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Tagged: Parkinson’s disease

Come fly with me

13Nov

I do actually talk quite a lot. You would never guess though would you? I mean, I’ve been almost Trappist in my approach to this blog and I am actually quite ashamed tbh because I really like talkhealth and now … Continue reading

  

How to make care coordination work

19Aug

Danny Lieberman, founder of Pathcare, talks about how to help doctors and patients coordination care with simple, easy-to-use commodity digital tools that can be provided on the Internet as a service. Leaving in the Middle East, our experience has been that … Continue reading

  

Does she take sugar?

1Aug

I seem to find it hard to keep this blog on a regular basis but I hope you find the posts, when they come, are worth a quick run through at least. One of the reasons I don’t post very … Continue reading

  

Improve the patient-physician relationship with 4 simple tools.

11Jul

Danny Lieberman – the founder of Pathcare, the private social network for a physician and his patients, talks about how to improve the effectiveness of  the patient-physician relationship with 4 simple tools. Walter had struggled with pain on his side … Continue reading

  

Checking in?

14Jun

or checking out? to be honest, I have had a bit of an up and down time recently manfully trying to deal with the impact of PD on my life, work, family…everything basically. This may be a surprise given i … Continue reading

  

Silence

27May

I’ve been mighty quiet recently. Very unlike me, I’m afraid. Times have been tough over at Stitch Towers, a major contributor to which has been a long lasting bout of insomnia. This is common amoung Parkinson’s patients but it doesn’t … Continue reading

  

On the other hand…

27Apr

Well, just before you think it’s going to be all doom and gloom here at Stitch Towers, I thought I’d count my blessings and try to think about 10 Good Things that have arisen due to my PD diagnosis. If Martha … Continue reading

  

Creep

18Apr

Parkinson’s is a funny old thing. It creeps up on you without you really noticing. Apparently, by the time you realise there’s something up, most of the dopamine producing cells have died or are distinctly doddery. It’s all too late … Continue reading

  

Boho or beige??

15Apr

Let’s continue with decorating my new pad here at talkhealth. Don’t worry I won’t exhaust the metaphor – we won’t be picking out coasters together. But I would like to set the tone, the style. My persona. And then we … Continue reading

  

Here I am…

13Apr

Here I am, in an empty, white room. I haven’t put the curtains up, rolled out the rugs or shuffled my comfy chair in – a new space for me to make into a home. Soon snippets and threads will be all … Continue reading

  

Science shows a jog a day keeps the doctor away

13Oct

Exercise could be used to prevent or even treat a whole range of physical and mental health conditions, according to research revealed by eminent scientists at a London conference today. The findings of scientific research were presented to a packed … Continue reading