It’s July. I smile as my mind floods with images of Independence Day celebrations, family picnics, and parades. One of my earliest and fondest memories is of standing next to my dad, slurping an ice cream cone, while watching fireworks. Dad was a decorated veteran of WWII. A paratrooper in the 101st Airborne, he had survived being a prisoner of war for four months. The concept of freedom and independence held special meaning for him.

As I think about all the freedoms that are precious to humanity, one of the biggest is freedom from pain. When people are comfortable inside their bodies, they’re freer to concentrate on pursuing their goals and dreams.

For over twenty-five years Bio-touch has helped countless people break free from their prisons of pain, stress, and symptoms of disease. Bio-Touch is one person helping give independence to another…using nothing more than their touch.

Cue the fireworks!

Debra Schildhouse