It Doesn’t Hover!
Sure it looks like fun, but watch the videos and you might be playing with a potential fire hazard, a product that is sending many to the emergency room, and a powder keg of possible problems. I totally believe that taking a calculated risk now and then keeps life exciting. If you are going to take any kind of risk, make sure that you have looked at all the angles! If the choice is to ride the incorrectly named “hoverboard”, at least put on a helmet, padding, ride on a semi-soft surface, and try to be prepared to fall, rather than expect to immediately master it.
If you have Parkinson’s disease and treasure the faculties that you have, this device, in the current state, may not be the right choice for you. If you desire the ER or an unexpected doctor visit, then spin the wheel, but I’ll wait for another more reliable iteration of these products. I prefer a less risky, less self-com-busting, more stable device that admits that it does not hover (it rolls). Here’s wishing you and yours a very Happy New Year and I will see you right here in 2016!
Posted on December 31, 2015, in Comedy, Education, Education & Support, Health, Parkinson's Disease, Philosophy, Wellness and tagged a soft voice in a noisy world, blog, book, brain surgery, cure, DBS, deep brain stimulation, Disease, doctor, global, Happy New Year!, Health, hoverboard, illness, It Doesn't Hover!, Karl Robb, media, medicine, Parkinson's, Parkinson's Disease, patient, stress, support, wellness. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.