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iHeal Technique Launches As An Alternative to Traditional Pain Management
Date:5/15/2013

New Jersey (PRWEB) May 15, 2013

Dr. Steve Young is announcing his latest service, iHeal Technique. The Technique acts as an alternative option to treating chronic pain, especially with narcotic drugs. iHeal Technique works in conjunction with other medical treatments to speed up healing and recovery (physical therapy, massage therapy, or acupuncture). More on iHeal Technique can be accessed by clicking here: http://www.ihealtechnique.com

“I wanted to develop a product that is available to everyone. And, it had to work,” said Dr. Steve Young, DPT, CSCS. “I want people to know there are alternatives to narcotic pain medication and physical therapy. iHeal is that alternative. It is going to revolutionize the health care industry.”

Currently, iHeal Technique sells for $97 dollars. However, Dr. Young is promoting the product for $47.50 on the iHeal website for a limited time. There is a 100% money back guarantee. All major credit cards are accepted. To view testimonies please click here: http://bodysolutionsinc.wistia.com/medias/zjkn8nlm3l iHeal is available with 30 and 90 minute treatment options.

“My patients who actually implement changes, do their exercises, and actually show up for their treatments- ALL get better,” continued Dr. Young. “I’m inviting members of the New Jersey media and national press to try iHeal at no cost. They are welcomed to explore iHeal and search for elements that don’t work, but they will come up empty handed. People with chronic pain or those seeking an alternative to surgery have a great option with iHeal Technique.”

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