Last week, we celebrated my son Titus’ 8th birthday.

We had a grand time!

My wife made an amazing dinner…

Gluten-Free Enchiladas with fake cheese, organic salad, and a gluten-free ice cream cake made from scratch. Doesn’t get much better than that folks.

One of his favorite gifts was a Marvel comic Flash costume given to him by his brothers.

As soon as he got it, he ran in the bedroom to change and in about 2 minutes came out all decked out as the Flash.

I said to him, “Wow! Let’s see you test that baby out and see how fast you can run in that costume.”

He ran down the hallway and it was like a red blur before our eyes.

He wears the outfit just about everyday, running around like the Flash.

He even raced me when I was driving away in my car yesterday as I headed to work.

I don’t know if I am imagining things or not but it seems like he can run faster when he is wearing that red costume with the yellow lightening bolts coming from his ears and around his waist.

Why is that?

Because he becomes a different person when he has the costume on him.

This got me thinking about your body and health.

When you are in pain or discomfort and you’re not feeling your best, it slows you down…

both mentally and physically.

However, when you remove the cause of your pain and discomfort like subluxations and adhesive scar tissue, you feel much better, you’re able to move the way you were meant to, and you have no pain.

It’s like putting on the Flash costume.

You can try to reduce the scar tissue yourself with using a tennis ball regularly on those tight muscles followed by stretching, but one of the fastest and most effective ways of helping you achieve ‘Flash like’ results is with using the Pressure “Shockwave” Wave Technology as the radial acoustic waves break up scar tissue in a matter of minutes.

You can use it on just about any part of the body, but it especially works well on the part of the body that prevents people from running like the Flash – the knee.

Click to see an example of how and why it works.

Wouldn’t it be tremendous to keep up with your kids and grand kids and run around with them in your 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and even 80’s?

If you answered, ‘Yes’, ask yourself, “Is what I’m doing today helping me get closer to where I want to be tomorrow?”

Have a GREAT Thursday!

Dr. Derek ‘don’t blink’ Taylor