Hope For Parkinson’s Disease, North GA

Betty was told she had Parkinson’s Disease 15 years ago. That is when she began taking the medication the doctors prescribed. The first time I saw her she was very shaky and was unable to walk without help. When she did walk, she was unable to step over a threshold or a curb in the road. She would either find some way of going around it or just stop.

Her and her husband knew they had to try something different. What she was doing, ‘just wasn’t working’. They has to try a different approach. They wanted to see if they could get her off the drugs and try a natural approach. She wasn’t sleeping and or eating and her system was just breaking down. Her and her husband knew they had to try something different. What she was doing, ‘just wasn’t working’.

Then 5 weeks ago she came into our office in a wheel chair and in pretty rough shape. Right away we got her to sleep through the night. Then we worked on her broken pelvis. That is why she wasn’t walking. This video is week 6. She can now walk without assistance.

Now, she says, ‘she wants to dance’. What remains to be done is correct a hair fracture in her left arm, get her weight back up and get her to begin some exercises. It all takes some time, but Better now has the hope that it is possible. She wanted to share her story because we find many people with Parkinson’s have lost hope. If you would like to regain that hope, call or make an appointment a the Winner Wellness Center in Gainesville, GA