Parkinson's is a disease that attacks the nervous system. Tremors are one of the basic characteristics of the disease and it has many symptoms that suggest an autoimmune component. Years ago, we looked at the chemistries and decided that the imbalances were very similar to Multiple Sclerosis and other autoimmune disorders, so it should respond with a similar treatment. Mercury, as one of the toxic dental materials seems to be at the center of the issue, so why not try?
It was true that all the chemistries were out of balance where the imbalances were anticipated and the treatment was similar to other dentally stimulated diseases. It had one drawback. The chemistries responded as they should have, the only problem was that the patient did not respond. There was a little improvement, but nothing that would be considered substantial or worthwhile.
After a few years of few tries and no successes, we noted that Lou Gehrigs's disease began to respond to dental alteration and that there were similarities between the diseases. In trying the alterations that had made Lou Gehrig's disease respond, we saw improvement in Parkinson's. What was the key?
Keep in mind that the mercury "key" to Parkinson's and Lou Gehrig's disease is not the only thing that was used. Nutrition, lifestyle modifications, body disciplines, IV procedures to protect the patient during dental revision, detoxification, yes, the whole nine yards as the saying goes. In addition, the key that made it work seemed to be the cavitation. Cavitations contain chemicals that alter acetylcholinesterase, an enzyme necessary for nerve muscle activity. Perhaps this chemical is critical in the scenario of nerve interference Parkinson's disease. There was certainly a difference in patients who had total dental revision with cavitation cleaning and those who did not have the cavitation procedures performed.
If Parkinson's is another dental disease from the causative aspects, then there is a possibility that it should be removed from the incurable list. One might even consider prevention by not having reactive dental substances placed in people who have a genetic predisposition for neurological problems.