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Benefits of Exercise & Parkinson’s

In my last blog post I talked about Running and the various issues I have had continuing to run with Parkinson’s. I have been belligerent and carried on exercising and running, as I think its a great stress buster and probably good for my…

February 9, 2020

Run Forest Run….

In my other blog post I talked about how I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s due to difficulty running. This was due to rigidity in my shoulder, that was initially only apparent when I ran. And it made the whole experience of running far less…

December 20, 2019

Conny’s Story

Since going public with Parkinson’s, I have met and spoken to lots of people that have the disease. Some are at the start of their journey and beginning to learn all about Parkinson’s and what it will allow them to continue doing (or not…

November 27, 2019

“Going Public” : What Happened?

At some time or another all people that suffer from Parkinson’s will have to tell their loved ones, friends and colleagues about their diagnosis and disease. Owing to the stigma and misunderstanding that society has of this illness, most people wait until they can’t…

November 8, 2019

Route to Diagnosis

Summer 2017 The day I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s, in the summer of 2017, was one of the worst days of my life. Having left the doctors practice, I sat with my wife of six months, in a garden square in central London, and…

September 23, 2019