15 Oct Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia (HSP): The Rare Disease No One Talks About
Hereditary spastic paraplegia (HSP) is a rare genetic disease that impacts upon one’s neuronal firing capabilities. Most notably, this impact affects the individual’s walking gait, whilst also carrying over to other areas of their life like cognition, balance, digestion, and even other sensory impairment.
One of my clients by the name of Jason Jones woke up one morning with this disease taking over his body. Learn what that meant for him, how prevalent this disease is, and what Jason does (and other HSP individuals can do) to combat his new-found reality.
Ps. If you happen to suffer from this disease, let me know in the comments! Jason would love to connect with you.
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Part 1 – What is HSP? (0:59)
Part 2 – The Genetics of HSP (2:28)
Part 3 – Jason & HSP (4:53)
Part 4 – HSP Training (4:47)
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