Memorial Hermann Prevention and Recovery Center Offers Non-Invasive, Drug-Free Pain Relief

Pain Recovery Program Clinical Therapist James S. Flowers, Ph.D., L.P.C.-S. (left) and Obata Olaye, R.N. use Neurolumen therapy, a non-invasive, drug-free alternative for pain relief, as a component of the chemical dependency-based Pain Recovery Program at Memorial Hermann Prevention and Recovery Center. Memorial Hermann Prevention and Recovery Center (PaRC) now offers Neurolumen therapy, a non-invasive, drug-free alternative for pain relief, as a component of its chemical dependency-based Pain Recovery Program. Approved by the Food and Drug Administration, this pain treatment protocol delivers three modes of healing energy in the form of laser, light-emitting diode, and electro-stimulation. The Neurolumen device combines the restorative properties of biophotonic interaction with the therapeutic and analgesic properties of electrical stimulation. The resulting enhanced vascular circulation improves blood flow, which subsequently decreases swelling and often results in lower pain levels. “Many of our patients have found Neurolumen treatments to provide fast-acting pain relief,” said Pain Recovery Program Clinical Therapist James S. Flowers, Ph.D., L.P.C.-S. “This therapy is a good alternative to traditional pain medication because it offers similar results, but without the dangerous risks and side effects of opiates.” After she was injured at work, patient Billie K. endured five back surgeries to repair a slipped[…]






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In2town Press Release Talks To Tattoo Artist Jose Contreras

  1. What has been your vision now that you are an artist outside of your country? Do you feel any change?   Totally! Honestly, only travelling and going to conventions, arriving to another country, and meet new artists have taught me a lot of things. Things you do not learn watching on pictures on the web. This has been for me an important part of my evolution. Sharing with different artists has helped me a lot: from the way I see things when designing to getting better with my technique and follow a continuous improvement.     2. As an artist, do you think travelling or meet new frontiers are essential?   I believe strongly and I am sure that traveling is an important quality for any artist. I think from the moment you step another country your mind feeds from the architecture, language, culture… Moreover, people from that country and the places visited are source of inspiration. It is unbelievable how incredible everything turns differently after being in another country. This is something that opens new doors. This is definitely something important for me and for any person who wants to learn.   3. Do you think a[…]






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Teacher invents revolutionary Party Cannon game for his class!

  Goodbye Pinatas, Hello Party Cannon! The Party Cannon is the very first Personalized, Reusable, Launching Party Game that will make your next party a real blast. Rick Aguila, teacher and developer of the Party Cannon game has invented a new and innovative party game that will revolutionize the party industry. As a teacher and Children’s Ministry leader, Rick Aguila spends most of his days with kids. It was the kids who inspired Aguila to develop the party cannon. Aguila stated “It’s the only game where everyone is a winner guaranteed.” Pinata’s haven’t changed in over 50 years, they don’t dispense the prizes to all the participants and they cause injuries. The Party Cannon blows away the competition by Launching a cloud of prizes that rain on the players. Just hit the target and watch the prizes fly. It’s also instantly reusable for multiple rounds and multiple parties. You can also personalize it with themed posters and dry-erase board. The Party Cannon doesn’t require any additional equipment such as ladders, ropes or poles and you can take it anywhere, an empty field, the pool or even the beach. Rick Aguila host a local Young Inventors Club and he hopes to[…]






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Two Atheist Moms Launch SkepticKids: A New Clothing Company For Secular, Freethought, Atheist Families

  Two moms from the South have launched a new clothing for children, and are in the business to make a difference. The new clothing company called SkepticKids provides clothing that is aimed at Secular, Freethought, Atheist Families, with a clear message, ‘You Can Be Good without Believing in God.’      SkepticKids provides quality clothing for babies and children with the message that it’s okay to be a non-religious family. While none of the designs are explicitly “atheist”, they do convey a sense of comfort and relatability for other secular families or children who may not know that they’re not alone, even in the most conservative regions of the world.   These moms want to educate the children and families of today as well as the children of tomorrow that they can be good without God- and they’re putting their mission into action to share their purpose and message. Not only are they providing quality clothing for the non-religious and science enthusiasts, but they are also donating 10% of their profits to Foundation Beyond Belief.    Foundation Beyond Belief supports and helps the efforts of humanists who aim to improve the world and life for everyone, a cause that SkepticKids[…]






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