Dr Tutera currently is treating early-onset Parkinson’s patients who are experiencing significant improvements in their condition. One of the Baehr Challenge participants, Rick James, who first visited Dr. Tutera in late summer of 2012, was recently featured on the local Phoenix ABC affiliate and on Fox National News. We have included links below, to videos of Rick summarizing the changes he has faced in his life:
Please follow this link to hear and read more of this incredible testimony first hand:
Recently, Dr. Tutera’s work with Parkinson’s patients has been recognized by news media outlets across the country; including, a recent interview of Dr. Tutera and Mr. James by a national radio health reporter that was aired in various regions across the U.S.
Separately, a full page article was written about Dr. Tutera and Mr. James in the April issue of Mountainside Fitness Gyms Magazine; this magazine is distributed nationwide throughout the gyms. Their managing editor, Ann McSherry, interviewed Dr. Tutera for this special issue which was dedicated to “Parkinson’s Awareness Month.” Click on the picture below to read:
Dr. Tutera has dedicated 30 years of his medical career to studying the science behind SottoPelle Therapy, specifically, how the lack of hormones affects the body. Currently, the results of SottoPelle Therapy’s Parkinson’s patients’ show that the progression of worsening symptoms are kept at bay, and the need for medicine decreased.
Patients are able to work out more steadily and consistently with more endurance, better balance and coordination; stating that their quality of life has greatly improved. Dr. Tutera believes, that through his work on how hormones affect the body, and SottoPelle Therapy specifically, that it is only a matter of time until further research is conducted to examine all the possible benefits of SottoPelle Therapy.
SottoPelle Therapy uses all natural biologically identical testosterone and estradiol pellets. Our mission statement is Safe and Effective. The use of biologically identical, non-synthetic, testosterone and estradiol is safe, and the use of pellets as the delivery method provides is effective. The delivery method of pellets allows for the continual release of the hormone – the key to improving brain and muscle function. Other delivery methods result in sporadic, or a “roller coaster,” effect in the delivery and release of hormones within the body. These methods include pills, patches, injectables, and creams. Literature shows that the use of pellets and all natural testosterone carries less risk compared to synthetic testosterone.
If you are low in testosterone, testosterone can be of benefit as it helps with muscle function and decrease stiffness, as well as helping one to be more mobile. It can also help one increase their exercise that helps build levodopa in the brain. Additional benefits of testosterone are: helping build muscle, improved bone density, less fatigue more energy, improved mental acuity, focus and concentration.
In Post Graduate OB/GYN and Endocrine News both site that Estrogen increases dopamine activity and decreases inflammation and promotes the production of neurotransmitters and neuronal cell growth. Testosterone has the similar effect in men and the two hormones combined in women markeedly accelerates dopamine activity in the brain which is what is lacking in Parkinson’s patients.