7, 2013, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with Lou Paradise, a decorated
Marine Corps veteran who served two tours of duty in Vietnam as a helicopter combat/rescue crew chief who invented a safe,
effective pain reliever to cope with his own pain issues: Topricin Pain Relief and Healing Cream.
Program Date: February 7, 2013
Program Time: 1500 hours, PACIFIC
Topic: Military Innovators and
Paradise founded Topical BioMedics in 1994 following 25 years of interest in the application of herbal and homeopathic medicines
and nutritional supplements to stimulate health and healing. His enthusiasm, insight, and perseverance during a 10-year research
and development phase led to the company’s breakthrough product, Topricin® Pain Relief and Healing Cream. Lou was
inspired to create Topricin while exploring ways to alleviate his own pain caused by a severe case of bi-lateral Carpal Tunnel
Syndrome - a condition he developed from injuries sustained as a decorated Marine Corps
helicopter combat and rescue crew chief in Vietnam
Lou developed two new products now manufactured and marketed by Topical BioMedics: award-winning Topricin® Foot Therapy
Cream, specifically formulated to treat and help heal foot and ankle issues, and Topricin® Junior, created to address
the safety issues and concerns of parents and doctors in the pediatric pain relief category.
serves as an expert speaker on the use of natural medicines, conducts pain management seminars, and has participated in addressing
compliance issues related to the regulation of natural medicines as a member of the American Association of Homeopathic Pharmacists.
He regularly speaks to clinical audiences on the use of his company’s proprietary technologies in the treatment of acute
and chronic pain and trauma injury as a compliment to primary care, bridging natural medicines and the medical community,
and other aspects of health and wellness. Formerly, Lou worked in the brokerage and aerospace industries.
is especially interested and active in issues regarding the treatment of the elderly, women, and children, and his fellow
veterans in VA medical centers.