I do hope and pray that it is simple Parkinsons. Parkinson disease however varies from mild to severe, even fatal too. My grandfather had it and primarily all it did was make his foot shake and hand would tremble. He had it for years and his brother had almost identical symptoms. Keep exercising and don't hesitate to get a second opinion at any point. My CPA just retired and she is only 55, her symptoms are unsteady standing, walking is fine and she was diagnosed with Essential tremors...later a second doctor diagnosed the Parkinsons. However, she still mows her own yard but does tire quickly.
I'm sorry for this news, and I don't want to let this opportunity to pass to express my respect for and appreciation of your knowledge, professionalism and the values you've demonstrate on this forum for all these years. I look forward to your continued participation many more years to come, subject to your own well being.
Bob - very sorry to read this news - but thank you for sharing. You have many friends here who I’m sure would regret not being able to tell you that you’re very much appreciated. We’ve been hanging around this joint coming up 17 years (2002) now and throughout those years you’ve made remarkable contributions to the Appraisal world. Thank you - Best wishes to you and your family.
I am so sorry. I would try to quote you sophisticated scriptures from the bible but your way too sophisticated. You have been precious on the forum. If you don't know Jesus, find him. He will help you and your family. I pray you have a precious wife or helpers.