George Eversaul, A.P., created AquaStretch at the UNLV Wellness Center. AquaStretch is a new form of aquatic myo-fascial release that is effective in restoring flexibility and relieving chronic pains. AquaStretch is usually more effective than massage in relieving chronic aches and pains, and lasts three to four times longer. Eversaul has been selected to be on the Nevada Medical Tourism panel at the Governor's Conference on Tourism on November 30th. AquaStretch could be the start of a medical
& health tourism industry in Las Vegas. AquaStretch could be performed on tourists at the various hotels and spas in Las Vegas.
Luncheon is Tuesday, November 22nd; Check-in at 11:30, Program & Lunch at 12 PM at McCormick & Schmicks. Cost $30.
AquaStretch is a new way to reduce chronic pain and speed recovery from injuries and/or hip or knee replacements.
AquaStretch has helped reduce the pain associated with Fibromyalgia and Scoliosis.
AquaStretch can improve athletic performance such as golf and running and make athletic training less painful. Golfers may drive balls 20 to 30 yards further, and runners may improve their 1/2 marathon times by 5 minutes. It also helps reduce muscle soreness from over-training.
The American Council on Exercise supports AquaStretch as a tool to motivate people to maintain fitness programs, especially unfit people new to exercise.
Eversaul is seeking self-insured corporations and wellness programs to participate in AquaStretch Health Cost Savings studies because it may create substantial health cost savings for people with chronic back, neck, or joint pain, especially if occupationally aggravated such as casino dealers, food servers, and office workers.