College of William and Mary and working in DC, she still looks to her mom for guidance in every aspect of life. Eve discu…
 
Growing experimental evidence shows microbial influence on neurological function in both health and disease. Studies also suggest microbial makeup is “altered” in people with neurological disease, particularly Parkinson’s Disease. Dr. Tim Sampson from Emory University School of Medicine casts a light on the intestinal microbiome as an important loc…
 
NeuroLab360 – a non-profit rehabilitation and wellness center specializing in working with those with neurological challenges such as Parkinson's disease – has opened in San Diego. Founder and president Jessie Agrimis, DPT spent a few minutes with us to describe the facility, the services, and the reasons she and her partners opened NeuroLab360. ht…
 
In this episode, we talk with Dr. Conrad Kanagy about his own personal journey with Parkinson's disease and how he has embraced the changes that it has brought to his life. Conrad additionally shares tips that he has learned throughout his personal journey, to help others that are fighting, just like him.…
 
Peeing. Another topic that if you are living with Parkinson's, you've probably talked about. Urinary issues are common in Parkinson's and here to give us a brief overview is Nurse Practitioner Sherrie Gould. https://parkinsonsassociation.org/Bởi Parkinson's Association of San Diego
 
Oral dopamine – one of the most common prescribed drugs for people with Parkinson's. But how do you best manage taking the dopamine with your meals? Registered dietitian Marty Acevedo looks at timing your food intake – particularly protein – with your Carbidopa/Levodopa. https://parkinsonsassociation.org…
 
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