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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
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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
 
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MDS Podcast

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MDS Podcast

International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society

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The MDS Podcast channel was created with the ultimate goal of improving education in Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders, while keeping MDS members, other neurologists, health professionals and neuroscientists updated with novel and clinically-relevant research findings. A monthly issue of the podcast will highlight the results of an article published in the Society journals, Movement Disorders or Movement Disorders Clinical Practice, including an interview with one of the autho ...
 
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I'm Not Dead Yet!

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I'm Not Dead Yet!

Judy Yaras & Travis Robinson

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A close look at an extraordinary life with Parkinson's Disease. Quirky and irreverent; hosts Judy & Travis take a look at this most tragic of events: life with an incurable disease and why it’s important to declare that I'm Not Dead Yet! Start making the changes to enable you to get the best quality of life possible.
 
Always learning, always growing, and always sharing with others, host Karl Sterling brings you conversations with extraordinary experts! We hope you enjoy our interviews. Karl works as a neurorehabilitation specialist based in Syracuse, New York, and is the creator of the Parkinson’s Regeneration Training ® education program. While his extensive experience as a trainer includes working with a variety of populations, he primarily specializes in working with clients who have movement disorders ...
 
The Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Degenerative Disease Special Interest Group (DDSIG) is a component of the American Physical Therapy Association. The DDSIG is comprised of physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and students in physical therapy programs that have an interest in neurodegenerative disorders including Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, amyotropic lateral sclerosis, Huntington’s disease, and others. The DDSIG provides a forum to discuss advances in pr ...
 
The World Parkinson Coalition is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing an international forum on Parkinson's disease. Learn more at wpc2022.org
 
The McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine presents “Regenerative Medicine Today,” an audio podcast series that features interviews with scientists and clinicians addressing new therapies, where the primary strategy is to repair/replace tissue and organs that have been damaged by disease or trauma, vs. the classical approach used today to treat the symptoms of the insult to the body. Also included are patient interviews where regenerative medicine helped to address their affliction.
 
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APDA Spotlight Series

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APDA Spotlight Series

American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA)

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Please join us for expert perspectives on treatment, daily living, or symptoms of Parkinson's disease (PD) and more. These programs are designed to help people with PD, family members, and care partners. Please share with anyone in your support network whom you feel will benefit from this information. These are archives of live programs that are also hosted on the APDA website.
 
This Week in Microbiology is a podcast about unseen life on Earth hosted by Vincent Racaniello and friends. Following in the path of his successful shows 'This Week in Virology' (TWiV) and 'This Week in Parasitism' (TWiP), Racaniello and guests produce an informal yet informative conversation about microbes which is accessible to everyone, no matter what their science background.
 
Neurosearch is setting new standards in the research of new treatments for Parkinson's disease and other neurodegenerative diseases. Our podcast is intended to provide listeners with a sense of hope and a better understanding of the exciting work that Neurosearch researchers are engaged in to fight neurodegenerative diseases.
 
Welcome to the married2pd podcast, a unique series of conversations dedicated to the wives of those diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson's Disease (YOPD). We share and learn from experiences and dive into the ups and downs of YOPD. This one-of-a-kind podcast shows that we can thrive as care partners and women.
 
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.
 
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 nearly 30 years. In August 2017 he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s at the age of 45. Now in its second 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, and ...
 
Since 2008, Rich has hosted PD Talk Live and has provided a "POSITIVE" outlook to the Parkinson's community, while discussing his experiences with Parkinson's Disease. Rich was diagnosed in 2002. Providing support, news, views, and interviews. PD Talk Live is informative & entertaining! You can call-in, join-in the chatroom, or listen-in during the "live" broadcast. If you miss a broadcast, all of the episodes are archived as pod casts for you to enjoy.
 
Mito-Kids is a documentary based on the lives of my 4 daughters (15-19) and how they live with their individual disorders caused by Mitochondria Disease. Mitochondria is the energy within almost every cell in our body providing 90% of the energy we use each day. This disorder is growing in awareness because it is being seen as the root disorder behind, in part or in full, epilepsy, ALS, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Heart Disease and many other neurological disorders. My children have disabiliti ...
 
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No Doorway Wide Enough

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No Doorway Wide Enough

Bill Schmalfeldt on Podiobooks.com

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It was just about three weeks after his 45th birthday in 2000 when Bill Schmalfeldt was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. In 2007 while working at a federal agency as a writer and podcaster, telling other people about the importance of clinical trials, Bill heard about and volunteered for an experimental brain surgery to determine whether or not "deep brain stimulation" could be done on patients in the earlier stages of the disease. This is the story of Bill's "Parkinson's Decade" from bei ...
 
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AlzRightNow

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AlzRightNow

Cynthia Dunn, Professional on Ageing, Certified Dementia Practitioner, Cert

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The intention of this podcast is to take the fear and stigma out of Alzheimer's and related Dementia.My belief is if I can survive this terrible disease as a primary CareGiver so can you and I will show you how! We will have experts, experiences, and teachings to give a solid base in the understanding. I have been where you are and I know and empathize with the struggle to remain positive in what is usually a dark situation. We will talk about silver linings, living in the moment, looking to ...
 
Exploring all things genetics. Cambridge University Alumnus and current CEO of Sano Genetics Dr Patrick Short analyses the science, interviews the experts and helps share the stories of people who have been personally affected by genetic conditions. To take part in the latest research studies mentioned in this podcast please visit sanogenetics.com/research
 
A program designed to give listeners an opportunity to talk directly with experts who understand traditional and non-traditional medicine, health, and well-being. If you have suggestions for programs or questions about KPFA, please contact Rona Renner, RN, at Rona@NurseRona.com or Dr. David Feldman, PhD, at davidf@kpfa.org.
 
PeerVoice is an independent, professional medical publishing concern focused on gathering and reporting information pertaining to clinically relevant advances and developments in the science and practice of medicine. As publishers of PeerVoice Publications, PeerVoice is solely responsible for the selection of publication topics, the preparation of editorial content and the distribution of all materials it publishes.
 
Welcome to Evidence to Excellence: News in Neuroplasticity and Rehab powered by The Recovery Project. We want to personally welcome and thank you for joining us. The Evidence to Excellence: News in Neuroplasticity and Rehab Podcast is designed to keep you updated on what’s new in research and evidence in the neuro rehabilitation world.
 
Each week we bring aged care industry experts, thought leaders and passionate individuals directly to you to share their knowledge, stories and experiences. Hosted by Ash De Neef, the ACE Podcast is brought to you by SilVR Adventures ~ enriching the quality of life for seniors with meaningful activities that bring joy through virtual reality. Maybe you'd like to partner with us? Have your message, showcased directly to our rapidly growing audience of aged care executives and people working w ...
 
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The JNPT Podcast

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Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy

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The Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy is the official peer-reviewed publication of the Neurology Section of the American Physical Therapy Association. JNPT is the primary peer reviewed resource for advancing neurologic physical therapy practice through the dissemination of definitive evidence, translation of clinically relevant knowledge, and integration of theory into education, practice and research.
 
He's quickly becoming the Lewis Black of Parkinson's Disease. In a series of hilarious essays, Bill Schmalfeldt (author of "No Doorway Wide Enough", also on Podiobooks) lashes out at Parkinson's Disease "and the other things that annoy me." Recorded at his kitchen table, you can hear life going on in the background as Bill talks about stupid studies that prove things that anyone with common sense should know ("Parkies who drool are embarrassed by it! It's SCIENCE!"), his own declining cognit ...
 
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Dr. Matarazzo speaks with Prof. Takahashi about the results of his recent study that shows how this anti-epileptic drug may inhibit the transmission of alpha synuclein in PD. While this was tested in animal models, future clinical trials are warranted to test the effects on PD progression.By International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society
 
Gene-based therapies for Parkinson’s disease, while still in the developmental stage, are under active investigation. For this potential therapy, genes are engineered in a laboratory and then injected into specific parts of the brain. The genes may function either to induce cells in the brain to produce dopamine, or to code for the production of en…
 
In this episode, Parm talks to Dr. Zajac and Dr. Ellis about their paper in the October 2021 issue of JNPT “Are Mobile Persons With Parkinson Disease Necessarily More Active?” Parm dives into the methods and results with Dr. Zajac. Then, she zooms out to talk about big picture implications including measuring and defining performance and participat…
 
In this episode, Parm talks to Dr. Zajac and Dr. Ellis about their paper in the October 2021 issue of JNPT “Are Mobile Persons With Parkinson Disease Necessarily More Active?” Parm dives into the methods and results with Dr. Zajac. Then, she zooms out to talk about big picture implications including measuring and defining performance and participat…
 
Daniel speaks with the leader of his Young Onset Support Group, Barbara Mooney. Barbara is the American Parkinson's Disease Association's Georgia Chapter Coordinator. She brings her experience to highlight the importance of joining a support group. Topics that are covered include: 1. Determining some of the greatest struggles for those with Parkins…
 
In my clinical practice, I have the opportunity to discuss many caregiving related subjects with my patients and their caregivers. I hear many pervasive opinions on certain topics that many caregivers learn from misinformation on the internet, discussed in support groups, and other resources. These myths have the opportunity to sabotage the care of…
 
Dr. Jackie Judd Flack graduated from West Virginia School Of Osteopathic Medicine in 2007 after completing her undergraduate training at Bridgewater College in Virginia, majoring in Biology with a minor in Philosophy and Religion. Dr. Flack completed her residency training at the Shenandoah Valley Family Practice Residency Program through Virginia …
 
What is the role of genetics in Parkinson’s disease? From the impact of variants in the LRRK2 gene, to the need to expand PD research in diverse populations to aid the development of new medicines, this week’s guests, Dr Ignacio Mata and Dr James Beck, talk to Patrick about the history, and future, of precision medicine development in Parkinson’s d…
 
We've updated last year's Breast Cancer Awareness Month episode just for you! Listen as host Benyamin Cohen interviews Professor Beatrice Uziely, head of Hadassah’s Oncology ambulatory services unit and Dr Paluch-Shimon, director of the Breast Oncology Program. We'd added few updates from both doctors on breast cancer treatments and new details of …
 
Sue Hitzmann, MS, CST, NMT, is a nationally recognized neurofascial science & research educator, manual therapist, exercise physiologist, and founding member of the Fascia Research Society. She’s the founder and creator of The MELT Method, a simple self-care technique that Sue Hitzmann, MS, CST, NMT addresses the missing link to pain-free living – …
 
October 19, 2021 – So you want to apply as a caregiver and think it will be an easy job. Not so fast my friends. Being a professional caregiver has a steep learning curve. You may think because you cared for a loved one you have this down. There are many things you need to learn and the most important is that each person is different, and they are …
 
Until the ultimate goal of finding a cure for Parkinson’s disease (PD) is achieved, researchers are taking various approaches to developing a treatment that significantly slows its progression. Here, clinical science and basic science come together to understand the underlying biological mechanisms of PD and then using that knowledge to test medica…
 
Today, we have an interesting episode that focuses on products and services for older adults, and how they get made. Guiding us through the wild ride of entrepreneurship and product development is Jon Warner. Jon has been working in the ageing space for over 25 years, and this most recent phase of his career has focused on helping new companies dev…
 
Re-post of Thursday, October 14, 2021 show at 6:00 EST on Radioparkies.com. We had a fun and informative chat with John Lehr who is the CEO of the Parkinson's Foundation. John has nearly three decades of nonprofit fundraising and management experience, with a strong focus in the voluntary healthcare and medical research sectors. John played a key r…
 
In this week’s episode Patrick speaks to Director of the Big Data Institute at University of Oxford, Professor Cecilia Lindgren, about her biggest eureka moment, the power of collaboration and consortiums across academia and industry to grow genetic sample sizes and accelerate research, and the importance of best practice standards to enable geneti…
 
We are proud to present your August, 2021 issue of The Spelman Report: PhytoPharmacology Review. Beginning with our New Research Section this month (at 0:30), Dr. Spelman will present a study that looks at ozone as a therapy for COVID-19. Plus, (at 4:11) his Topic of the Day addresses various strategies for the management of depression with botanic…
 
October 12, 2021 – As a person moves through their journey with Alzheimer’s and other memory loss dementia, we need to re-evaluate their condition from time to time. This will help us to understand the cognitive impairment and loss of language, motor skills, reading, writing, spatial and other components of thought. Staying connected to this proces…
 
Today, we're talking about the two-way benefits of developing sustainable connections and bonds between older adults and children, and to help us explore this topic in detail we are joined by Greg Cronan from Intergenerational Learning Australia. We're sure most of you would have watched the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) show 'Old Peopl…
 
Join Nurse Rona in conversation with Frances Moore Lappé, author or coauthor of twenty books, including the three-million copy Diet for a Small Planet. Joining her will also be Anna Lappé, Co-founder with her mother of Small Planet Institute. She is a respected advocate for sustainability and justice along the food chain, and leader at the Real Foo…
 
On this episode of TWiM, using colicins to ferry DNA into cells through an iron transporter, and construction of highly efficient microbial fuel cells that produce more electrical current than previously observed. Links for this episode: Colicins used to ferry DNA into cells (mBio) Highly efficient microbial fuel cells (Science) Silver assists fuel…
 
RePost of Thursday 10/7/21 show at 6:00 EST on radioparkies.com we have Parkinson’s advocate Brian Reedy.Tune in and hear a heartfelt discussion about Grief and Parkinson’s, grief, and the loss of a loved one and much more. About Brian:Diagnosed 12 years ago, Brian is deeply involved as an ambassador for the Davis Phinney Foundation, with the Micha…
 
From a global pandemic, to political divisions and climate change, the past year and a half has been stressful. It’s no wonder so many of us are dealing with feelings of unease and even panic.—In fact, even prior to the pandemic, an estimated 90 percent of the population is affected by some degree of anxiety. For most of us, it would be difficult t…
 
GORUCK Selection finisher and Team Assessment winner Mark Jones joins me to talk about a new event series he’s putting on. Ruck:Fest will be hosting their first event in November, 2011 called Ruck:Beta. This Ruck:Beta event will contain three separate events called Ruck:Trail, Ruck:Games, and Ruck:Krew. We talk through these events and what Mark ho…
 
In this episode I talked about my thoughts on apathy are being a good and bad thing. I also debut my intro and my sponsor all in one episode and I update you on what's going on too Intro by Audrey Callahan. Podcast Sponsor JustQ Solutions --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trembling-emt/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tre…
 
October 5, 2021 – Delusions and false accusations are probably one the hardest symptom to deal with when a loved one has cognitive impairment and memory loss. It is very hard to walk away and not take the accusations personally. We intellectually know that the disease is the one causing these issues, not the person. If they were well they would nev…
 
How much do you know about your sense of smell? Do you still have it? What if there was a way to restore it? In this episode Judy and Travis interview doctors Hong Wang & Nancy Rawson, researchers from Monell Chemical Senses Center. Monell was the first center in the US dedicated to studying the senses of smell and taste. You can learn more about t…
 
Today, we're incredibly excited to be joined on the podcast by Paola Barbarino, the CEO of Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI). ADI are the global leaders of the Alzheimer's and Dementia awareness movement, representing over 100 national associations all the way to the highest stages of international co-operation - The United Nations and World …
 
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