311 Uhlmann Road Burpengary 4505 QLD
+61 413 317 789
Open hours: Monday-Friday 9am - 2pm

Parkinson's Disease Treatment

Find out more about Parkinson's Disease Treatment, symptoms, causes and more below.
All rigidity autoimmune patients (PD, MS, MSA, COPD, IBS, Diabetes etc) have neck problems and excessive CSF pressure!

What is Parkinson’s Disease

Doctors and neurologists still seem to believe themselves, that lack of the hormone “dopamine” due to atrophy (death), of the dopamine-producing cells in the Substantia Nigra in the brain, is the cause of Parkinson symptoms. Above all, medical journals from several countries offer researched proof that this is not so and that there are other ways to provide effective Parkinson’s Disease Treatment.

New Search Results

The reason they still believe this outdated cause, is because they are far too busy to keep up with new research results. I believe this problem is stopping patients from getting the right treatment and advice they need. In my eBook “Parkinson’s Disease The Greatest Medical Blunder” you will find many medical journals listed for you to look up. This eBook will help you understand why your symptoms developed and will offer you a proven alternative treatment, that is extremely effective. The proof is my many “before” and “after” patient success videos.

If you are disappointed because the healthcare system offers you “nothing” in the way of hope, you need to read my article on “Patient Loss Of Hope and Enthusiasm”.

Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s symptoms are not caused by a disease so to say, but instead by muscular-skeletal abnormalities that begin in the neck and cause swelling of the medulla spinalis (brain stem), excessive cerebrospinal fluid pressure (Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus) and this was documented by Dr. James Parkinson way back in 1817.​

Parkinson’s signs and symptoms may include:

  • Tremor. A tremor or the feeling of shaking usually begins in a limb, most often your hands or fingers and occurs during resting or movement.
  • Slowed movement. Over time, Parkinson's disease may slow your movement, making even the simplest of tasks difficult and time-consuming.
  • Hard to Write. It may become hard to write, and your writing may appear small or not as it usually does.
  • Impaired posture and balance. Your posture may become slouched, or you may have problems balancing as a result of Parkinson's disease.
  • Loss of automatic movements. You may have a decreased ability to perform movements unconsciously, including smiling, blinking or even swinging your arms as you walk.
  • Rigid muscles. Stiffness of muscles may occur in any part of your body and can be painful and limit your range of motion.
  • Speech changes. You may speak quickly, softly, slur or hesitate before talking. Your speech may be more of a monotone rather then a switch of tonalities to match your mood.

The Primary Cause For Symptoms of PD

(1) Ongoing stress causes excessive amounts of the muscle rigidity hormone “Noradrenaline” to be released from the Pons (Locus Coeruleus) at the top of the neck (in the brain stem), due to neck problems starting with a C1 subluxation causing brain stem swelling, which is why all rigidity patients have a sore neck.

(2) Encouraging a poor posture to exist for many years, due to bad habits in a career.

(3) A physical accident injuring the spine, are the main reasons for undue pressure being placed on the spinal cord or nerves exiting the spine, to stimulate the development of Parkinson’s type symptoms.

What Causes PD

Spinal Supportive Muscle Tension

The actual cause for variations in symptom severity for Parkinson’s disease, MS, and other such rigidity disorders, is the variations in tension levels of the spinal supportive muscles. This is caused by patients experiencing variations in stress levels, quality of sleep, good or bad breathing activity during sleep, and the amount of unhappiness or depression patients experience from day to day. Similarly, the more tension (rigidity) a patient develops in spinal supportive muscles, particularly in neck, hip and lower back muscles, the more the spine will be pulled off-centre to be distorted to squash nerves going to symptom-affected body areas.

Excess Neck Tension

This excess tension in the trapezius and sternocleidomastoid muscles is the cause of neck pain, because of subluxations at the C1 & C2 vertebra, loss of cervical lordosis and degenerative cervical discs, which are very common in Parkinson’s disease. This is an area of education that falls well short in medical, chiropractic and naturopathic schools due to the lack of understanding by medical doctors and neurologists. Above all, this connection between muscular-skeletal abnormalities and PD/MS type symptoms is the reason patients are wrongly told that the symptoms they have, are incurable.

Parkinson's Disease Symptoms

How to Overcome PD

To overcome Parkinson’s Disease & other rigidity autoimmune disorders, practitioners must help patients in ways not yet taught in medical, Chiropractic & Naturopathic Colleges.

If you do the research you will soon discover the only patients who are receiving effective treatment for Parkinson’s disease are the patients who are putting in their own effort at home, to complement the work done by their natural practitioners. However, Keep in mind that diet, exercise, acupuncture, supplements “& normal chiropractic adjustments & massage“ are nowhere near effective enough to give patients long-term remission… Particularly if symptoms have been established for longer than 2 years.

Furthermore these modalities do not cater for helping patients who have lost their enthusiasm for living and enjoying life, do not cater for Absorption Of Nutrient obtained from foods consumed in a patient’s diet. Similarly this also does not cater for Negative Muscle Memory, and Excess Cerebrospinal Fluid Pressure (CSFP) In Parkinson’s, which causes Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH) & Chiari Malformations. Because most medical and natural practitioners don’t know the significance of these subjects in contrast with the onset of Parkinson’s disease, MS and other Rigidity Disorders, consequently they are not included in basic accreditation training, when they should be.

Normal Chiropractic Doesn't Give Any Long-term Improvement.

In recent times (from April 2018) I discovered, it’s imperative that the spine is monitored & put back in alignment regularly, but if you use the normal chiropractic approach with a chiropractic visit every day, after 4 days or so, it will cause pain & possibly even nerve damage.

Parkinson’s Disease is a Chiropractic Disorder, Not a Medical Disease.

The only patients who reach remission over Parkinson’s symptoms are the ones who have all their stress-provoked hormonal, nerve, muscular-skeletal abnormalities corrected, & the only way to do this is to find a chiropractor who works side-by-side with a BA 10 Natural Autoimmune Practitioner.

Regular Chiropractic Adjustments are Not Effective long-term.

Many PD, MS, COPD patients become disappointed when they have repeated chiropractic adjustments without feeling any real long-term success. — There are many reasons for this disappointment and unless you find and correct those many reasons, you will not achieve any significant degree of remission.

Success Story

My next client “Louise” went through this experience, but after much confusion, her neurologist finally decided that she had Parkinson’s disease, but he also said, he was not totally sure. Here is Louise’s success video:

Case Study

Watch The Video Below and Hear Medical Surgeon Dr. Antonio Pineda Say, Lack Of Dopamine Due To Atrophy Of The Substantia Nigra Does Not Cause Symptoms Of Parkinson’s Disease, After i put him in remission after just 5 days!

Send me an Email

Contact Details

311 Uhlmann Road, Burpengary 4505 QLD

Opening Hours

Open hours: Monday-Friday 9am – 2pm


0413 317 789