EP Global Communications, Inc
(EPGL), (the Company),
), the parent company of
) magazine, is pleased to announce that Dr. Norman Marcus, MD, will be making a live presentation on a new method to evaluate and frequently eliminate chronic pain at this year’s World Congress on Disabilities (WCD) in Dallas, Texas, November 17-18, 2010.
Dr. Marcus will present studies of the instrument he co-invented with the Stevens Institute of Technology, the Muscle Pain Detection Device, coupled with his comprehensive treatment program to eliminate long-standing disabling pain. This presentation will give attendees, including healthcare professionals, the opportunity to interact with Dr. Marcus and understand how addressing muscles as a cause of chronic pain can lead to successful treatment in patients thought to be untreatable. Examples of patients with chronic back and neck pain and following failed spine surgery will be discussed.
"We encourage all civilian and military families as well as physicians and allied health care professionals and EPGL shareholders to attend this event in Dallas. Having suffered from chronic neck and back pain for over 13 years, and after being told that the only treatment that could help was a spinal fusion, I can attest personally to the tremendous relief this new intervention therapy provided to me,” said Joe Valenzano, President and CEO of EPGL.
EPGL plans to broadcast via the web the entire presentation by Dr. Norman Marcus as well as several other clinical lectures delivered by world renowned physicians including: Pauline Filipek, MD (Autism); Steve Wolfe, MD, Patty McGoldrick and Saadi Ghatan, MD (Epilepsy Therapies including surgical interventions); Blanca Vasquez on Lennox Gastaux Syndrome; and several others dealing with rare genetic disorders brain blast injury and PTSD and others. The webcasts will reach military base hospitals, clinics, rehab facilities, families, physicians, allied healthcare professionals, caregivers and people with special needs around the world. Seminars broadcast by EP will be archived on the company’s website and available for download for at least 90 days following the WCD.