The Hinz Protocol
Parkinson’s disease care in a league of its own.

Welcome to Parkinsons Clinics

We specialize in a safe, effective and unique approach to Parkinson’s and Parkinson’s related conditions, including Young-Onset and Early-Onset PD.

This website discusses the findings that Parkinson’s disease symptoms can have two different causes:

1.) The brain damage that causes Parkinson’s disease
2.) Nutritional deficiencies whose symptoms are identical to Parkinson’s disease symptoms

It is the standard approach of medicine to address only the brain damage symptoms and ignore the nutritional deficiencies leaving the patient with suboptimal relief of symptoms. “The Baker Study” found on this website discusses symptoms of one of the nutritional deficiencies that are identical to Parkinson’s disease symptoms.

The pages of this website carefully document how drugs and nutrients can induce nutritional deficiencies with symptoms that are identical to Parkinson’s disease symptoms. There are 29 different causes of nutritional depletion that require attention to achieve optimal relief of symptoms.

The medical doctors that published these findings have published 22 peer-reviewed papers found on the National Institute of Health website. Six of the 22 papers document original research findings relating to Parkinson’s disease. No one person wrote the six Parkinson’s disease papers. For these papers to be published required, seven medical doctor authors, eighteen medical doctor peer-reviewers and two editors-in-chief, twenty-seven highly skilled and highly trained people had to approve of the contents before publication.

Parkinson’s is a progressive neurodegenerative disease. As the progression of brain neuron damage occurs, the disease gets worse. If we can catch the disease in the early stages, when enough dopamine neurons remain, restoration of functions with balanced amino acid precursors can occur. Please note, when Parkinson’s progresses to late stages, there are too many dopamine neurons in the brain that are permanently damaged. No amount of amino acids or drugs will be able to restore proper function. Those with advanced disease are not candidates for this approach.

Make no mistake - this program is not easy it requires discipline and dedication to your health and your life but, the results could be amazing. So before you start, ask yourself "Is it worth it for me to go through the weeks required to have a better life?”

In partnership, with commitment and perseverance on your part and our expertise, results can be stunning, and you can get your life back.

For more information on our approach to Parkinson’s disease care, contact us today

Parkinson’s disease care in a league of its own.

This video documents the 2015 and 2016 treatment failures of a 43-year-old female to the most effective standard medical treatment available. The video then documents the 2017 results obtained by doctors trained in this approach. Many people have reported tears coming to their eyes while watching this video.

The results speak for themselves. Most patients have full potential to achieve similar results.

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For more information on our approach to Parkinson’s disease send an email to or call 218-626-2220. After you send your email, we may ask for more information. All communications will be kept confidential. If you have any questions, please call us free of charge.

If not cared for properly, everyone gets worse.
Our licensed medical doctors and other licensed caregivers provide care in the patient’s home with medical regulation compliant telemedicine. When the primary care physician is involved, there is enhancement of your health care. The American Medical Association has taken the following position relating to telemedicine (computer-based care in the home) for Parkinson’s disease. The AMA notes, "Using web-based video conferencing to provide specialty care at home is feasible, provides patients value, and may offer similar clinical benefit to in-person care."
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