Welcome! You made it to my Website.

It’s been quite a journey to this point. I hope to continue meeting the most excellent people, learning about life & having some fun.

Yes, I live with Parkinson’s every day, there are challenges, but I won’t let that define me. For a long time I suspected there was something wrong with me – with symptoms going back to 2013, including rigid and slow movement, poor balance, depression, occasional tremors in my right hand and my calf muscles had more spasms than Terry Crews with his shirt off.

I remained undiagnosed until 2016. Mainly due to the fact that I was considered too young and most symptoms were masked by a previous injury. Luckily I saw a Physiotherapist, who suggested I see a Neurologist and that’s when the journey to Puck Farkinson’s began.

I would be the biggest liar if I said that my only objective was to raise money and awareness for Parkinson’s SA… (of course, I think it’s a great cause!)… Between the darkness and the light, the stillness and the dancing, there’s a lot of space. I’m very grateful and humble for the support given so far and I look forward to making and keeping, some very good friends.

 

Michael Wiseman
(aka Mike, Mikey, Finnegan, Wisey, Dad)