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Parkinson's Disease Education Podcast

Dr. Michael Hyland, DPT, CEEAA, CFPS

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Have you ever wished there was a source of information about Parkinson's Disease, and resources for persons with PD, that were concise and easy to digest? Look no further than the Parkinson's Disease Education Podcast. In this podcast we attempt to demystify the disease and to empower you to reach your true potential as a person with PD.
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No Silver Bullet is a group started by PwP for PwP, their carers, & PD Professionals, all of the firm belief that there is so much more that a PwP can do than just pop meds! We all get a different version of PD to deal with & as they say, "There is no one silver bullet to cure all!" So we hope by sharing expert’s research with you that something mentioned will help you! Please share this content VERY IMPORTANT MESSAGE:- Please be aware, we are not Doctors, Neurologists or PD Professionals, s ...
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A series of Podcasts featuring industry experts: Professor Bas Bloem & Professor Werner Poewe - ‘Reflections on Parkinson’s Disease' podcast, brought to you by Oruen. In this cutting edge series, we will discuss the many miracles, mysteries and myths surrounding Parkinson's Disease. For further information please visit www.oruen.com
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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.
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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.
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In this episode, we take a closer look at glutathione and its potential role as a supplement in the treatment of Parkinson's Disease. Glutathione or GSH is an anti-oxidant, as with several supplements we have discussed on the podcast. But how effective is Glutathione for Parkinson's patients? We discuss the research and more. Resources: https://www…
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We had the pleasure of interviewing Dr Michael Okun on the topic of "Practical strategies for living a happier life with Parkinson's". Dr Okun is a worldwide recognised leader on Parkinson’s disease, is the distinguished Professor of Neurology and Director of the Norman Fixel Institute for Neurological Diseases at the University of Florida Health. …
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In this episode, we take a closer look at creatine and its potential role as a supplement in the treatment of Parkinson's Disease. Creatine, commonly known for its use in sports and bodybuilding, has shown promise in recent studies as a neuro-protective agent. But how effective is it for Parkinson's patients? Be sure to watch on YouTube for en enha…
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In this episode (video here on YouTube), we explore the potential of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), also known as Ubiquinone, in the treatment of Parkinson's disease symptoms. CoQ10, a naturally occurring compound found in every cell of the body, plays a crucial role in mitochondrial function and energy production. Research suggests that individuals with Pa…
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We were delighted to host Dr Michelle Sexton who presented on the topic of "How can medical cannabis help people with Parkinson's" and here is the recording of the event. About the speaker:- Dr. Sexton is an integrative medicine specialist and respected pioneer in the field of medical cannabis. She has over thirty years of experience as a midwife, …
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In this episode (watch on YouTube here), we delve into the powerful connection between the ketogenic diet, supplements, and their role in healing sick mitochondria, as well as their potential to treat Parkinson's disease. As mentioned in the previous video, mitochondria are often referred to as the "powerhouse of the cell", responsible for producin…
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*For the BEST visual experience, I highly suggest watching this podcast episode on YouTube here.* In this episode I do my best to break down and to simplify the cellular processes that result in abnormal aggregation of the protein alpha-synuclein in the nerve cells that produce #dopamine and how this leads to most of, if not all of, the problems ca…
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In part 7 of the PD Medications, Purposes, and Mechanisms #miniseries we will be learning about Levodopa and Carbidopa/Levodopa as the Gold Standard medication for increasing levels of #dopamine that are needed to function and to keep movement symptoms (and non-movement systems) at bay. Here is the video version. Keep scrolling down to access the l…
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We were delighted to host Prof Christine Klein who talked to us about "The importance of genetics in finding a cure for Parkinson's". It was a really interesting presentation and followed by a very good Q&A with excellent questions from you our audience, so thank you. It is now a very worthwhile Podcast and video (on our YouTube Channel https://www…
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In part 6 of the PD Medications, Purposes, and Mechanisms #miniseries you will learn how Dopamine Agonists help to boost the levels of #dopamine needed to manage symptoms and to function as a PwP. Keep scrolling down to access the link to the Parkinson's Foundation page about Dopamine Agonists. Join this channel to get access to member's only conte…
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Part four of the PD Medications, Purposes, and Mechanisms #miniseries is here! If you have never heard of anticholinergics before then you will know them quite well after this episode. Resting #tremors are among the most debilitating symptoms of PD and these medications can possibly help with that, though you may discover some of the side effects m…
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We are excited to share our latest interview with you all, in which Dr Raul Martinez- Fernandez explains the therapy of Focused Ultrasound, a therapy that offers appropriate candidates with an alternative to the more intrusive DBS. It is of course not a replacement for DBS, simply an alternative offering a solution for those with differing symptoms…
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OK, it's time for part THREE of our PD Medications, Purposes, and Mechanisms #miniseries! In part three you will learn about Adenosine A2A Antagonists and how they can help in management of the symptoms of PD. Keep scrolling down to access the link to the Parkinson's Foundation page about Adenosine A2A Antagonists. The video version of this episode…
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As our #miniseries continues we will be talking about MAO-B inhibitors. In part two of PD, Purposes, and Mechanisms you will discover what MAO-B inhibitors are, how the mechanisms aids in treating the symptoms of PD, and examples of various MAO-B inhibitors. You can watch the episode on YouTube HERE. Keep scrolling down to access the link to the Pa…
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We are delighted to host Dr. Simon Stott again in what is becoming our regular start to the year's presentations. And what better way than to hear Dr. Stott's main PD research takeaways from 2023 and research results he will be looking for in 2024. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Dr. Stott's work, Dr Stott is the Director of Research at Cu…
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I love a good #miniseries! In this first installment of PD, Purposes, and Mechanisms (2.0) you will discover what COMT inhibitors are, namely what is COMT and why it needs to be inhibited. How does this help in managing and treating Parkinson's? What is an example of a COMT inhibitor? That's what this episode is all about. Keep scrolling down to ac…
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In this episode I had the pleasure of sitting down with Dr. George Ackerman who started the movement Together for Sharon to honor his late mother Sharon Riff Ackerman, who succumbed to complications from Parkinson's Disease and Alzheimer's Disease on January 1, 2020. George is a tireless #advocate for those who suffer with PD and their families and…
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I had the distinct pleasure of speaking with PwP and Certified Life Coach Mariam Bennouna. You will discover how she turned her Parkinson's diagnosis into a passion for helping others to learn to live with the disease, particularly those who have Young Onset Parkinson's Disease. Video version is here To sign up for a free consultation and to get in…
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In our second installment of this interview, you will discover how Frank has Embraced Parkinson's disease in terms of what supplements have worked best for him, the impact of stress management on PD symptoms, his top three tips on dealing with PD, and how to access the audiobook. Frank Antonicelli is a PwP diagnosed in 2007 and has co-authored a bo…
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In this first installment I sit down with PwP and author Frank Antonicelli and discuss his journey with PD diagnosis, meeting his MDS, and his life-changing experience of having DBS surgery in 2019. He has lived with PD since diagnosis in 2007 and has co-authored a book with his MDS Dr. Joe Green entitled "Embracing Parkinson's - A Personal Account…
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Light Therapy is an area of great interest and hope for PwP worldwide, as shown by the viewing numbers for our 3 previous NSB4PD sessions over the last 48 months. Here in this interview with Dr Wayne Markman, CEO of SYMBYX, we explore how photobiomodulation devices directly address the gut, vagus nerve and brain. SYMBYX's mission is to develop medi…
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In this episode (video version is here) you will find out the potential impact of the protein that you eat and how that can interfere with absorption of your levodopa. Also, how you time medications around meals is crucial, regardless of how much protein you consume. To read more about this topic you can reference this article at the Davis K. Phinn…
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Annelien and Richelle delve into a topic that is often overlooked, but holds great importance for them as female Parkinson's Disease (PD) advocates. They shed light on how Parkinson's impacts a woman's life, focusing on the various hormonal stages and how they can affect symptoms and the effectiveness of medication. They bring attention to the chal…
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Several weeks ago I sat down with friend of the channel Ian Robertson, who is a person with PD diagnosed for the last 11 years. In part 3, we discuss more about freezing, whether or not one should disclose their PD diagnosis to others, and the "4 Ps" of practice/movement/exercise. The video version is here: https://youtu.be/4hTQM2j6pIs Please be su…
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Several weeks ago I sat down with friend of the channel Ian Robertson, who is a person with PD diagnosed for the last 11 years. In part 2, we discuss how to improve turns while walking and performing activities of daily living (ADLs) and how Ian breaks out of freezing episodes (and what might trigger them for him). The video version is here: https:…
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In this episode I sat down with friend of the channel Ian Robertson. He is a person with PD and has been on the channel in the last few months. In part 1, we discuss off times and whether or not it is a good idea to exercise when wearing off and also in training both sides of the body to move at their best. For access to the full, raw, unedited ver…
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Some of the most promising disease modifying therapies being developed at the moment are based on drug repurposing (eg Exenatide/Ambroxol), making this webinar essential for anyone suffering from Parkinson's or caring for someone suffering from Parkinson's. Dr Lorraine Kalia shares with us her expertise and brings us up to date with the latest news…
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What do temperature regulation and Parkinson's Disease have in common? They are both HOT topics!! In all seriousness, temperature dysregulation can be a big problem for PwP and is no joking matter. Be sure to watch/listen to the entire episode to get practical tips on coping with this issue. Be sure to check out Comfort Linen on David's channel Lif…
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In this episode you will learn about PD related fatigue and possible ways to deal with this often debilitating non-motor symptom. If you want to watch the video version please click here. Join our memberships to get an even more personalized experience: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0g3abv8hkaqZbGD8y1dfYQ/join Medical Disclaimer: All informatio…
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In this episode we continue conversation shared between myself and David Gebhart of the @LifewithParkinsons channel. In part 2 you will hear about David's experience with #exercise in managing Parkinson's, as well as the importance of community and his work to establish a #community on #youtube, plus the *worst* experience that he has had as a PWP …
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In this episode we share a conversation between myself and David Gebhart of the @LifewithParkinsons channel. In part 1 you will hear about David's journey from brushing off symptoms that together pointing to PD to official diagnosis. He also shares his experience living with Mild Cognitive Impairment and "off times." Click here to watch the video v…
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We are delighted to welcome back the CEO and Founder of Charconeurotech to tell us more about the CUE1 device to help with Parkinson's symptoms Charco Neurotech, the company behind CUE1, was founded by CEO Lucy Jung and named after Professor Charcot, who discovered the therapeutic effects of vibratory stimulation on Parkinson's in the 19th century.…
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The majority of persons with PD are over the age of 65, but does that make it a disease of old age. I'll tell you what's getting long in the tooth... this myth! Listen or watch this video today to learn the actual statistics of Parkinson's and age ranges that are existing today. Here is the full-length video recording of Episode #6 of PD Myth Bust …
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Medication is really important for persons with PD, but is it the only option for relief from symptoms? That's the topic of our next myth! Here is a video recording of Episode #5 of PD Myth Bust 2023 on the Parkinson's Disease Eduction YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/ci4EzVCcUB4 Please support this podcast and our endeavors by becoming a co-produ…
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Apparently, some folks still believe that DBS is experimental treatment. Really?? Let's put this one to bed! Here is a video recording of Episode #4 of PD Myth Bust 2023 on the Parkinson's Disease Eduction YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/x-568zYdMTc Please support this podcast and our endeavors by becoming a co-producer of the show! Sign up as a …
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Some people see Parkinson's Disease as a death sentence, but is it really? The truth is when first diagnosed, most folks don't really know what they don't know... you know? Here is a video recording of Episode #3 of PD Myth Bust 2023 on the Parkinson's Disease Eduction YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/A7X9xvZ7amY Please support this podcast and ou…
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Some people believe that Parkinson's Disease is ONLY a movement disorder and does not have an impact on other body systems. Boy is that the furtherst thing from the truth. Today we continue round 2 of the PD Myth Bust series. As with last week's episode there is a video recording of Episode #2 of PD Myth Bust 2023 and that can be found here: https:…
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Dr. Peter Tass from Stanford Medical School talks to us about “The Parkinson's glove & Vibrotactile fingertip stimulation to ease Parkinson’s symptoms”. A very very interesting device currently being trialed in the USA, with huge potential to dramatically improve the lives of many with PD About the Speaker:- Peter Tass studied medicine (MD, Ulm and…
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What do you think? Do ALL persons with Parkinson's have tremors? It's round 2 of the PD Myth Bust series. This is not a repeat of last year's recordings, this is a new recording, but this time there is video to go with the audio if you would prefer that! Episode #1 of PD Myth Bust 2023 comes from our Parkinson's Disease Education Podcast on YouTube…
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If you want to know where to start in addressing your PD symptoms then this is the place and the video to start with. Dr. Mischley gives us a roadmap to what successful people do, linking topics that many of our previous world-leading speakers have spoken to us about before. Much of the session focuses on The Parkinson Symptom Tracker (PRO-PD App) …
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This week we are dicussing the Gold Standard medication for PD treatment and that is Levodopa. You can find more details here Please support this podcast and our endeavors by becoming a co-producer of the show! Sign up as a Patreon supporter here at https://www.patreon.com/pdwarriors Also, you can leave a one time tip in our virtual tip jar at: htt…
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This week we are dicussing Adenosine A2A Antagonists. You can find more details here Please support this podcast and our endeavors by becoming a co-producer of the show! Sign up as a Patreon supporter here at https://www.patreon.com/pdwarriors Also, you can leave a one time tip in our virtual tip jar at: https://paypal.me/hylandptw Don't forget abo…
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This week we are dicussing MAO-B Inhibitors. You can find more details here Please support this podcast and our endeavors by becoming a co-producer of the show! Sign up as a Patreon supporter here at https://www.patreon.com/pdwarriors Also, you can leave a one time tip in our virtual tip jar at: https://paypal.me/hylandptw Don't forget about our Yo…
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Have you been more forgetful lately? Confused? Hallucinating?? Have you had dry mouth associated with your PD medications? It's not just YOU! This week we are discussing Anticholinergic medications. You can find more details here Please be sure to check out the Aware in Care Kit from Parkinson's Foundation. It could be a true gamechanger in the eve…
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Medications shouldn't be a bitter pill to swallow. That's why we are continuing this mini series discussing Amantadine. You can find more details here Please be sure to check out the Aware in Care Kit from Parkinson's Foundation. It could be a true gamechanger in the event of a hospitalization, even an elective one. We discussed in this episode of …
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We are all becoming very aware of the huge benefits of exercise with PD but where do you start and what do you need to do? Julie Jones is a very experienced physiotherapist with a specialist interest in Parkinson’s and so is perfectly qualified to guide PwP to get more active and feel the benefits of exercise. This is an excellent and natural follo…
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Time for our first interview of 2023! Mr. Ian Robertson, a gentleman with PD, was gracious enough to have this conversation with me about his use of vision and visual focus during exercise to enhance movement when he exercises. This is an awesome concept and I was grateful to be able to discuss with him and get his permission to share with you! Ple…
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Medications can be a hard pill to swallow (I know, I said that last week, but when you're on a roll...) and that's why these episodes are short and easy to digest. This week we discuss Dopamine Agonists. You can find more details here Please be sure to check out these podcasts and/or videos referenced in this episode with regard to side effects and…
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Medications can be a hot topic for persons living with PD, so we wanted to do our best to unpack this topic, one episode at a time, so that its, um, well... easier to swallow. I'm sorry I couldn't resist. :-D This week we highlight COMT Inhibitors. You can find more details here. Please support this podcast and our endeavors by becoming a co-produc…
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We are delighted to bring you Dr. Rick Helmich on the topic of "Managing stress with Parkinson's" Dr. Rick Helmich was recommended to us by Prof Bas Bloem, who considers Rick to be the leading authority in this field. Rick will be discussing stress (both acute and chronic) and the effect that this has on people with Parkinson's disease. Rick's pass…
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