Considering the success of the Gloves and the CEU1 which is finding great results with theory of Neuro-modulation. Not really a new idea. Basically Dr.Charcot was working on these concepts in 1860. But my concern is if indeed is the golden ticket to non pharmaceutical treatment will the greed of the drug companies lobby against these devices. With all respect to terminal diseases. They how "right to try". Why do victims of PD to not have that "right to try?"There is also theories that show treating PD with changing the gut composition with actual " fecal transplant" which sounds odd but again it's used for C-Diff outbreaks. There are many "outside the box" research that is showing promise. But with trials only able to have 20-30 participants. This will be a very slow process within our country?
(USA) and then it very difficult for other nations to penetrate the Hoops of our FDA and drug companies. As in the journey of the CEU 1. I admire these folks who have enough brilliance to develop their own device. I can't believe that anyone who suffers from this horrible disease or is watching their loved one dealing with devastating condition would never put profit over a cure or golden ticket treatment. So perhaps we need someone in our political arena to get the ball rolling.
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FDA is entitled to get involved if it is labeled as a medical device, but for devices that deliver vibration, consider this which is currently for sale at Amazon without FDA approval:
"viraball Physiotherapy Vibration Therapy Ball - Physical Therapy for Hand Tremor Reduction (Parkinson) with Rechargeable Battery – Hands Tremor Reduce & Stress Relief Vibrating Therapy Ball"
It is helpful for temporarily reducing tremor, but I am skeptical any such device will be disease modifying.
Yes sir: But have listen all of Dr Peter Tess on you tube and are you following his Twitter? It's some really amazing information.
I went to Amazon and got several pages of vibration devices. Most advertising help for trigger points. I tried acupuncture for my arm tremor but never found it to help.