Parkinsons Improvement Programme

Parkinsons Improvement Programme

Charity information

Parkinsons Improvement Programme

Exists to provide a tonic for people with Parkinson's which has been researched and developed by the charity. It can provide massive relief from some symptoms of Parkinson's immune to drug treatment.

Founded 2010

  • Mission statement

    Our mission is to enable wider use of the tonic by people with Parkinson's to such an extent as to save millions of pounds for the NHS each year. This will also provide relief from the distressing symptoms of Parkinson's for many years and for many people.
    An informal trial has been running for four years and this gives hope for massive improvement for a large number of people with Parkinson's.
    It is expected that wider use of this tonic will result in delayed decline and possibly even reversal of the decline usually experienced by sufferers.
    We intend to fund an NHS formal trial of the tonic in the next year and to this end we need to raise £250k.
    In the current climate of heavy cuts to the NHS this trial is difficult to fund from NHS resources hence this appeal.
    The tonic provides a cheap and effective treatment for Parkinson's for at least 25% of sufferers and mitigates the side effects of the standard prescribed drugs. It should be more widely available on prescription.
    Please help us to get to that stage. Thousands will be grateful.

  • Aims

    Parkinsons Improvement Programme aims to:

    • To achieve a formal clinical trial of the PIPmix tonic for people with Parkinson's.
  • Overview

    Established: July 2010

    Registered Charity Number: 1137081

    Board members: 3

    Volunteers: 1

    Phone number: 01772728820

    Address: 27 Newton Road Ashton PRESTON PR2 1DY

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