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Glenn Norris and his wife, Jo Anne Alexander, are taking Glenn’s Parkinson’s diagnosis and meeting life head-on

Norris uses medicine, exercises and involvement to help him battle the disease that has brought with it visual and auditory hallucinations as well as tremors. · Patty Miller | The Edmond Sun, published on 8/28/18 · A well-known illness can manifest itself unexpectedly through hallucinations, both visual and auditory. The non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease Psychosis (PDP), a surprising…

Theracycle CEO, Peter Blumenthal Featured in Chief Executive Magazine

Theracycle CEO On Finding A Niche Market With Parkinson’s Patients · Gabriel Perna | chiefexecutive.net · Sometimes people will tell you they got into their line of work “by accident,” but in Peter Blumenthal’s case, he really did end up as the CEO of Theracycle by accident. Blumenthal had recently sold his New England-based chain of frame stores, the…

What would you pay to keep your Parkinson’s in check? What would you pay for more mobility and energy?

After dealing with some growing tremors in my right hand over a period of time, I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s about five years ago (I’m 75). I have been very active all my life and have run multiple marathons, but Parkinson’s was making my running difficult. I was unwilling to accept all the negativity surrounding…

James Gets Results

In 2010 James was told that he had a neurodegenerative disease, the same daunting news that so many of our customers  have had to come to terms with in their lives. He was also in a common position of being in control of the disease but just not fit in general. So he purchased a…

April Is Around The Corner: The Parkinsons Unity Walk In Parkinsons Awareness Month

Theracycle is by design proactive, giving the customer a positive tool in the fight against  the physical and mental challenges caused by neurodegenerative disorders. This is why the people at Theracycle love April. It is the time of year that sheds the winter blues, ushers in the renewal of spring and, in the spirit of positive productivity…

Midwest Young Onset Parkinson Conference

While Parkinson’s disease most commonly hits patients later in life, it also impacts younger people. For that group of people and their families, Team Theracycle would like you to know about an Ohio event upcoming in mid-November 2012: The Midwest Young Onset Parkinson Conference. Our friend, Julie Sacks, Director, of the APDA National Young Onset Center in Winfield,…

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