HW: Honing in on pain February 03, 2009

Penny Lyons, left, uses a BioMeridian machine on Diane Walker, a patient at New Life Chiropractic, 2532 Patterson Road. A metal probe is used to measure electrical conductivity at 58 points that relate to traditional acupuncture points. The process was noninvasive and pain-free and provides information about the health of the cells in a patient’s major body systems and organs.



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Penny Lyons, left, uses a BioMeridian machine on Diane Walker, a patient at New Life Chiropractic, 2532 Patterson Road. A metal probe is used to measure electrical conductivity at 58 points that relate to traditional acupuncture points. The process was noninvasive and pain-free and provides information about the health of the cells in a patient’s major body systems and organs.

Mary Hill was unfamiliar with the BioMeridian machine, but she was willing to try anything to feel healthy and pain-free. She has no regrets.  Hill, 74, had two BioMeridian tests at…




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