I had not said so because I was not sure that I could come up with it, but about a year ago Anne Frobert sent me a manuscript by a PWP describing his own extensive experiments in this same area. It is an excellent manuscript of 23 pages.
A sample quote:
"The neuromodulator seems to help people with Parkinson’s disease in 2 fundamentally different manners. The first is by stimulating neurotransmitter production; the second by reactivating neural conduction throughout the Proprioception System. This section will define a procedure for reactivating the Proprioception System by stimulating nerves in the Asian Medicine meridians. There is an increasing body of evidence to show that Parkinson’s symptoms are often greatly reduced through use of this procedure. A patent has been approved to protect the rights to use this procedure."
"Care should be taken when increasing the intensity levels to vary the bias control slowly until there is a sensation of muscles cramping. When this occurs one should decrease the bias level until the muscles relax, then increase the bias level again. Repeat this process until the muscle no longer cramps. As the neural pathways begin to conduct there is often a sudden jerking and release of tension in the associated muscles.
When the intensity level is at a maximum tolerable (but not painful) level, the modulator should be left at that level for approximately 10 minutes for the body to adapt to the newly conducting nerves. After this period, one usually finds that the modulator will cause a low level stimulation at a much lower intensity level. This is proof that progress has been made. Often significant neurological improvement will be seen in a few hours after treatment is finished."
Unfortunately, the author did not sign his work and I have no idea who he is. If anyone knows anything more. please let me know.