Custom-Compound Therapies For Each Patient’s Specific Needs.

Cleansing Detoxification

Hydrocolon Therapy

Colon Hydrotherapy also known as a Colonic is a safe and effective way to assist the body in the elimination of waste and toxins from the large intestine without the use of drugs.  By introducing a gentle flowing, small amount of filtered water into the colon, waste is softened and loosened.  Then through natural peristaltic (natural muscular contraction) movement, evacuation occurs.

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Colon Hydrotherapy also known as a Colonic is a safe and effective way to assist the body in the elimination of waste and toxins from the large intestine without the use of drugs.  By introducing a gentle flowing, small amount of filtered water into the colon, waste is softened and loosened.  Then through natural peristaltic (natural muscular contraction) movement, evacuation occurs.

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Chelation involves the administration of Vitamin B, Vitamin C, Zinc, Amino Acids and trace minerals delivered via an IV drip. It is ideal in boosting the immune system, increasing energy, as well as aiding in cellular regeneration.

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMFT) - is a reparative technique most commonly used in the field of orthopedics for the treatment of non-union fractures, failed fusions, congenital pseudoarthrosis and depression. In case of bone healing PEMF uses directed pulsed magnetic fields through injured tissue. This is believed to stimulate cellular repair. The FDA has approved several such stimulation devices. These devices provide a complementary solution that may aid in bone repair.

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Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers is the most commonly used as filling material injected into selected problem areas to restore volume. An innovation referred to as the new collagen, it consist of a bio-compatible hyaluronic acid. It is used to diminish wrinkles and aging lines of the face such as the nasolabial folds, melomental folds, crow’s feet and forehead wrinkles. It may also be used for filling aging related facial hollows and orbital troughs, as well as for cheek volume.

Botox injections block impulses from the nerves to the tiny facial muscles that are related to expression lines. These relax muscles of facial expression allowing the overlying skin to remain smooth and unwrinkled. Botox also treats blepharospasm and hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating). it is also used to soften the look af neck bands and help contour the eyebrows and make hypertrophic calg muscles and masseter smaller. Treating the masseter muscle results in a softer and less angular appearance of face.

Facial (Clean, Peel, Acne Surgery)

A facial cleans, exfoliates and nourishes the skin, promoting a clear, well hydrated complexion, and can help your skin look younger.

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Cryo Therapy

Cryo  Stamp Treatment is a combination of cryotherapy and electrophoresis. It’s a mesotherapy without needles for  face& body lifting, improves skin tone & texture, helps lighten acne scars and reduce skin blemishes.

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(Changing Lifestyle And Right Attitude Diet)

Clara Diet – a revolutionary diet that combines intramuscular injection of HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin ) and 500 calorie diet

A comprehensive consultation with a Medical Doctor who specializes in weight-loss and body shaping. She will help you get rid of your excess fat safely- taking into account your age, weight, shape and lifestyle to make sure no underlying medical reason are preventing you from losing weight.

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Ultrasound Cavitation

     A new and innovative technology uses ultrasound to implode fat cells into tiny microscopic fluids so the body can eliminate them naturally by disposing them through the urinary tract and lymphatic system. These procedures are being compared to liposuction but without any surgical procedures. Ultrasound cavitation is the most advanced and effective non-invasive European method for eliminating stubborn cellulite and fat. Because of these characteristics, aesthetic experts have named it “Natural Liposuction”. The technique uses low frequency ultrasound. Ultrasonic Cavitation is the fastest non-surgical type of liposuction.

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Cellustim (ES Lymphatic Drainage)

Body & Face Shaping Solutions

Using revolutionary microtechnology, Cellustimelectronically simulates the body's impulses to reshape the Body and rejuvenate the Face.

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The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA will hold its traditional Maritime Week Celebration from Sept 22-29, 2019 in a simple but meaningful manner.

Timed with the observance of National Seafarer’s Day with the theme: “Marinong Filipino-Kababaihan: PalakasinsaIndustriya!”,Admiral Wilfredo Tamayo PCG(Ret), Senior Executive Vice President for Maritime Affairs (SEVPMA), and at the same time the Executive Director, International Student Affairs, has enjoined the College of Maritime Education, through its Deans-Capt Lexington Calumpang, ChiefmateDaniloLumbres, and Engr Verna Azucena to enliven the spirit of the week-long celebration in honor of seafarers around the world, often dubbed as the world’s silent or day-to-day heroes.

Perpetualite cadets will participate in the following activities within the campus, and in most of the activities organized in celebration of the 24th National Seafarers’ Day which has adopted the IMO Theme: Empowering Women in the Maritime Community. Engr Rodolfo Nava, Adviser of UPHSD CME Maritime Student Council, is designated in-charge of all the preparations.

24th National Seafarers’ Day Activities

D A T E A C T I V I T I E S
Sep 22, Sunday, 0700H AMOSUP Kick-off Mass at Seafarer’s Statue, Baywalk
Sep 23, Monday,1700H HARANA by the Bay (PCG Philharmonic Orchestra), Baywalk Manila
Sep 24, Tuesday, 1400H PASIKLABAN 2019 (AIMS Compound, Pasay City)
Sep 25, Wednesday, Boodle Fight Lunch Time –LUSWELF
Sep 26, Thursday

Boses ng Marino Karaoke Challenge (Whole Day), LUSWELF AMOSUP Covention Hall, Intramuros, Manila

0800H – 11th On-the-Spot ART Contest

1300H – 16th Oratorical Contest

Sep 27, Friday

6th NSD-SeamanOnLine Wacky at Sea Photo Contest

Western Union – Ten Outstanding Maritime Students of the Philippines (TOMSP) 2019 Judging

Sep 29, Sunday 0700H       

PCG Compound Memorial at Sea – Rite of Remembrance (Ecumenical Service)

0630H -24th NSD Grand Parade (Assembly at Raja Sulayman Park,Roxas Blvd, Manila)

0900H - Holy Eucharist

1000H - NSD Program

Awarding of NSD Contests Winner

On the spot art

Sep 29, Sunday

-Oratorical,

-Boses ng Marino Karaoke Chalenge,

-WackyPhoto at Sea,and

-Western Union’s TOMSP

1200H - End of Program

On-Campus Activities:

DATE TIME ACTIVITIES

Sep 25 (Wednesday)

0800H-0900H

1400H-1900H

Mass (UPHSD Chapel)

IF -   Opening of Maritime Days

     -   UPHSD CME Video Presentation

-       Investiture and Orientation of New Students

-       Health Awareness Seminar

-       Static Display (Sep 25-26, 2019)

-       Opening of Fellowship Games

Sep 26

(Thursday)

0800H-1900H

Continuation of Games

·         Basketball/ Football

·         Track and Field

·         Chess, and Swimming

·         Tug of War

       (Special Edition: Teaching vs Non-Teaching)

Boodle Fight

Sep 27

(Friday)

1200H-1700H

1830H-2100H

Continuation of Games

Mr./Ms. Maritime Night

Awarding Ceremonies

The SEVPMA is thus expecting all members of the UPHS DALTA and JONELTA maritime faculty and staff, and their respective cadets to actively participate in the week-long celebration as the University of Perpetual Help System continues to advocate its time-honored guiding principle that “Character Building is Nation Building.”

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Education, has been often defined, “is any act or experience that has a formative effect on the mind, character or physical ability of an individual”. Education also is a process of educating or teaching and its only purpose is to teach a student how to live his life – by developing his mind and equipping him to deal with reality.

Integral in achieving the Command’s goal is the development of a Coast Guard wide management culture for all the Officers and personnel. And as the Philippines Coast Guard diligently performs its mandated tasks of ensuring safety, security and protecting the marine environment, it also has to maintain its competitiveness with other agencies as well as other institutions. Further, with the realization of the need for improving the student’s capabilities as well as the quality of instructors, a comprehensive analysis and hands-on alignment of educational practices across all levels and leadership of its personnel was developed.

Improving the PCG’s efficiency through education, training, structures, and system development is the key towards national and global competitiveness. This approach enables the organization to efficiently achieve its set of objectives.

Local Training. On the current courses, students are required meet the mandated proficiency mark set by the Coast Guard Education and Training Doctrine and Development Research Center (DDRC). It also contains the instructional practice being used and how those practices affect a student’s performance.

Realizing that this command needs some improvement particularly on special and technological aspect, as well as the educational trends in order to be globally competitive, there is a need to identify the best practices in instruction.

The PCG recently held a simultaneous convening for the various courses being conducted by the Command. Theses include, inter alia, The Coast Guard Officers Course Class(CGPC) 10 – 09, Candidate Coast Guardsman Course Class(CGMC) 18-09 abroad Coast Guard Training Facility, Lower Bicutan, Taguig City, the Basic Underwater Special Operation Course (BUSOC), K9 Handlers Course at Coast Guard Base Farola ,Maritime Security (MARSEC) at Coast Guard District Northern Luzon, Maritime Safety Administration (MARSAD) at CG District Western Visayas, Coast Guard Staff Course(CGSC) at CGETC, CG Base Farola, General Operation Technician Course(GOTC) at CGWCEISS, Mandaluyong City , Aids to Navigation Course(ATON) at HMSSC, Sangley Point, Cavite City.

Currently, there are also tow(2) officers taking – up Master in Ship Management at PMMA Graduate School, two (2) officers taking up Public  Safety Officers Senior Executive Course at NPC, Fort Bonifacio, and tow (2) Enlisted Personnel taking up Public Safety Investigation  and Detection Course at General Headquarters (GHQ).

As future leaders, PCG officers as well as senior enlisted personnel need to have the full capabilities particularly with planning and decision-making Leadership capabilities as well as management skills need to be given emphasis as preparation for bigger responsibility.

FOREIGN TRAINING. With the goal of being the best among others and being globally competitive, it is essential that the specialized skills and trainings attained by individuals are shared and applied to the organization.

In today’s complex environment and much competition from various counterparts abroad, PCH personnel must possess efficiency in the different aspects of learning in order to be equally competitive with other students. Fluency in the international language is beneficial and can be considered an advantage particularly in better comprehension and communication.

The Office CG-12 for Education and Training is tasked to recommend and select able and efficient candidates and PCG’s proponents to the various training abroad through the Education and Training Board (ETB) that assesses requirements, eligibility and determines the personnel’s training needs.

The personnel’s capability to adjust to a foreign culture, as well as, foreign language capability reaches beyond the roles of linguistics, intelligence, analysts. Theses delivery strategies as well as the inherent professionalism, conduct, leadership skills, effective performance and competencies are key contributors in achieving quality output and identifying the future developments.

By providing continuous personnel improvement through the various PCG leadership development programs, the Command is able to enhance the professional management quality of its personnel.

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Flower Shop in Makati | Featured Flowers for the third week of August.

 

 

For the month of August and for our featured flower of the week, we are featuring 3 flowers or blooms that match our current month. These are the Black Eyed Susan flowers, Bottle Gentian flower and the Dense Blazingstar flower.

For the first flower we are featuring, Black Eyed Susan is covered with brilliant yellow flowers with jet-black centers for up to three months in summer and fall, often right up to the first hard frost. Grows two-to-five feet tall. This plant is a favorite of many home gardeners. The species is a short-lived perennial, often living only two or three years. It produces copious amounts of seed and quickly re-seeds itself. It is also the State Flower of Maryland. For our second featured flower, the deep bluish purple flowers of Bottle Gentian never fully open, giving them their characteristic bottle-like appearance. Its shape prevents all but the largest insects from entering. Bumblebees force themselves inside by pushing the petals apart. One of the last plants to bloom in fall, it grows one-to-two feet tall. And for our last featured flower, the dense Blazing Star features bold purple flower clusters on tall spikes. The flowers are very attractive to butterflies and moths. The fluffy flowers bloom from top to bottom on the spikes which can reach six feet tall. Blooms burst forth in July and last into September.

Our flower shop in Makati,Yourflowerpatchfeatures different flowers to educate you of different types of flowers and their respective symbolism. August in the philippines is the rainiest month (except on the eastern seaboard, Regions IVA (CALABARZON) and V (Bicol Region) where it’s the driest), you’ll probably get awesome discounts on tours and accommodation. Durian season, a popular fruit, begins in Mindanao and surf season launches in Siargao. Also did you know that august is history month in the philippines? History Month is observed in August by virtue of Proclamation No. 339 signed on Feb. 26, 2012 by then President Benigno Aquino III. By doing so, the proclamation moved History Week, previously observed from Sept. 15 to 21, to August and made it a month-long celebration. Going back, for this month and week, which is the 3rd week, let’s start with for flower arrangements we would suggestFP-V343 Lovely Yellow Tulips and 1 Stem of Orchard-fresh Stargazer Lily in a Vase price at 2,795.00,FP-B295Bouquet of 1 stem Orchard-fresh Stargazer, 3pcs Vibrant Orange Gerbera with Happy Birthday Balloon and Panda 12" in height price at 2,495.00,FP-B263Bouquet of 1 Dozen Elegant white Roses with Hoodie Bear price at 2,495.00,FP-B297Bouquet of Mixed Flowers, 3 Stem of freshly picked sunflowers, 1 stem Orchard-fresh stargazer, 6pcs Vibrant Gerbera, 6pcs Traditional red roses, 3pcs Blooming Carnation and mums price at 4,695.00 andFP-B231Bouquet of 6 Delicate Korean Roses price at 2,195.00.

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Bureau of Immigration (BI) officers at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) recently barred from leaving the country seven undocumented overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) who attempted to depart in the guise of being tourists. BI Port Operations Acting Chief, Grifton Medina said the passengers were deferred to depart after being intercepted on separate occasions last week at NAIA Terminal 2 and 3.

“They were not allowed to leave after they admitted under questioning that they are not tourists but are actually going abroad to work,” He said. He reiterated his warning to those who intend to work overseas not to evade the travel requirements for OFWs by pretending to be tourists as “there is very little chance you will not be caught by our vigilant immigration officers at the airports.” Reports submitted by the Travel Control and Enforcememt Unit (TCEU) Head, Ma. Timotea C. Barizo to BI Commissioner Jaime Morente disclosed that two of the passengers were intercepted at NAIA 2 last Sept. 14 as they were about to depart for Hongkong. They were barred to depart after they were noticed traveling with a woman who is in the bureau’s alert list of suspected human traffickers facilitating the deployment of undocumented workers abroad. On Sept. 15, four Malta-bound “tourist workers” were apprehended at the NAIA 2 departure area after they presented questionable documents regarding the purpose of their travel. They initially claimed they were attending a symposium but later admitted during interview that they were hired to work as maids in Malta. They further alleged that each of them gave P500,000 to their handler in return for processing their travel documents and visas. Barizo also reported the interception last Sept. 17 of a Filipina bound for Istanbul, Turkey who was caught in possession of a fraudulent overseas employment certificate. All seven passengers were turned over to the NAIA Task Force Against Trafficking in Person (NAIATFAT) for further investigation.

MISSION STATEMENT

Tour of Duty: To promote safety of life and property at sea, safeguard the marine environment and resources, enforce all applicable laws within the Philippine waters, assist in maritime security operations, conduct search and rescue, and perform other activities in support of national development.

Mission Analysis

Tour of Duty: The major areas of government concerns under President Aquino’s administration are Transformational Leadership, Economy, Government Service, Gender Equality, Peace and Order, and Environment. Through transparent and accountable leadership, the PCG will continue to make itself more relevant as a multi-mission ma service-oriented organization. A sound economy will entail an efficient, safe, secure, environmentally-responsible and seamless maritime transportation system.

Hence, as a 24/7 seagoing agency, it is the inherent duty of the PCG to promote safety of life and property at sea. The unpredictable surge of weather caused by global climate change indicated the need for the PCG to further develop its capability as the premier maritime search and res. cue agency and at the same time, as a disaster response agency in support of the National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (NDRRMC) and the LGUs.

The Philippines being blessed with pristine beaches and awesome wonders of nature has become one of the prime tourist destinations in Asia. With the potential of the tourist industry to further enhance the economy of the country, there is a need to upgrade and maintain the security and integrity of our country and its marine environment. Thus, the PCG must be sufficiently manned, well-equipped and prepared to address both the traditional and emerging challenges.

As champions of the environment, the PCG continues to safeguard the country's rich marine resources from threats due to maritime accidents and other irresponsible uses of seas and other navigable waterways. Through effective law enforcement and enhanced security coverage along the country's ports, harbors, and maritime destinations, the PCG will make sure that terrorism, piracy and other forms of illegal activities have no place in our waterways and shores.

Through effective and sustained coordination and interoperability with the other armed services and agencies of the government, our country will be assured that unlawful groups are provided neither haven nor refuge. This will be realized through PCG's increasing capacity for Presence, Preparedness, Partnership, Professionalism, and Passion to serve.

In the light of these contemporaneous developments, the PCG is in process of upgrading, acquiring, and maintaining its modest capability through

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The District Director gave an overview about ongoing and upcoming projects, events and the importance of minutes of meetings, after activity reports and the directives of the National Auxiliary Director. 
The Dep. Director for Administration gave an overview of the most important activities of PCG and PCGA in Bohol such as: emphasizing on Maritime Safety, Maritime Security, Maritime SAR, high level meetings with the Governor, and meetings with the DENR regarding carrying capacities and 20m easements. Other government representatives from the LGU’s of municipalities and the Province, NGOs such as PADO, PTC, ABCAI, PCCI, etc. were also present during the DENR meeting. 


One of the highlights of the PCG projects in Bohol is the installation of a radar system on Balicasag island. Another urgent project in close coordination with the Commander CGS is the creation of a Bohol Search And Rescue/Recovery team or unit consists of qualified PCG/PCGA officers and non-officers. As for the Province the creation of a Provincial Security and Safety Command Center involving the martime AOR’s as well as topside AOR’s is planned as suggested by the Governor of Bohol. The next meeting re that command center will commence ASAP with the Governor and his executive staff, some technical people, the Commander CGS Bohol and the Dep. Director CGADCVA, Commanders from AFP and PNP as well as others. It will be a briefing on some proposed technical interventions that can address both the peace and order and the disaster preparedness of the province. The Commander CGS Bohol is also preparing to activate new CGSS’s as well as a Coast Guard Training Center. 
Upcoming project: Medical and Dental Missions at Cabilao Island, Loon jointly initiated by CGS Bohol, CGMED Svc- CV, CG Dental Svc- CV, PCGA Bohol, LGU-Loon and Tzu Chi Foundation.

The squadron director’s present or their representatives forwarded after activity reports, and reported further on their accomplished, ongoing and upcoming activities. 
Present were:
CGADCVD, CGADCVOP, CGADCVA, 201st Squad, 203rd Squad, 207th Squad and 209th Squad as well as the PCG D7 Deputy. 
CAPT HOLGER HORN PCGA

As Commandant of the Philippine Coast Guard from 01 June 2008 to 22 April 2011, ADMIRAL WILFREDO D TAMAYO PCG exhibited exemplary dedication to his sworn duty as he carried out efficiently and effectively his immense duties and responsibilities. Endowed with high sense of responsibility, professional competence, and technical expertise, ADMIRAL TAMAYO successfully steered the Philippine Coast Guard towards new direction. Leading the PCG to the right course brings the organization the following landmark accomplishments:  

  • Setting new direction results to the enactment of Republic Act 9993, otherwise known as the Philippine Coast Guard Law of 2009.
  • Awarding of Quality Management System (QMS/ISO 9001:2008 Certification to the Coast Guard Action Center. This makes the PCG the second Coast Guard in the world to be awarded such certification.
  • Imbued with administrative and operational expertise, ADMIRAL TAMAYO effectively led five (5) Major Support Commands, ten (10) Districts, fifty-five (55) Stations, three (3) Sub-stations and two hundred seven (207) Detachments towards the virtual attainment of the President’s Zero Casualty Program and relatedly, the SOTC’s Zero Maritime Accident Program.
  • Because of his strong commitment to carry out national policies, he immediately responded to the instruction of His Excellency President Benigno Simeon C. Aquino III during the onslaught of typhoon Basyang last 14 July 2010 for the PCG to study and develop procedures in notifying or recalling fishermen during severe weather conditions. He initiated the crafting of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), thru the assistance of the DOTC, and held a series of interagency meetings and workshops which led to the approval and signing of said MOA essential to harmonizing and integrating the efforts of 12 government departments and agencies to enhance the safety of fishermen.
  • Following the onslaught of typhoon “Frank” in 2008, the PCG, after extensive consultation with PAGASA, partner government agencies, maritime stakeholders and expert groups, developed and formulated an improved sailing regulation for vessels. With the enactment and implementation of PCG Memorandum Circular No. 01-09 entitled, “Guidelines on Movement of Vessels During Heavy Weather”, the new sailing regulation integrated crucial safeguards and innovations to further improve maritime safety in the country including a new PAGASA forecasting graphical representation for easy reference of shipping in every weather bulletin of areas to be avoided by vessels during weather disturbances or typhoons.
  • In response to the clamor of the people of Guimaras and Boracay Islands, and considering the unique topographical characteristic of the said areas, the PCG after extensive study, enacted PCG Memorandum Circular 02-10 or the Interim Guidelines on Movement of Vessels and Motorboats Engaged in Short Distance Voyages in Special Areas thereby providing a long time solution to the problem affecting the movement of the populace in the said areas without sacrificing the promotion of safety of life at sea.

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