Ugh. The alarm. It's morning already? I'm still here. And right on cue, so are the tremors. Deep breath. One. Two. Three. I just wish it wasn't so hard to get out of bed. To drink my coffee. Eat my breakfast. Get dressed. Go to work. Go anywhere. It just takes so much. How does Clive do it? How does Darryn? How do they keep working in their workshops? Craig's out in Wyoming, not really near anything except the things he loves, but he’s doing what he wants, too, and still getting relief. Sara goes fishing and hiking. Elizabeth exercises and does yoga. How do any of 'em? I know Clive's Infinity deep brain stimulation helps manage his Parkinson's symptoms. It helps Darryn too, and he's so young with his Parkinson's. Helps Craig too. Sara's been in a lot of chronic pain but her Proclaim XR spinal cord stimulation system lets her get out there. Elizabeth was in pain too. And her Proclaim DRG system opened the door for her. And what's great is, when they need it, they don't even have to leave the house to get adjustments for their treatment. That NeuroSphere Virtual Clinic is a real saver — time, effort, energy. As long as they have WiFi or cellular connection, they’re there without leaving the house. What do they call it? A digital prescription for pain and movement disorders. That's what connected care should be. But I sometimes can barely get out of bed. How do they do it? How can I? How can't I? I'm going to talk to my doctor. That tech could be just what I need. And this just might be the wakeup call I needed. What a morning. This is the day. Deep breath. I'm still here. Tremors? Maybe not soon. And when I'm feeling better, I’m going anywhere I want. But first, I'm making this trip to the kitchen. Mmmmm, this coffee is good. Now let's get to work.