Tuesday 9 July 2024

White House Confirms Biden Has Been Evaluated By Doctor Who Specializes In Parkinson’s Disease

 White House physician Dr. Kevin C. O’Connor confirmed in a letter on Monday night that the Parkinson’s disease expert who has visited the White House at least eight times over the last year has evaluated President Joe Biden during each of his physical exams.

The letter comes after the New York Post reported over the weekend about the visits that neurologist Kevin Cannard — who is described as an “authority” on Parkinson’s disease — has made to the White House.

O’Connor, who is close to the Biden family and was a one-time business associate of Biden’s brother, claimed in the letter that Cannard, who has donated thousands of dollars to Biden’s campaign, “has held regular Neurology Clinics at the White House Medical Clinic in support of the thousands of active-duty members assigned in support of White House operations.”

“Many military personnel experience neurological issues related to their service, and Dr. Cannard regularly visits the WHMU as part of this General Neurology practice,” O’Connor claimed.

O’Connor said that Cannard was the neurology specialist who evaluated Biden during each of his three physical exams as president.

He also claimed that Biden has not seen any other neurologists outside of his annual physical. which would be nearly impossible to verify since there are no visitor logs of who the president sees while he visits Camp David or one of his two homes in Delaware. Biden has spent more than 352 days at either Camp David or in Delaware during his first term in office, according to counts that are several months old.

O’Connor included the write-up of Biden’s alleged neurological state from the evaluation he received from Cannard during his most recent physical exam.

“An extremely detailed neurologic exam was again reassuring in that there were no findings which would be consistent with any cerebellar or other central neurological disorder, such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s or ascending lateral sclerosis, nor are there any signs of cervical myelopathy,” the report claimed. “This exam did again support a finding of peripheral neuropathy in both feet. No motor weakness was detected. He exhibits no tremor, either at rest or with activity. He demonstrates excellent fine motor dexterity. But a subtle difference in heat/cold sensation could be elicited as it was last year. This heat/cold sensation deficit was detected a couple of inches higher on his ankle/calf this year, which is not unexpected. There may; in fact, be day to day subjective variation of these findings, as during last year’s exam, this area of sensation deficit was actually found to be smaller than the year before.”

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