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IC Mendoza and mom Dolly go on a wellness date

LEAD-INS! Cited by this column for her 2017 lead as Best New Actress in New Generation Hero, Joyce Penas Pilarsky was nominated by the Philippine Movie Press Club in the same category for the 2018 Star Awards for Movies!... Quantum Films rereleased All About You, a Derek Ramsay and Jennylyn Mercado starrer, for Valentine’s as a direct victim of the 2017 Metro Manila Film Festival advertising war!... ABS-CBN is right in exercising a news embargo on the book of a newly outed gay entertainer, which is not new, after all, as every already knew about it including the executives of the entertainment conglomerate he came from!...

WELLNESS VALENTINE CELEBRATION AT MEDSONIX THERAPY. Having a tandem Medsonix Therapy with headsets on while listening to favored love songs is a perfect way to celebrate a hassle-free Hearts Day!
Every time I’d come across entertainment columnist Dolly Anne Carvajal, I’d ask her about actor son IC Mendoza. Occasionally referring to IC as “my dalaga,” she’d update me of his recent activities, professional and personal. This shows her full acceptance of his gender preference.
The same with IC. They answer just enough to get the impression. It comes clear that love, pride and respect power the relationship between mother and son. They live their lives as mature individuals, making them an ideal tandem brand ambassador.
IC recently discovered the revolutionary Medsonix Acoustic Resonating Therapy, undoubtedly a big help to soothe the lower back pain he has been experiencing after long hours of shoots, hosting, coverages and doing public relations work, regularly playing volleyball and going to the gym.
Similarly, Dolly Anne has also tried Medsonix after repeatedly complaining of shoulder pain. She attests the therapy has been a big help to ease her mobility, especially in carrying even her shoulder bag while walking.
IC and Dolly Anne were introduced to the Medsonix Therapy at Clinica Manila at SM Megamall. The machine was brought into the country by Ateneo Graduate School of Business professor Enrique M. Soriano nearly two years ago.
The Medsonix Therapy is a non-invasive, drug-free, pain-free, safe and effective method of reliving pain and discomfort. It integrates a medical device that uses low frequency sound waves to increase blood flow and mobility, reduce inflammation, pain and relieve symptoms of many diseases and disorders.
Medsonix was developed over 10 years ago in Las Vegas, Nevada by Alphonse Cassone, who experimented with sound waves for the past 15 years. The device is registered with the US Food and Drug Administration.
Among the many medical conditions that can be addressed by the Medsonix Therapy System are arthritis, bursitis, migraine, carpal tunnel syndrome, back and joint pain, multiple sclerosis, Lyme disease, fibromyalgia, sciatica, diabetic neuropathy, lupus and peripheral vascular disease.
Patients can simply sit, relax and absorb the low frequency acoustic pressure waves generated by the Medsonix Therapy System. The treatment is scheduled for only 30 minutes per session in the convenience of an accessible location.
No preparation time is necessary. Patients do not need to disrobe or take in anything. The therapeutic procedure is safe, completely non-invasive and non-pharmaceutical. The acoustic wave form generated by Medsonix does not interfere with a pacemaker, pain pump, other implanted or electrical device.
Last year, entertainment couple Richard and Roni Merk both did Medsonix Therapy, too, after their much-publicized physical ordeal and sickness. Richard’s right foot was nearly amputated, while Roni underwent colon surgery. Medsonix helped the couple in their recovery.
Medsonix Therapy is available at Clinica Manila, second floor SM Megamall Building A. For inquiries and appointments, please call 730-3237 or 0947-5951524 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

LETTERS ARE NOT ALWAYS ABOUT LOVE. Historical letters are turning up as premium lots at Leon Gallery auctions. In the last auction, “domestic” letters by Jose Rizal hammered for a record price of P10 million.
And now three historical letters written by Andres Bonifacio to Emilio Jacinto about the controversial Tejeros convention will be auctioned off on March 3. Described by León Gallery director Jaime Ponce de León as “explosive,” said letters unseated the Katipunan founder in 1897 and led to his killing.
This will be for the benefit of the Asian Cultural Center (ACC) Manila, an annual fundraising event for its fellowship program for visual artists and scholars.
The letters are about political games revolutionaries play recounting the tumultuous Tejeros convention in Cavite. A “snap election” of General Emilio Aguinaldo affected Bonifacio who founded the secret society Katipunan which later mounted the war of independence against Spain.
What’s next on the block in upcoming auctions? Perhaps a controversial romantic letter by Josephine Bracken!


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