For Patients

Here's a list of what you get when you jump on board to change your life with amino acid therapy:


1)  You will get all necessary medical lab testing that is used to determine your exact dosage for alleviation of all symptoms of Parkinson's.


2)  You will get all the doctor consults you need to help you through adjustment periods of getting your proper dosage of amino acids.  This means, you can call and consult any time

with the doctor about your concerns or questions--for an entire year in our program.


3)  You will be purchasing your nutritional products from our clinic, however you will get all your shipping for free.  No need to drive in to get your supplements.  You can order by phone, email or secured online and get them conveniently mailed right to your home.


4)  Most of all, you will get to change the course of your life with this scientifically proven therapy.  Eliminate the need for Parkinson's drugs that are known to cause serious side effects.  Feel like yourself again.



Reasons you may not be ready to start this program for your Parkinson's Disease.


1)  I don't believe in natural remedies.  I only want medical treatments that are part of "the establishment".


For what it's worth, Dr. Marty Hinz IS part of "the establishment".  No crazy muscle testing, wacko nutrition ideas here.  Just mainstream establishment medical neuroscience.  His work has been published in major medical journals.  He is playing by all "the establishments" rules.  This is perfect for people who only trust "the establishment".  And although, his protocols are all natural and not drug based, they do require doctor supervision to obtain optimal outcomes.


2)  I think this is too expensive.


The cost of this therapy for the first year is about the cost of a used car.  What is your life and future worth to you?  With or without Parkinson's disease, you will always be worth far more than a used car.  Give yourself permission to go for it.  As unbelievable as it may seem---Dr. Hinz has helped hundreds of Parkinson's patients eliminate their symptoms and STOP the progression of the disease.  We are happy to start you in the program through our clinic or you can connect with Dr. Hinz and ask for a clinic near you.  Either way, just know there really is help and it is ridiculously simple and effective. (by simple, I mean you just have to take pills and do urine testing)


3)  I went to Dr. Hinz's website (neuroscience  and it was hard for me to understand.  What's the layman's explanation for what he is doing?





My heart goes out to Parkinson's patients.  I know how devastating it feels to love someone who gets this diagnosis.  I also know how incredible it feels when the symptoms disappear and the progression of the disease stops!


Imagine how great you will feel getting your life back.

No more fear about the progression of your disease or lost future with those you really love.


It's really easy to get started.  Just click here to set up your first appointment and get on the road to a full recovery.

You can also call our office 317-585-9410 to set up an appointment.

 In order to give premium care, our clinic only takes 10 new Parkinson's patients per month.


Blessings and best of luck to you!


Dr. Annette Cargioli







*here's a few of Dr. Hinz's published scientific research papers:


1) Hinz, M. Stein, A. Uncini T.  Amino acid management of Parkinson disease:  A case study International Journal of General Medicine 2011:4 1-10

2) Hinz, M. Stein, A. Uncini T.  Monoamine depletion by reuptake inhibitors International Drug Healthcare and Patient Safety 2011:3 69-77

3) Hinz, M. Stein, A. Uncini T.  Relative nutritional deficiencies associated with centrally acting monoamines, International Journal of General Medicine 2012: 3

4) Hinz, M. Stein, A. Uncini T.  Urinary neurotransmitter testing: considerations of spot baseline norepinephrine and epinephrine Open Access Journal of Urology 2011: 3 19-24

5) Hinz, M. Stein, A. Uncini T.  Neurotransmitter testing of the urine; a comprehensive analysis. Open Access Journal of Urology 2010:2 177-183