Love brought volunteer and board member Horace Barnes to Bio-Touch as well.
Love and a dream.
had suffered years of back pain, a souvenir from the war.
Rather than undergo surgery, he
decided to live with it.
Then one night he
walked into a building.
A young man greeted him and asked how he
told him about his
back pain, the man instantly put his
hands on him.
"This heat started at the base of my skull, went all the way down my spine, real hot heat.
And that's what woke me up," says Barnes
, 75, wearing a Navy hat.
The next morning when he
woke up, he
braced for the inevitable pain of stepping onto the floor.
It wasn't there.
wife Lillian was flabbergasted.
A few days later, Barnes
happened to catch a segment about a Bio-Touchä class on Access Tucson TV.
They showed the same technique Barnes experienced in his
"It shocked me," he
located the Center - an exact replica of his
"They explained that you could come here and learn this Bio-Touchä," says Barnes