Sunday, March 2, 2014

FUTURISTIC MEDICAL DEVICE CAPTURES IMAGE OF HEADACHES

A BREAKTHROUGH IN HEADACHE IMAGING REVEALS HOW INTENSE AND LARGE SOME HEADACHES REALLY REALLY ARE

BRIDGEPORT


With the help of a Head Hurtz Imaging
Devise, the actual headache can be seen.
The woman in this picture is having a mas-
save headache, which looks like a
 huge stone block on film.
Harlen Hurtz, a freelance cork buyer was suffering a pounding headache last year and as much as he was suffering, no one would believe him.  He told his doctor, it felt like a huge stone block had enveloped his head and was resting on his shoulders.  His doctor snickered and sent him home with a bottle of aspirin.  This prompted Hurtz to prove himself and he set to work creating a device that could actually see the headache and record its image on medical film.

Harlen Hurtz suffers from  headaches
and thanks to his devise, he can now
watch it develop, as shown in this image.
Hurtz, 46, worked frantically after receiving a grant from Walmart and when the first two of his devises exploded in the lab, he was ready to give up.  One week later, the breakthrough he was looking for happened at the onset of another of his monster headaches.  He plugged in his newest prototype and presto, he could see his headache on the device's TV screen!  He was ecstatic and applied for a patient the following day.  He called his invention, the Head Hurtz Imaging Devise.  It works on a new form of technology using sun rays, x rays, and Preparation H.  Hurtz declined releasing further details for fear of copycats.  

Hurtz hopes to have the machine on Walmart shelves by May.  "If you can see the headache, it is easier to treat." he told Dave Taylor of CHANNEL 1 NEWS.  "It even comes with a remote. We are now moving beyond the space age!"  


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