“Overdosed” Documentary Screening in Clearwater Brings Human Scale to Drug Crisis

Kimmie Lynn Markwood (center) answers questions from the audience as ‘Overdosed’ director Mary Sue Connolly (left) and producer (right) look on. ‘Overdosed’ chronicles the effect that the opioid drug crisis had on three small communities in West Virginia.

'Overdosed' is a story of a small town, but thousands of towns across the country fell victim to the same fate. It's a small-town-story that hints at the bigger picture.”

— Mary Sue Connolly, Director of "Overdosed"

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, US, February 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The opioid crisis was in the hearts and minds of the 100 people who attended a special screening of the documentary “Overdosed” on February 9th at Clearwater’s Fort Harrison. The documentary is a tour-de-force by director Mary Sue Connolly, which looks behind the startling figures of opioid abuse in West Virginia and the root causes of the crisis.

“I lost my beloved nephew to an overdose,” said Mary Sue Connolly, the director of the film. “This loss awakened me to an immense problem across the country and I was determined to find out what gave rise to this deadly scourge. As I said to my sister at the time; ‘I will keep walking over the hot coals of West Virginia until I find out what happened to Paul.’”

At the same time, Kammie Lynn Markwood, (who is featured in ‘Overdosed’), was experiencing the scourge first-hand. After suffering from addiction and turning to dealing, it was her own near-death by overdose that showed her she needed to change her life and re-make her community.

“Before the pill mills arrived, West Virginia was warm summer nights, bonfires, fishing, camping, ATV riding, lots of dirt and laughter,” said Markwood. “We were a hardworking, fun loving, happy group of people. But now, this is not the place I grew up. This is not the place I once loved – I stay because I have so much family here – including siblings, nieces, a nephew, and cousins – who can’t leave. Since I can't move them, I am determined to do everything in my power to give them a better, safer future.”

Markwood has since founded West Virginians for Change and is helping addicts get into rehab. Both Markword and Connolly first ran into resistance, but this did not stop them from moving forward.

“Making the film was a risky endeavor,” said Connolly. “We found ourselves in compromising situations, but there was never even a flicker of doubt about what we had to do. Overdosed is a story of a small town, but thousands of towns across the country fell victim to the same fate. It's a small-town-story that hints at the bigger picture.”

After screening the film, Connolly and Markwood joined their executive producer for a Q and A about the making of the film. One question was how will others be able to see the film?

Connolly and the film’s producers will continue to make the film festival circuit with ‘Overdosed’ and will then distribute the film on other channels. Residents in Pinellas County will be able to see the film at 4:00 on March 31st at Blur in downtown Dunedin, as a special presentation by the Dunedin International Film Festival.

The February 9th Screening was sponsored by the Concerned Businessmen’s Association of Tampa Bay, Consumer Energy Solutions, and MGE Management Experts.

The Fort Harrison is the international religious retreat for the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization.

“We were very proud to show this film,” said Lisa Mansell, the Public Affairs Director for the Church. “Humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard wrote, ‘Research has demonstrated that the single most destructive element present in our current culture is drugs,’ and we see evidence of this every day. Educating others on this issue is something that we can do to help."

To learn more about future screenings of ‘Overdosed’, or to schedule a screening in your area, please go to https://www.overdosedfilm.com/.


Since completing construction in 1926, the Fort Harrison has been the home to many events for charitable organizations. The latest owner, the Church of Scientology, completed a top to bottom restoration of the Fort Harrison in 2009, and since then has hosted over 400 community events there. Scientology is an applied religious philosophy, founded by L. Ron Hubbard. The Church makes its facilities available to non-profit groups as a service to the community.

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Les Schwab Amphitheater Receives All At Once Sustainability Award

On the heels of several 2019 season concert announcements, the Bend Oregon music venue highlights national award from Jack Johnson

Several years ago, we started a program called the ‘Take Note Initiative’ that was designed as a formal program for reducing waste and making the amphitheater a more environmentally friendly venue”

— Marney Smith

BEND, OR, USA, February 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Les Schwab Amphitheater was chosen to receive the All At Once Sustainability Award for Jack Johnson's 2017-18 All the Light Above It Too World Tour. The award acknowledged only three venues in the United States that excel in waste reduction and sustainability. The Bend, Oregon venue received the award due to the implementation of several waste reduction measures and initiatives to boost energy conservation as part of its ongoing practices.

"Several years ago, we started a program called the ‘Take Note Initiative’ that was designed as a formal program for reducing waste and making the amphitheater a more environmentally friendly venue," said Marney Smith, director for Les Schwab Amphitheater. "Each season, we expand the program to accomplish our sustainability goals. We are honored to be recognized for this work, as we believe incorporating sustainability wherever possible is vital to creating a better community."

Les Schwab Amphitheater's Take Note Initiative has several features that earned it the All at Once Sustainability Award, including:

•Use of reusable and compostable cups for alcohol purchases, including compostable glasses, plates, and utensils at all food vendors
•Elimination of single-use plastic bottles
•Installation of an on-site water filtration station for filling reusable vessels
•Recycling, waste and compost management services with a goal of zero waste

In a written statement, Jack Johnson said, "I’m grateful to these venues, festivals and promoters for showing real leadership in the movement to green the music industry. You are thinking outside the box to make concerts more sustainable, which also offers a better experience to the fans. We are exploring ways to promote reusables and wipe out disposable plastics and I loved looking out at the crowds each night and seeing so many people using reusable cups. I am proud of the All At Once Sustainability award winners for your commitment to reduce single-use plastic and for leading by example."

All At Once is Jack Johnson’s social action network where like-minded individuals can make a positive change in the local and world community: connect with non-profit groups, take environmental action and receive rewards. All At Once promotes Sustainable Local Food Systems and Plastic Free Initiatives. http://www.allatonce.org/

Already in 2019, Les Schwab Amphitheater has recently announced several upcoming shows for the season with more to come. Announced shows include: Jason Isbell and Father John Misty (June 9); Rebelution (June 23); Ziggy Marley and Michael Franti (June 27); Avett Brothers (August 13); Josh Groban (August 20); and Gary Clark Jr (September 14). Stay up to date at www.bendconcerts.com

About the Les Schwab Amphitheater
The Les Schwab Amphitheater is Central Oregon’s premier music venue, providing a beautiful outdoor riverfront space for concerts, festivals, sporting events and more. Opened in the historic Old Mill District in 2002, the Amphitheater was named in honor of a remarkable Central Oregonian, Leslie Schwab. The venue accommodates approximately 8,000 patrons for some of the biggest names in entertainment, the Bend Brewfest in August and other community events. www.bendconcerts.com


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Exhibit by Aberson presents Brandon Reese| New Work Opening Thursday Feburary 21 | 6 until 8 PM

This is an exhibition image from Exhibit by Aberson featuring the ceramic artwork of Brandon Reese.  Several large scale sculptures and paintings are in view in a white room with tall ceilings.

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Exhibit by Aberson opens a new selection of work from ceramic artist Brandon Reese, Thursday February 21, from 6 until 8 PM

TULSA, OK, USA, February 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Exhibit by Aberson is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by artist, Brandon Reese. The show opens Thursday, November 8th from 6 until 8 PM at Exhibit by Aberson located at 3524B S Peoria Avenue, Tulsa OK 74105.

Originally from Manhattan, Kansas, Brandon Reese received his BFA in sculpture from the Kansas City Art Institute where he became proficient in bronze, cast iron, steel, wood and ceramics. While in Kansas City, he apprenticed with Jim Leedy until pursuing a graduate degree specializing in ceramics at Bowling Green State University. There, Reese had the privilege of working with master ceramicist, Jun Kaneko, whose large scale pieces can be seen all over the world, including a public exhibition which lined Park Avenue in Manhattan in 2008. Reese’s talents did not go unnoticed as he worked with noteworthy artists like Kaneko, Don Reitz and Peter Voulkos so early in his career. While at Bowling Green, he focused on salt and wood firing for creating unusual and varied surfaces on each sculpture. His focus on experimentation and varying techniques relates to his belief that the best part of life is the process, “My art wears the fingerprints, cuts, dents and other texturing as a roadmap and documentation of its creation.”

Reese works primarily with stoneware and porcelain. His most recent pieces combine salt glazed stoneware and reclaimed native wood. Reese’s work is predominantly known for its organic, familiar forms created in a variety of methods and at such large scales that the pieces push the traditional boundaries of ceramic art. When confronted with one of his textural monolithic structures, it is impossible to avoid the architectural associations that the forms bring about.

Reese works as an assistant professor in Oklahoma State University’s ceramics department. In addition to teaching, Reese regularly exhibits his large-scale ceramic sculptures internationally and across the United States.

For further information please contact Kim Fonder at info@abersonexhibits.com or call the gallery at (918) 740-1054. Please join the conversation with Exhibit by Aberson on Facebook (@aberson.exhibits), Instagram (@exhibitbyaberson), Pinterest (@abersonexhibits), Artsy (exhibit-by-aberson) and 1stDibs (@exhibit-by-aberson).

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Foundation for a Drug Free World Florida Chapter volunteers meet to coordinate presentations on the Truth About Drugs Program to schools and groups all over the greater Tampa Bay area. To attend a seminar or book a lecture, please call 727-467-6962.

There is a misconception that because marijuana is a plant, it’s ‘natural’ and so it’s harmless. But it’s not.”

— Julieta Santagostino,President of the FDFW Fl Chapter

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, US, February 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — On February 13th, the President of the Foundation for a Drug-Free World Florida Chapter gave a drug education presentation to a group of teens in Tampa. The presentation included the facts about marijuana, including its role as a ‘gateway drug.’ Ten teens attended.

“There is a misconception that because marijuana is a plant, it’s ‘natural’ and so it’s harmless. But it’s not.” Said Julieta Santagostino the President of the Foundation for a Drug-Free World Florida Chapter. “Hemlock, a poisonous plant, is also ‘natural,’ but it can kill.”

“Marijuana is a drug like alcohol, cocaine or ecstasy,” said Santagostino. “And like these other drugs, it has side effects that can be harmful. There are 400 chemicals in Marijuana and the chemical that causes intoxication or the ‘high’ in users is called THC (short for tetrahydrocannabinol). THC creates the mind-altering effects that classifies marijuana as a ‘drug’.”

The seminar utilized materials from the Truth About Drugs program, including a booklet on Marijuana and an excerpt from the award-winning “Truth About Drugs” documentary.

These materials form the basis of a full anti-drug educational program that is available to educators at no cost.

“I learned a lot about drugs that I did not know,” said one student. “I am glad I came today to find out what marijuana actually does.”

To find out more about the effects of marijuana on the body you can get a free copy of the “Truth About Marijuana” information booklet.

The Florida chapter of the Foundation for a Drug-Free World also offers free seminars every Wednesdays at 7:00PM in their information center located at 41 N. Fort Harrison Ave in Clearwater. And provide free drug education materials, including 14 different booklets and a documentary DVD “Real People Real Stories.”

Anyone who would like more information or get a copy of the Truth about Drugs information booklets can visit the Foundation for a Drug-Free World information center at 41 N. Fort Harrison Ave or contact them at 727-467-6962 or email info.fl@drugfreeworld.org

The Foundation for a Drug-Free World is a non-profit organization that educates youth and the community on the truth about drugs so they can make the right decision to live drug-free. The Church of Scientology is a sponsor of the program making it possible for the Foundation to provide educational materials at no cost to educators, law enforcement and the community. Humanitarian and founder of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard, said, “Drugs rob life of the sensations and joys which are the only reasons for living anyhow.”

Pat Harney
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Handcrafted Eco-Friendly Fashion Accessory Company Micaela Flora Launches The Quiet Dream Collection of Wallets

SAINT GEORGE, KS, UNITED STATES, February 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Luxury and simplicity can come hand-in-hand with fashion if a person knows where to look. Minimalist ecologically conscious fashion brand Micaela Flora specializes in this area. Their latest collection is a remarkable line of handmade wallets.

February 20, 2019

If there's something that's an absolute necessity when it comes to a fashionable, but functional accessory it's certainly a wallet. While there are many choices in this area, stepping up to offer something very special in this area is handcrafted eco-friendly minimalist brand Micaela Flora. The small, passionate business recently celebrated the debut of The Quiet Dream Collection of Cork and Leather Wallets, handcrafted in a wide range of different colors, all made to the highest quality. Not surprisingly, the line has been met with enthusiasm.

“I decided I'd set out to create earth-friendly, luxurious yet simple fashion accessories for the most eco-conscious individuals in the world,” commented founder and designer Crystal Cooper. “I really am looking forward to the continued response from people who care about the world as much as we do here at Micaela Flora.”

According to the brand, some highlights of The Quiet Dream Collection include two different styles, small Opal Wallets, and larger trifold Frances Wallets, plus beautifully handmade keychains. The small Opal Wallets are made of cork, in colors like Forest, Black, White, and Pink, to name just a few. The trifold Frances Wallets are handcrafted of leather and can be purchased in Natural, Brown, Blue, and many other choices. The keychains are also available in a large number of different styles to match nearly any taste.

The full Quiet Dream Collection can be seen online, along with the rest of the high-quality products Micaela Flora offers. With new products being planned by the ultra-creative Crystal Cooper all the time.

For more information be sure to visit https://micaelaflora.com. And be sure to stay part of the conversation on Instagram: @micaelaflora and Facebook: @MicaelaFloraUS.

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Author and Reverend Donna Andes to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

THOMAS, WEST VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES, February 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Donna Andes says that from a very young age, the Lord was always drawing her closer to walk with Him. She was a Franciscan Sister who lived in a convent for 21 years, and they sent her to get a degree in Nursing. She is also a Reverend and Doctor of Philosophy and Theology (whose desire to know the Bible better brought her to Life Christian University.) She has tended to sick and elderly people, as an Operating Room Supervisor and at the Mountaintop Home Health Agency in Thomas, West Virginia. She worked with alcoholics and later as missionary, spending time in Africa and Cuba. There is no such thing as retirement for a Christian, she says, and she will never stop doing the Lord’s Work.

Donna is listed in Who’s Who and received the Elbert Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award. She is also a longtime member of Aglow International (that’s a-glow, as in glowing in His Light) and during the 50 years was president of a local chapter. She wrote her second book I Would Do it All Again, as an autobiography, but notes it is a great reference book for those having difficulties in marriage. A lot of problems, Donna believes, can be solved with God intercepting.

In her radio show Donna wants to talk about why she wrote her first book Know Thy Enemy. She will explain why it is so important to be aware of the spiritual realm around us. All the turmoil in the world can be addressed once we realize there is a devil, where he came from, the influence he has, and he is going around the world seeking whom and what he can devour. She wants to educate people by explaining how God created everything, and how they can improve their life and situation through prayer. This hinges on why she left the convent.

Donna preaches locally, conducts prayer meetings, and writes She is constantly writing to those in leadership positions, from the President to local government leaders. One day a week she answers the hotline for "Hope Marriage Center" through Christ in Action. Besides that, she is a part-time Network Marketer with Life Vantage that specializes in nutrigenomics. That word refers to nutrition and the body's genes to prevent aging and disease. The products are a new discovery and all-natural. The medical community is just catching on to what NRF1 and NRF2 are. The latter upgrades our cells to what they did back when we were born!

Donna wants to share how prayer can change us, our environment and even nations. To do that, she says, we need God's power. It begins when we invite Jesus into our heart, surrender our life to Him, and then ask to receive the fullness of the Holy Spirit. This enables us to pray with God's power and authority.

Don’t miss this inspiring speaker!

CUTV News Radio will feature Reverend Donna Andes in an interview with Jim Masters on Monday, February 25th at 4:00 pm EST

Listen to the Show on BlogTalkRadio

If you have questions for our guest, please call (347) 996-3369

For more information about Donna, visit her website: http://www.donnaandes.com

For more information about LifeVantage products visit https://donnaandes.lifevantage.com

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Senior Writers Have One Month to Enter Ageless Authors Writing Contest

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Writing keeps the mind sharp as you age, and reading helps too.

Larry Upshaw

Executive Director Larry Upshaw promotes creativity among senior writers age 65 and older.

Before March 15, Senior Writers Should Submit Your Best Writing in Memoir, Humor, Adventure, Romance and Poetry Categories to Win Cash Prizes and Publishing.

Our purpose is to help older people be creative as long as possible. We think of everything as a work in progress.”

— Larry Upshaw, Ageless Authors Director

DALLAS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, February 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Friday, March 15 is the deadline for the third annual Ageless Authors Writing Contest. Writers age 65 and older should go online to agelessauthors.com/current-contests/ to review rules and guidelines and submit entries.

Cash prizes and certificates of excellence will be awarded for the outstanding memoir, humor, adventure and romance writing, plus poetry. Entries can be fiction or nonfiction. Stories should be no more than 3,500 words and poems a maximum of 50 lines. Submitters can enter work that has been previously published or entered in other contests.

"Our purpose is to help older people be creative as long as possible," says Larry Upshaw, a long-time writer, editor and now executive director of Ageless Authors. "We think of everything as a work in progress. No matter whether you were successful before, get your work out, dust it off and go at it again. The secret to success is often great rewriting."

This contest attracts both professional writers and those who followed other careers and just now have time to write. Upshaw says the so-called amateur writers often produce the best and most surprising work.

The greatest competition will be for the best entry in the entire contest. The winner will receive the Bivona Prize for bold, innovative writing. The award honors novelist and poet Ginnie Siena Bivona, who co-founded Ageless Authors in 2016 and died earlier this year.

Ageless Authors personnel carry out unique book signings and readings for senior writers in bookstores and retirement communities all across the country.

A $20 entry fee is required with each submission. For this fee, submissions are read by at least two judges, who will comment on each piece of work. If a judge sees a way to improve the work, he or she may offer suggestions to authors. Most judges are writers, editors or teachers and prolific readers of literature.

Ageless Authors is the only nationwide writers’ group dedicated exclusively to encouraging and promoting the work of senior writers. The winning entries in this contest will be published in an anthology of best work late next year. Contestants in this contest can purchase a copy of the first anthology of senior work to see the high quality of work by going to AgelessAuthors.com.

Ageless Authors also offers publishing services to older authors who need help getting their work into the marketplace.

Larry W Upshaw
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ManyMe.com Provides Added Protection for Users of Dating Sites

Users Benefit From Enhanced Privacy, Exceptional Inbox Control, Better Security

ManyMe makes it easy”

— David Hughes, CEO

BURLINGTON, MA, U.S., February 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Users of some dating sites have experienced annoying and even embarrassing repercussions from confirmed or suspected data breaches. ManyMe.com helps to protect users of these sites with a free solution that provides enhanced privacy, exceptional control over unwanted email senders, and stronger protection against the leading hacker exploits.

ManyMe provides stronger privacy by making it simple for users to register with a substitute email identity instead of their personal address. This approach provides a protective barrier for the user’s primary email account, for if the site is hacked, the user’s substitute address is compromised, not his or her personal address. Email sent to a substitute address is thoroughly filtered by ManyMe and then forwarded to the user’s primary email address, so the user has only one inbox to manage.

Using substitute email addresses also provides users with exceptional control over their inbox. For example, if the user no longer wants to hear from a sender, ManyMe makes it easy to disable the substitute address that the sender is using. Once an address is disabled, all of the sender’s future email will be bounced, even if the sender uses that address from a different email account.

ManyMe’s approach also reveals when an address disclosed to one sender starts to spread to new senders, and identifies the source of the leak. A spreading address may be the first indication that a sender or a site has been compromised.

ManyMe provides numerous security advantages as well. For example, using a different email address for every registration ensures that the user’s login credentials always differ from site to site. This practice limits the user’s exposure to attacks in which hackers use credentials stolen from one site to gain access to the user’s other accounts, too.

“Users of dating sites should guard their privacy by registering with a substitute email address,” said David Hughes, ManyMe’s co-founder and CEO. “ManyMe makes it easy for users to protect their identity if the site is compromised, to protect their email inbox from unwanted senders, and to protect their other accounts from common hacker exploits.”

To learn more and create a free account, please visit ManyMe.com.

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The Scientology Information Center Invites the Community to its February Reception and Provides Answers to Questions

The Scientology Information Center will host a special Open House Reception for attendees at the Blast Friday Concert in Downtown Clearwater on Feb 22nd 2019 between 5 and 10pm. The Scientology Information Center is open daily from 10 am to 10 pm.

This reception gives curious people an opportunity to visit the Center and learn about Scientology for themselves.”

— Amber Skjelset, Manager of the Scientology Information Center

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, US, February 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Ms. Amber Skjelset, Manager of the Scientology Information Center is hosting a special reception and Open House at the Center during Downtown Clearwater’s Blast Friday concert. Answers to questions about the Church of Scientology and its religious beliefs will be provided at its location, 500 Cleveland Street, the Historic Clearwater Building. Refreshments will include cookies, cheese and fruit as well as non-alcoholic beverages.

“These concerts attract thousands of guests to downtown Clearwater,” said Ms. Skjelset. “Many people know that in the heart of it all is the Church of Scientology but they don’t know what the word Scientology means, or our beliefs or some have never met or spoken to a Scientologist. This reception gives curious people an opportunity to visit the Center and learn about Scientology for themselves.”

The Information Center has a gallery of panels and interactive audio-visual displays with some 400 short videos on aspects of Scientology, its founder – L. Ron Hubbard, its humanitarian programs to help combat illiteracy, drug-abuse, human rights violations and more. Guests can also choose from an array of complimentary materials providing to further educate themselves on these topics.

While the Center provides a self-guided tour, the Center Manager and volunteers will be on hand to answer additional questions guests may have.

Visitors can also learn about upcoming events and activities hosted by the Church of Scientology-sponsored humanitarian programs such as Foundation for a Drug-free World, United for Human Rights and more.

The Scientology Information Center is open daily from 10 am to 10 pm. For more information about the Center’s calendar of events for 2019 please contact Amber Skjelset, Manager of the Scientology Information Center at (727) 467-6966 or email amber@cos.flag.org.

The Scientology Information Center:

The Scientology Information Center, located in the Historic Clearwater Building in downtown Clearwater, opened on July 11, 2015, and currently houses a gallery of audiovisual displays with some 400 videos. The Center is open to all and provides a self-guided tour showing basic Scientology beliefs, Churches around the world, ongoing social programs and the life of L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology's founder. The Center offers tours to the broad public and civic leaders; holds concerts, theatrical performances and receptions for the community; and opens up the use of its conference room to social, civic and non-profit groups.

For more information on Scientology, visit www.scientology.org or the Scientology Network on DirecTV channel 320, or streaming at www.scientology.tv or apps at appleTV, fireTV and ROKU.

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Dr. Kevin and Dr. Greg’s DollyRocker launches exclusively at HSN

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Dr. Kevin and Dr. Greg, trusted chiropractors and experts in natural wellness, launch the patient-favorite, all-in-one home fitness device: the DollyRocker.

SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, February 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Dr. Kevin and Dr. Greg’s DollyRocker launches exclusively at HSN

Dr. Kevin Khalili and Dr. Greg Huron, trusted Santa Barbara chiropractors and experts in natural wellness, have partnered exclusively with HSN to launch the patient-favorite, all-in-one home fitness device: the DollyRocker.

Dr. Kevin and Dr. Greg specialize in health and fitness, empowering people to make positive choices at home to support their wellness journey. They are excited to bring the DollyRocker to millions of Americans who are looking for a better way to improve their strength and balance, meet their fitness goals, and prevent injury.

ABOUT DR. KEVIN: As clinical director of the Laser Rehab Institute of Santa Barbara, California, Dr. Kevin has been practicing preventive sports medicine for more than 25 years. He graduated from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1992 and became a Certified Fellow of Chiropractic BioPhysics in 2002. After pursuing postgraduate studies at Life Chiropractic College West, in 2017 he became a Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner (CCEP).

“As a doctor of chiropractic, the main inspiration for developing the DollyRocker was to simplify my patients’ home fitness needs: to save them money, time, and space by creating a single, compact, all-in-one, portable, full-body exercise device,” Dr. Kevin shared.

The DollyRocker follows another groundbreaking product created by Dr. Kevin. Dissatisfied with the pain-relief products available on the market for his patients, Dr. Kevin spent years researching and creating a plant-powered, natural solution for painful muscles and joints: the revolutionary Khalili Cream, available at Amazon and health stores.

Dr. Kevin, in conjunction with Dr. Greg, has now expanded his product offerings to include the DollyRocker, available exclusively at HSN. Tune in to see the DollyRocker live in action on HSN, February 26th at 6.00 am EST and 6.00 pm EST.

ABOUT DR. GREG: Dr. Greg is a licensed doctor of chiropractic with over 25 years of experience in chiropractic, rehabilitation, and sports performance enhancement. Founder and creator of myophysics, Dr. Greg works with Dr. Kevin at The Laser Rehab Institute. He has a bachelor of science in biology and is certified in neuromuscular reeducation, myofascial manipulation, and dynamic stabilization.

“Fast-twitch/stabilizer muscles are not only vital for improved physical function and performance, they’re essential to protect us in everyday life. When you step out of the shower and hit a wet spot, the fast-twitch muscles fire off and engage as a reflex to save us from falling,” Dr. Greg explained. “In over 25 years of hands-on clinical practice, I’ve never seen anything improve fast-twitch stabilizers in my patients as much as the DollyRocker.”

ABOUT THE DOLLYROCKER: Each health-enhancing Dr. Khalili product is created to provide a solution on your journey to optimal well-being. Developed by Dr. Kevin and Dr. Greg, the DollyRocker is the ultimate all-in-one home fitness device. With over 101+ exercises, it does the work of 10 common home fitness devices at a fraction of the cost and space – replacing the balance board, rocker board, ab rocker, ab dolly, ab wheel, bosu ball, swiss ball, massage therapy ball, leg press machine, and push-up devices.

The DollyRocker adapts to all fitness levels; it strengthens, stabilizes, stretches, and massages, allowing for a full-body workout at home, work, or on the road. At less than 5 pounds, complete with a portable carrying case and DVD, it makes achieving your fitness goals easy and convenient. The DollyRocker is safe for men and women of all ages, growing with you to meet your changing fitness needs.

WHERE: Tune in to HSN to see Dr. Greg and the DollyRocker live in action, exclusively at HSN.

WHEN: FEBRUARY 26th 06.00 am EST and 6.00 pm EST




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