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Best Parkinsons Disease podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Parkinsons Disease podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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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-my-parkinso/support
 
Our program is about Alzheimer’s disease and the many other disorders that can cause dementia. There are over 5 million Americans who currently struggle with Alzheimer’s disease alone, some of whom are in their 40s and 50s. Others struggle with vascular dementia, Lewy body disorder, frontotemporal dementia, Parkinson’s disease, and other conditions. This program brings together nationally recognized experts from many professional fields relevant to the dementias in order to provide current i ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
As the country's largest Parkinson's grassroots organization, American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) aims to Ease the Burden for the more than one million Americans with Parkinson's disease and their families through a nationwide network of Chapters, Information and Referral Centers, and support groups. APDA pursues its efforts to Find the Cure by funding Centers for Advanced Research and awarding grants to fund the most promising research toward discovering the cause(s) and finding t ...
 
JNNP's ambition is to publish the most ground-breaking and cutting-edge research from around the world. Encompassing the entire genre of neurological sciences, our focus is on the common disorders (stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, peripheral neuropathy, subarachnoid haemorrhage and neuropsychiatry), but with a keen interest in the Gordian knots that present themselves in the field, such as ALS. * The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content o ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
Let's take a deep dive into all things herbal with some of the best teachers in the field of plant medicine, wild foods, botany and health accessibility. You'll hear class recordings from conferences, narrated plant monographs, books, and blog posts, interviews, event updates and so much more. Have an idea for an episode? Want to share information about your school or event? Interested in sponsoring the podcast? Let me know!
 
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 ...
 
Karl Sterling is 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 such as Parkinson’s disease, MSA (Multiple System Atrophy), MS, Charcot-Marie-Tooth, Alzheimer’s, Epilepsy, Autism, and more.Karl travels extensively throughout the Un ...
 
Genepod is the podcast from the journal Genetics in Medicine, produced in association with Nature Publishing Group. Join us as we delve into the latest research in medical genetics and genomics, featuring highlighted content from this leading journal.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
The Neurology podcast is introduced by Editor-in-Chief Robert A. Gross, MD, PhD, who discusses several highlighted articles in the current issue of Neurology®. The podcast regularly features content from Neurology® Clinical Practice, Neurology® Genetics, and Neurology® Neuroimmunology & Neuroinflammation. Opening segments include interviews with authors who summarize a current article and discuss the main findings and clinical implications for neurologists. It concludes with the Lesson of th ...
 
Science... it permeates everyday life. Yet the understanding of advances in biomedical science is limited at best. Few people make the connection that biomedical science is medicine and that biomedical scientists are working today for the medicine of tomorrow. Our weekly five-hundred word newspaper column and two-minute radio show provide insights into a broad range of biomedical science topics. Medical Discovery News is dedicated to explaining discoveries in biomedical research and their pr ...
 
Winnipeg's #1 way to wake up! Philly, Joe and Kirby bring their own point of view on the biggest stories of the day. Two Winnipeg boys – Phil Aubrey, a family guy with two young boys and a love for the city's sports teams. Joe Aiello, the “almost mayor” knows everyone. Just try walking down a street with him. Kirby, she keeps them on their toes – a tireless worker for the community and charity plus a love for cats and binge watching the latest new series out there.
 
Research Perch is a podcast designed to help you learn how to use massage therapy research in your practice. Each episode digs into a specific article from the International Journal of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and unpacks it so you know how it applies to you. Grow your massage therapy practice and serve your clients better with the power of research!
 
This platform is designed to speak to those who value living a full and magnificent life. Your host Lynda Griparic is a naturopath, nutritionist and yoga teacher with an avid and sometimes awkward interest in all things digestive health, especially bowel movements and the intelligent communication systems that exist in the body. Love and Guts explores all things mind-set, brain health, digestive health, pooping patterns, connection, communication and so much more. It's content may challenge ...
 
Are you searching for great stories to ignite your curiosity, teach you to perform better in life and career, inspire your mind, and make you laugh along the way? In this science podcast, Dr. Marie McNeely introduces you to the brilliant researchers behind the latest scientific discoveries. Join us as they share their greatest failures, most staggering successes, candid career advice, and what drives them forward in life and science. Our website with show notes]] Greetings science fans! We’r ...
 
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 ...
 
Hello and welcome to the Zero to Finals podcast. My name is Dr Thomas Watchman. I am a trainee GP in the UK and I love creating educational material for medical students. This podcast is designed to be a time efficient revision tool to help you study for your medical exams. Each podcast leads on from the next and each season tackles a different are of medicine. The podcast supplements the material available on the www.zerotofinals.com website, in the Zero to Finals books and on the Zero to F ...
 
This hour-long weekly radio show airs 6 p.m. Sundays on NewsTalk 930 (AM) KLUP in the Greater San Antonio region. Hosted by nationally recognized gerontologist Carol Zernial and veteran broadcaster Ron Aaron, and featuring author/psychologist Dr. James Huysman PsyD, LCSW, Caregiver SOS On Air explores issues important to you.
 
A Cleveland Clinic podcast for medical professionals exploring the latest research discoveries and clinical advances in the fields of neurology and neurosurgery. Learn how the landscape for treating conditions of the brain, spine and nervous system is changing from our host, Alex Rae-Grant, MD and guest experts from Cleveland Clinic’s Neurological Institute.
 
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In this episode I cover Parkinson's disease. If you want to follow along with written notes on Parkinson's disease go to https://zerotofinals.com/medicine/neurology/parkinsons/ or the neurology section in the Zero to Finals medicine book. This episode covers pathophysiology, presentation, investigations, diagnosis and management of Parkinson's dise…
 
Some cultural observers have posited that we're moving from an information economy to a reputation economy. There's so much information to sort through, that figuring out which bits to pay attention to has come to increasingly rely on what we think of the person delivering them. We privilege the messenger over the message. But how exactly do we dec…
 
Today's episode of The Qualys is from podcast #14 – Robert Lustig, M.D., M.S.L.: fructose, processed food, NAFLD, and changing the food system. The Qualys is a subscriber-exclusive podcast, released Tuesday through Friday, and published exclusively on our private, subscriber-only podcast feed. Qualys is short-hand for “qualifying round,” which are …
 
In this episode I cover myasthenia gravis. If you want to follow along with written notes on myasthenia gravis go to https://zerotofinals.com/medicine/neurology/myastheniagravis/ or the neurology section in the Zero to Finals medicine book. This episode covers pathophysiology, presentation, diagnosis and management of myasthenia gravis. The audio i…
 
The literature of Jack London has long been given the short shrift by scholars. They say he wrote some good dog stories for boys, but beyond that didn't showcase any literary genius or high-level craftsmanship. Well, my guest today begs to differ with this assessment. His name is Earle Labor. He's the preeminent Jack London scholar and 91 years you…
 
In the first segment, Dr. Jason Crowell talks with Dr. Daniel Hartung about his qualitative study on drug prices for MS. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. David Lapides talks with Dr. Jesse Mez about the duration of American football play and chronic traumatic encephalopathy. You can read Dr. Mez’s paper in the Annals of Neurology: https://onl…
 
In this episode, Ryan Holiday, author of Stillness is the Key, shares the profound impact that stoic philosophy has had on his personal life and his career as a successful writer. Ryan stresses the importance of stillness in a modern world set up to encourage the opposite and lays out the best strategies to develop stillness in your life. He also e…
 
Dr. Simon Sponberg is Dunn Family Professor and Assistant Professor in the School of Physics and the School of Biological Sciences, as well as Adjunct Assistant Professor in Biomedical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). Through his research, Simon is interested in understanding how the brain works with muscles to mak…
 
#137 Dr. Sherri Tenpenny is respected as one of the most knowledgeable and outspoken physicians regarding the negative impact vaccines can have on health. Dr Tenpenny has invested tens of thousands of hours over nearly 20 years researching problems associated with vaccines. In addition to vaccines, Dr Tenpenny is an expert on many topics within the…
 
In this episode I cover Huntington’s chorea. If you want to follow along with written notes on Huntington’s chorea go to https://zerotofinals.com/medicine/neurology/huntingtonschorea/ or the neurology section in the Zero to Finals medicine book. This episode covers pathophysiology, presentation, diagnosis and management of Huntington’s chorea. The …
 
Today's episode of The Qualys is from podcast #28 – Mark and Chris Bell: steroids, powerlifting, addiction, diet, training, helping others, documentaries, and living your best life. The Qualys is a subscriber-exclusive podcast, released Tuesday through Friday, and published exclusively on our private, subscriber-only podcast feed. Qualys is short-h…
 
Have you been feeling doubts about your career recently, or perhaps for quite some time? Maybe you're not sure if you're in the right job, or even in the right field, and you can't figure out if you should try to keep making your current position work, or jump ship to something else. Then you'll likely recognize yourself in the stages of career tra…
 
In this podcast episode Sam Coffman RH (AHG) and Kyla Helm, MD. discuss the integration of Functional Medicine and Clinical Herbalism. They talk about systems biology, learning through case studies, and how the two worlds of functional medicine and botanical medicine overlap. You’ll also hear about their course - Botanical Functional Medicine. Lear…
 
In this episode of When Life Gives You Parkinson’s, I talk with filmmaker Zack Grant, the driving force behind the Parkinson’s documentary, “Shake with Me.” The thirty-minute film was originally intended to document how Parkinson’s impacted and inspired Zack’s mom, Debra Magid, to return to her fine art roots and begin to paint bold, colorful, big-…
 
Listen in as we discuss free downloadable MTF eBook, "Instructors’ Guide to Teaching Research." Host Doug Nelson, LMT, BCTMB welcomes educator and eBook collaborator Brent Jackson, M.Ed., BS, LMT, and new instructor Jordan Meyer, LMT, from the Blue Sky School of Professional Massage & Therapeutic Bodywork in Grafton, Wisconsin, to talk through how …
 
In this episode I cover brain tumours. If you want to follow along with written notes on brain tumours go to https://zerotofinals.com/medicine/neurology/braintumours/ or the neurology section in the Zero to Finals medicine book. This episode covers pathophysiology, presentation, types, diagnosis and management of brain tumours. The audio in the epi…
 
In the first segment, Dr. Jeffrey Ratliff talks with Dr. Charles Bernick about his paper on longitudinal change in regional brain volumes with exposure to repetitive head impacts. In the second part of the podcast, Dr. Teshamae Monteith talks with Dr. Amy Gelfand about infant colic and episodic syndromes. Disclosures can be found at Neurology.org. …
 
Every day, we have to make choices on whether we can trust someone or not. If we make the wrong choice, it could mean a failed relationship or business partnership and all the emotional and financial costs that follow. My guest today has spent his career sizing people up in high stakes situations. His name is Robin Dreeke, he spent two decades work…
 
In this “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode, Peter answers a wide range of fasting-specific questions from subscribers. Peter starts by defining the various fasting protocols, details his own personal fasting regimen, explains his revised plan for 2020, and provides a ton of value to anyone interested in fasting. Once again, Bob Kaplan, Peter's head of…
 
Dr. Kristen Lani Rasmussen is Assistant Professor in the Department of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University. Research in Kristen’s lab focuses on studying extreme events, particularly weather events such as heavy rainfall, thunderstorms, hail storms, and other events that have a big impact on humans and society. She is interested in exa…
 
Betty Boop is having a horrid secondary headache! Dear Listeners, A headache is considered secondary when it is related to an underlying medical condition. About 10% of patients presenting with headache are suffering from a secondary cause. Dr. Kevin’s approach to secondary headaches is anatomical in nature. Moving from the outside in, he suggests …
 
#136 Alyssa Tait is both a physiotherapist and a nutritionist. After doing postgraduate studies in pelvic floor as a physiotherapist, she returned to university with the drive to get even better and faster results for her patients by incorporating nutrition. Two nutrition/naturopathy qualifications later, she is still incorporating more tools to he…
 
In this episode I cover facial nerve palsy. If you want to follow along with written notes on facial nerve palsy go to https://zerotofinals.com/medicine/neurology/facialnervepalsy/ or the neurology section in the Zero to Finals medicine book. This episode covers pathophysiology, presentation, types, diagnosis and management of facial nerve palsy. W…
 
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