Many people affected by Parkinson's find it not only very difficult to escape from the downward spiral of their minds and bodies, but also from the narrative of hopeless "neurodegenerative disease" they were given at diagnosis, as re-enforced by the media.
So in this article I have collected together a number of resources and case studies which demonstrate unequivocally that inevitable decline is simply not true and that there is always the possibility of hope. These then are the stories of our fellow travelers who've already escaped from both Parkinsonism and the falsehoods of the medical diagnosis narratives, or are helping others to do so.
Reboot and Rejoice
First is Bianca Molle's book on how she recovered using relaxing movement exercises and meditation techniques - and how she helps people with Parkinson's to recover.
Bianca can be found in the "Parkinson's Healing" Facebook Group, where recovering and recovered people freely share their stories and help each other progress. The leading light of the group is Paul Davis, who I wrote about in my article
Another book, which we covered in more detail in our review article
details how Alex uses a combination of music and dance while addressing mental and emotional wellbeing to start people on the road to recovery.
John Coleman recovered 100% when he was 52. He now provides a 12 point plan which mirrors our own journey of self-discovery which we're documenting here. John's site is:
The important work of Janice Walton-Hadlock is not to be missed. While framed in Eastern medicine, the new scientific realizations she provides are very interesting. She has written hundreds of pages on these subjects and helped countless people with Parkinsonism's back to wellness. Her website is
from which you can download her free full length books, which should be seen as simply indispensable for anyone affected by Parkinson's. Highly recommended are:
which gives the shocking facts about Parkinson's medicines and
which gives a whole new perspective, back by research and evidence.
Richard London is not only living drug free from Parkinson's - and reports further improvements as time progresses - but also beat cancer. He uses diet, positive thinking techniques and martial arts to maintain his health and has lived well without Parkinson's drugs over the years. Richard was the subject of my article
and his website can be found at
Colin Potter also recovered fully and he lives drug free through addressing diet and environment factors. His website can be found at
John Pepper has also recovered and is living free from drugs now. His story can be found in a book and on his website
While not a full recovery method by itself, Dr Greg Willis of the Bronowki Institute has developed light therapy to minimize symptoms, reduce drug burden and maintain this stably over years. You can find out more about Dr Willis' work in our articles
or discover light therapy at
Correcting posturaland muscular-skeletal problems has worked for some, including addressing jaw misalignment and I will report fully on the TMJ approach in a separate article, but please do check out
A radio blog "Parkinson's Recovery Online Radio" by Robert Rodgers PhD contains 230 interviews on helpful topics from people recovering, recovered or helping others to recover. Check out the latest episodes at
There is also our own book series which charts my own journey, based on the learnings from the above resource library, on my road to recovery, which is backed by the full and frank evidence of our video diary documentaries. I've included these books in our download list below: