Grant Hinch and Pamela Evans are the owners of Xtreme Body Therapy. They are so blessed to have been introduced to the Electro-Equiscope machine and technology. They are reminded daily of the unbelievable results and constant testimonials the Electro-Equiscope provides. From chronic and acute pain relief, non-surgical skin rejuvenation therapies, wound care, performance enhancement, relaxation sessions and more, you will feel better, have more energy, decreased toxins and healthier, younger looking skin. Schedule an appointment now and take advantage of our Grand Opening Specials, while they last! All therapies whether for pain or skin rejuvenation, will be designed for your specific needs. To get back in the game of life, contact us for more information or a free consultation on this Nobel Prize winning technology. We look forward to earning your business and showing you how this technology is truly life altering!
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Grant has been in commercial real estate since 1977 after graduating from The University of Arkansas with a Bachelor of Science in Finance & Real Estate. He is involved in the development, acquisition and leasing of commercial, retail, industrial & multi-family projects.
He is a member of Sigma Chi Fraternity. He serves on the Board of Directors for The Children’s Hospital Foundation at Saint Francis, The Tulsa Boys Home and is an advisor for the board of American Therapeutic Riding Center. He is also a member of The Academy of Country Music. Though not actively flying due to time constraints, Grant Is a licensed pilot, and has been since 1986.
Granted has also completed advanced training for the Electro Equiscope as a Certified Technician and is owner of Xtreme Body Therapy in Tulsa, which provides microcurrent therapy for pain, inflammation and well being. Grant and Pamela love working with clients that may be out of treatment options and feeling hopelessness ... But after just one session, one quickly realizes that There IS Hope with Electro Equiscope!!
Pamela began her professional career as a Real Estate Broker and Mortgage Lender, working in the panhandle of her native state of Florida. She has owned Real Estate companies in both Florida and Colorado, assisting first-time homebuyers, luxury property owners, military men and women as well as worked as a consultant to seller’s, buyer’s and home builders alike.
Pamela is dedicated to everything she does, however being a caregiver and patients advocate has been her true passion since she was a young girl. Since she was four, Pamela began helping care for her mom that had polio as well as assisting with her grandmother who had eye disease and lost her vision. As she became older, she volunteered as a “Hugger” at the Special Olympics, spent time assisting people with various disabilities or as Pamela says, “abilities”, help teach children to not only ride horses and break the mental barriers of competition but educate children on the responsibilities of caring for animals and people, how to set goals, work hard and to appreciate the small victories as much as the large.
In addition, Pamela has been a voice and advocate for medical patients, the under privledged, disabled, and worked training and rehabilitating people, horses and dogs for more over 28 years.
Prior to moving to Tulsa, Pamela was a member of the private club community of Ocean Reef Club in Key Largo, Florida where she also sold Real Estate for Sotheby’s International Realty, prior to opening her own company and becoming the on-site Broker for Tiger Run Resort in Breckenridge, Colorado.
She completed advanced training for the Electro-Equiscope as a Certified Technician and manages Xtreme Body Therapy in Tulsa. She has been studying the benefits of microcurrent therapies and functional medicine for several years and has become proficient in operating the Electro-Equiscope to deliver amazing results in clients with ADHD, chronic pain, Neuropathy, stress, circulation, joint and ligament injuries, microcurrent facials and many other inflammation causing issues.
Pamela attributes her unique ability to relate to people from all walks of life, to her years of caring for others, but mostly her mother Pam.
Contact Pamela today to discuss a therapy plan designed for your specific needs.