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*******www.titantherapy**** sports injury interview on san diego living with Dr. Michael Pritsker and Chrissy Russo. Discussing sports injury treatment in San Diego, Poway, Chula Vista and Las Vegas. More videos at www.BackCareCentral****.
22 Feb 2009
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www.TitanTherapy**** video of Dr. Pritsker interviewd by Chrissy Russo on how weight gain may be caused by low back pain. Visit www.BackCareCentral**** for more san diego back pain and weight loss videos.
2 Mar 2009
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Dr. Michael Pritsker and Chrissy Russo discuss on *******Www.BackCareTreatment.Com causes of weight gain from back pain. San Diego chiropractor interview on Fox 6.
8 May 2009
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Chrissy Russo and Dr. Michael Pritsker interview at www.BackCareTreatment.Com discussing sports injury treatment options via chiropractic care in San Diego chiropractor doctors. Tennis elbow, shoulder pain, carpal tunnel and more.
8 May 2009
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Dr. Michael Pritsker and Chrissy Russo chiropractor interviews at www.BackCareTreatment.Com about neck pain treatment by chiropractic in san diego. Mission Valley chiropractors discuss alternative therapy for whiplash, neck, shoulder pain and arm pain.
8 May 2009
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"Everything I Own" is a popular song written by David Gates. Originally recorded by Gates's band Bread for their 1972 album Baby, I'm a Want You the song quickly became a popular standard recorded by (among others) The Connells, Jack Jones, Ken Boothe, Olivia Newton-John, Georgie Fame, Boy George, *NSYNC, Jude, Rod Stewart, Nicole Scherzinger, Chrissie Hynde, Greg London, Hernaldo Zuniga, among others. Although the song is frequently interpreted as a romantic love song, Gates actually wrote the song as a tribute to his late father. The original hit number five on the American Billboard Hot 100. The version by Ken Boothe reached number one on the UK singles chart for three weeks in October 1974. The version by Boy George reached number one on the UK singles chart for two weeks in March 1987 becoming his first hit as a solo artist. Owing more to the Ken Boothe version, the sweet reggae style was reminiscent of his earlier debut hit with Culture Club, "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?". Coming at the time of his arrest for possession of heroin it provided a major boost to his career. A cover version of this song was recorded by The Remingtons, a band which comprised former Bread member Jimmy Griffin, on their 1993 album Aim for the Heart. In 2006, Chrissie Hynde covered the song for the soundtrack to the film "Happy Feet". This recording was produced by John Powell and Gavin Greenaway. On the soundtrack album "Happy Feet: Music from the Motion Picture", the song is mashed up with "The Joker", recorded by Jason Mraz...pls. enjoy!!!
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*******marketing-paradise**** *******www.business-garden**** Spot Title: Elimination Agency: TBWA\Media Arts Lab Chief Creative Officer: Lee Clow Executive Creative Directors: Duncan Milner, Eric Grunbaum Creative Director: Jason Sperling ACD/Art Director: Chuck Monn Sr. Art Director: Jamie Reilly Sr. Copywriters: Krista Wicklund, Kevin Tenglin Agency Producers: Mike Refuerzo, Chrissy Gilmartin Production Co: Epoch Films Director: Phil Morrison DP: Peter Donahue Editorial Co: Filmcore
5 Mar 2010
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*******marketing-paradise**** *******www.business-garden**** Spot Title: PC Choice Chat Agency: TBWA\Media Arts Lab Chief Creative Officer: Lee Clow Executive Creative Directors: Duncan Milner, Eric Grunbaum Creative Director: Jason Sperling ACD/Art Director: Chuck Monn Sr. Art Director: Jamie Reilly Sr. Copywriters: Krista Wicklund, Kevin Tenglin Agency Producers: Mike Refuerzo, Chrissy Gilmartin Production Co: Epoch Films Director: Phil Morrison DP: Peter Donahue Editorial Co: Filmcore
14 May 2009
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*******marketing-paradise**** *******www.business-garden**** Spot Title: Customer Care Agency: TBWA\Media Arts Lab Chief Creative Officer: Lee Clow Executive Creative Directors: Duncan Milner, Eric Grunbaum Creative Director: Jason Sperling ACD/Art Director: Chuck Monn Sr. Art Director: Jamie Reilly Sr. Copywriters: Krista Wicklund, Kevin Tenglin Agency Producers: Mike Refuerzo, Chrissy Gilmartin Production Co: Epoch Films Director: Phil Morrison DP: Peter Donahue Editorial Co: Filmcore
14 May 2009
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When Denise's film, "Finding Bliss," is accepted into the prestigious Slamdance Film Festival, she heads to Park City, Utah, with her best friend Kim, and assistant, Chrissy.
2 Aug 2010
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*******www.tempe12**** presents Chrissy and Courtney feeling the burn at the gym doing some circuit training.
16 Jul 2009
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15 Sep 2009
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