Parkinson’s Disease-Video on line now!

Posted on April 3, 2012. Filed under: Parkinson's Disease |

Tune in on the blog radio show. Join me tomorrow at 3PM PST

I will be discussing Balance-Based Torso-Weighting Technology and this video.

This patient was in between diagnoses of Parkinson’s Disease and Spino Cerebellar ataxia. The medication for Parkinson’s disease was not helping her. With in twenty minutes I diagnosed the directional balance problems and strategically weighted her. She received a Balance-Based Torso-Weighting evaluation and the BalanceWear OW200 orthotic. Weights were placed strategically to control her balance problems. I will be discussing our current research in Parkinson’s Disease as well as Multiple Sclerosis.

This is a live talk show. I have so much to tell you.. Hopefully I can address some of your questions as well!

Here’s to your health.



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2 Responses to “Parkinson’s Disease-Video on line now!”

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Would you consider preparing a video that Parkinson’s patients like me can get the video to local therapists–in lieu of relying on comunication skills of people who have trouble getting a few words out?

I walk a lot in the hills near my home and fall a lot..Your vests were made with me in mind!

Hi George,
You can refer the therapist or doctor to our YouTube site. Go to
On the right hand side toward the bottom click on YouTube. This will take you to 12 videos at this time. Only one is for Parkinson’s Disease thus far. You may be able to download from there. However, please introduce the clinican to the website so they can learn about the research as well as upcoming classes.

We will be adding new information to both YouTube and the website in the next month. Please keep up. Sorry to hear you are falling a lot. Be careful:-)

All the best,


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