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Kiley Alexis Benefit Charity is hosting a Casino Charity night at Beachfront 301 on Oct. 25, 2012 from 6-11.
Tickets are $35 pre-sale and $40 at the door.
Please contact Kymbirley Brake for ticket details or send checks to :
Kiley Alexis Benefit
PO Box 10116
Westminster, CA 92685
Please write Casino Night in the Memo
Call me crazy, but I have my $$$$ on Bonnar! I think this card could have a lot of upsets. I also think Dave Herman has a good chance to beat Nogueira. Also they got Damian Maia as a favorite against Story which I believe is a mistake. Either way should be some good fights.
As a leading provider of sport related performance and recovery, we take pride in offering the best in dynamic and functional approaches to healing and optimization. We are dedicated to serving the needs of our customers each and every day. A Doctor of chiropractic trained in sport specific functional analysis, Class IV K-Laser therapy, ART (Active Release Technique and ideal nutritional protocols, we can take an athlete to the next level.
– Dr. Bryan Ales
A graduate of Southern California University of Health Sciences, Dr. Ales has established himself as an expert in the treatment and rehabilitation of sports related injuries. With a background in biomechanics, postural distortion and functional movement analysis, Dr. Ales has transformed the lives of hundreds of patients looking to excel in the most demanding of sports. the root cause of a case is usually not in the “symptoms” a patient is experiencing. The value lies in the ability to find and correct functional abnormalities before they become a deficit. Treating symptoms is easy, restoring optimal performance is what separates doing a “job” from “following a passion”.