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As we get older, we all experience the occasional ache or pain. Sometimes it happens after an intense workout session. Other times, we wake up in the morning and have achy knees for no discernable reason. These pains, usually referred to as acute pains, are common and often dissipate.

Sciatica and lower back pain, on the other hand, is a very different beast. It's experienced by 40% of Americans at some point in their lives. Suffering from sciatica and lower back pain can be debilitating and life-altering.

Sciatica and lower back pain are more than just physical - they're also stressful, bothersome, and all-encompassing. They cause normal men and women to become reclusive, depressed, and unable to enjoy life's pleasures. If you're suffering from sciatica or lower back pain, you might feel like all hope is lost. But the doctors and specialists at Texas Nerve and Spine are here to tell you that you do not have to continue to suffer.

In fact, sciatica and lower back pain relief in Richmond, TX, is more achievable than you might think, and it doesn't have to involve harmful surgeries or addictive pain medications.

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The Texas Nerve and Spine Difference

At our nerve and spine clinic in Texas, we have a simple philosophy: Treat every patient the same way that you would treat your parent, spouse, or child if they were patients at Texas Nerve and Spine. As a family-owned and operated institution, that's just the way we do business. While some spine and nerve pain clinics focus solely on monetary transactions and ROI, we prefer to put our patients' needs first before anything else. And that, in a nutshell, is what sets Texas Nerve and Spine apart from all the others.

We supplement our patient-first philosophy with innovative sciatica and lower back pain therapies. Our therapies restore our patients' health while correcting the underlying causes of their spine and nerve issues without relying on damaging pharmaceutical drugs or expensive, invasive surgeries.

It all starts with our unique Brain to Body system - a cutting-edge approach developed specifically for people with chronic pain and nerve diseases. This system also helps treat patients suffering from a wide range of conditions, including:

  • Chronic Pain
  • Sports Injuries
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Sciatica
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Scoliosis
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Diabetic Neuropathy
  • Idiopathic Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Trigeminal Neuralgia
  • Post-Surgical Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Problems with Balance
  • Vertigo
  • Herniated Discs
  • Muscle Weakness
  • Extremity Tingling and Numbness
  • Migraines

If you're in search of an expert panel of nerve and pain doctors who provide lasting relief and world-class therapies for nerve diseases and chronic pain, our team is here to serve you.

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How the Brain to Body System Provides Sciatica and Lower Back Pain Relief in Richmond, TX

To reverse sciatica and lower back pain, the areas that have become weak due to disease or injury must be strengthened. This includes your brain, nerves, muscles, blood vessels, and cells. Our experts here at Texas Nerve and Spine developed the most advanced pain and nerve therapy system to do all of this and more, and we call it the Brain to Body System.

Our Brain to Body System helps restore your health and corrects the causes of your problems. Unlike treatments from other nerve and spine clinics, our system provides long-term relief without relying on invasive surgeries or dangerously addictive pharmaceutical medications.

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To understand how our Brain to Body System solves sciatica, lower back pain, and other similar conditions, you need a basic knowledge of the conditions themselves. That way, you can understand why so many who suffer from them rarely improve.

Sciatica and lower back pain can cause a domino effect within your body. It starts with inflammation, which leads to decreased blood supply. This reduced blood supply results in a lack of oxygen. When your body doesn't get enough oxygen, it loses crucial nutrients that your body needs. This progressive effect often leads to more long-term problems.

Stimulate New Nerve Pathways Stimulate New Nerve Pathways
Strengthen and Grow Muscles Strengthen and Grow Muscles
Promotes Cellular Repair Promotes Cellular Repair
 Lower Back Pain Richmond, TX Improves Circulation and Blood Flow

Our Brain to Body System is central to our approach to sciatica and lower back pain relief in Richmond, TX. By following the Brain to Body system, we can provide several services to patients suffering from sciatica and lower back pain.

Exercise with Oxygen Therapy

Here's a fact you might not know: Breathing in higher levels of oxygen than you normally take in actually helps improve your health. Also called EWOT, exercising with oxygen is a technique that increases oxygen circulation at a much more rapid pace than oxygen therapy alone.

How Does EWOT Work?

At Texas Nerve and Spine, our doctors use the NuStep Recumbent Cross Trainer to help achieve the aforementioned benefits. This specialized machine trains your muscles, brain, and nerves to work together, which supports your body's healing processes. While using the NuStep Recumbent Cross Trainer, patients are hooked up to an oxygen generator to enjoy the benefits of EWOT and reach their sciatica and lower back pain relief goals.

you oxygenate your blood with EWOT, it can have amazing benefits that can:

  • Restore Blood Flow
  • Improve Oxygen Circulation
  • Reduce Inflammation
  • Boost Energy 
  • Increase Strength
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Flexion/Distraction Therapy

Many patients who visit Texas Nerve and Spine are suffering from sciatica and lower back pain. They require the right kind of care from highly specialized doctors. If you're in search of a safe, gentle, controlled treatment for sciatica and lower back pain, Flexion Distraction therapy may be for you.

How Does Flexion/Distraction Therapy Work?

Finding relief for sciatica and/or lower back pain is often easier said than done. Fortunately, relief is right around the corner at Texas Nerve and Spine. Our Flexion/Distraction Table stretches the spine safely and gently, allowing injured tissue and damaged discs the chance to heal and become hydrated, which lets the affected area recover more effectively and efficiently.

Patients looking for sciatica and lower back pain relief in Richmond, TX choose Flexion Distraction therapy because it: 

  • Significantly Reduces Spinal Pain
  • Fosters Healing in Damaged Discs
  • Removes Pressure on Spinal Nerves
  • Is Non-Invasive 
  • Is Cost-Effective
  • Does Not Require Downtime
  • Has No Risk of Infection
  • Provides Quicker, Easier Healing

Laser Therapy

Millions of adults in America suffer from sciatica and lower back pain, so it makes sense that most of them want a solution that doesn't require pain medication or harmful surgery. That's where laser therapy from Texas Nerve and Spine comes into play. Laser therapy has been used for therapeutic purposes in medical environments for years. In fact, it is FDA-approved and backed by more than 2,500 research studies, which have demonstrated its efficacy in pain relief in Richmond, TX.

How Does Laser Therapy Work?

Though laser therapy is a common option, not all lasers are the same. Our Class IV laser therapy, used in all applicable programs, is the most efficacious and powerful laser available for tissue healing and regeneration and healing. Class IV lasers use photobiomodulation, which provides excellent results for sciatica and lower back pain.

Our chronic pain patients choose laser therapy from Texas Nerve and Spine because it:

  • Provides Significant Relief Without Pain or Side Effects
  • Cost-Effective
  • Reduce Inflammation
  • Boost Blood Flow
  • Accelerate Tissue Repair
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Motor Function Re-Training Therapy

When your motor functions are limited or non-existent due to sciatica and lower back pain, it can ruin your life. You lose the ability to be independent - one of the hallmarks of being human. Fortunately, with motor function re-training at Texas Nerve and Spine, patients suffering have a light at the end of the tunnel. This type of specialized physical therapy helps people recover from sciatica and lower back pain that leave their motor functions lacking. The goal of motor function re-training is to regain coordination and strength in the areas affecting the patient.

Motor function re-training therapy is a crucial part of the motor function rehabilitation process because it helps patients regain the independence they lost. Perhaps equally important, it also helps them return to their original level of motor function or better.

How Does Motor Function Re-Training Work?

Based on our Brain to Body system, our specialists design custom exercise programs based on our patient's motor function needs. Depending on the type of injury and lack of motor skills associated with it, we may also use electrical stimulation and other modalities for more effective therapy and recovery.

Motor function re-training provides many benefits for affected patients, including:

  • Improved Flexibility
  • More Strength
  • Better Range of Motion
  • Re-Claim Independence
  • Live a Normal Life
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Myofascial Release Therapy

Myofascial Release therapy gives patients sciatica and lower back pain relief in Richmond, TX, and boosts joint mobility by loosening up restricted, tight muscles. Though there are similarities to traditional massages, myofascial release therapy focuses on soft tissues and the muscular system in your body to relieve tension and stress on muscles.

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How Does Myofascial Release Therapy Work?

Restricted muscles have reduced blood flow and less oxygen. When this happens, it leads to limited movement and pain that is often intense. Our program uses state-of-the-art technology to apply acute, high-velocity vibration directly to the affected tissue to provide the patient with the environment necessary to increase mobility which, over time, can exponentially reduce pain.

Benefits of this type of therapy include:

  • Improved Tissue Recovery
  • Reduced Soreness
  • Improved Joint Range of Motion
  • Improved Blood Flow
  • Better Neuromuscular Efficiency

Neuro Activation Wall Therapy

As is the case with any spinal cord injury, the nerves around the spine get weak. When this happens, pain develops, and recovery is halted. Suppose you're searching for a safe, effective way to deal with a painful spine issue like sciatica and lower back pain relief. In that case, neuro impulse therapy is a great chronic nerve pain therapy in City, State. Unlike common chiropractic treatments, this advanced therapy does not involve any "cracking" or significant adjustments.

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How Does Neuro Activation Wall Therapy Work?

Any type of injury can cause dysfunction and weakness in your brain. To improve cognition and the neurological connection between the brain, the muscles, and the nerves, some injured patients choose to undergo interactive neurocognitive therapy using our neuro activation wall. Our neuro activation wall retains, strengthens, and restores proper function to the brain and nervous system without relying on medications or outlandish therapies.

Texas Nerve and Spine patients choose neuro activation wall therapy because it:

  • Improves Cognition
  • Strengthens Nerves That Have Been Damaged
  • Boosts Balance and Mobility
  • Is Non-Invasive
  • Does Not Require Addictive Medicines
  • Does Not Require Recovery Time 
  • Does Not Present Any Risk of Infection

Neuro Impulse Therapy

Suppose you're searching for a safe, effective way to deal with a painful spine issue like sciatica or lower back pain. In that case, neuro impulse therapy is a great pain therapy in City, State. Unlike common chiropractic treatments, this advanced therapy does not involve any "cracking" or significant adjustments.

How Does Neuro Impulse Therapy Work?

Neuro Impulse Therapy works by using very specific impulses directed at the area causing pain. These targeted impulses send a signal to your body so that it can begin healing and repairing your body naturally. Benefits of this therapy include:

  • Re-Training Nerves to Work Again
  • Strengthen Nerves
  • Dramatically Speed Up Injury Recovery
  • Quickly Reduces Pain
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Neuropathy Rehabilitation

Peripheral neuropathy occurs when there is a lack of blood flow to the nerves in areas like your feet and hands. When these nerves are devoid of blood, they begin to decay and degenerate because they don't have enough oxygen or nutrients. Eventually, the nerves in your body shrivel up, causing pain, numbness, balance problems, and other painful symptoms.

How Does Peripheral Neuropathy Rehabilitation Work?

Our Brain to Body program works wonders for neuropathy issues like these by using state-of-the-art technology like laser therapy and personalized, strategic plans of action created around our patient's needs. If you're looking for both short and long-term pain relief from peripheral neuropathy, this could be the solution you need.

Spinal Decompression Therapy

Spinal conditions range in severity from barely noticeable to absolutely crippling. To get to the bottom of your spine conditions, our team uses X-Rays to pinpoint the location of your spine's disease. From there, we craft a custom rehabilitation program that addresses the underlying causes of your spine pain. Often, part of that therapy includes spinal decompression.

How Does Spinal Decompression Therapy Work?

Spinal decompression works by gently stretching the spine. When the spine is stretched, it changes its position. This change relieves pressure off the discs in your spine, which act as cushions in your back. By creating negative pressure, herniated and bulging discs retract, giving the nerves and structures in your back relief. This relief sends nutrient-rich fluids and oxygen to the discs in your back so they can heal properly.

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Your Path to Chronic Pain Recovery Starts at Texas Nerve and Spine

Sciatica and lower back pain can be debilitating. But they do not have to be permanent. Your journey to a pain-free life starts with a simple four-step process at Texas Nerve and Spine:

  • Pain Management
  • Sports Medicine
  • Chiropractic Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Acupuncture
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Latest News in Richmond, TX

Costco Buys 20 Acres for New Store

RICHMOND, Texas – (Realty News Report) – Costco has acquired 20 acres for a new store that will be built in the Aliana master planned community in Fort Bend County on the southwest side of the Houston area.Costco is constructing a 154,648-sf store, is planning a summer opening for the store which will be adjacent to the Grand Parkway.The site was acquired from Houston NewQuest Properties, which is de...

RICHMOND, Texas – (Realty News Report) – Costco has acquired 20 acres for a new store that will be built in the Aliana master planned community in Fort Bend County on the southwest side of the Houston area.

Costco is constructing a 154,648-sf store, is planning a summer opening for the store which will be adjacent to the Grand Parkway.

The site was acquired from Houston NewQuest Properties, which is developing retail in Aliana.

The Costco project is kicking off NewQuest’s 250,000-sf expansion of the Grand at Aliana, a 400,000-sf mixed-use development with nearly one mile of frontage on the Grand Parkway/TX 99.

“Costco joining the Grand at Aliana validates the strength of the market and rounds out our traffic-generating anchors to further protect the long-term value of the overall project for future and existing occupants,” says Austin Alvis, president of the Houston-based brokerage and development firm.

NewQuest has been methodically developing the 80-acre Grand at Aliana since 2018. The regional development’s next phase will include multifamily units, medical facilities, freestanding restaurants and 20,000 SF of additional restaurant and retail space.

“Phase III is the final commercial development piece of the Aliana community,” Alvis says. “We are thankful to have been able to work with the master-planned community developer, Airia, to bring additional essential retail and services to Aliana.”

The Issaquah, Wash.-based Costco chain has warehouses in Katy and Sugar Land, which are six and 10 miles, respectively, from the Grand at Aliana. Costco has 38 locations in Texas and 870 worldwide.

Costco’s development site is located at the intersection of West Airport Drive and the Grand Parkway, the primary access point connecting several master-planned communities to the

commercial corridor and freeways. The warehouse will neighbor NewQuest’s proposed multifamily development, separated only by an interior road in the Grand at Aliana.

The Grand at Aliana’s immediate trade area has a population of roughly 153,000 and growing as is the housing inventory, which will soon be up to 80,000 homes. The average annual income is $146,000 within a one-mile radius of the development.

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The Swinging Door in Richmond closing after 50 years

RICHMOND, Texas – A popular BBQ restaurant in Richmond has announced they will be closing after 50 years in business.Steven Onstad, owner of The Swinging Door, took to Facebook to announce the closure.“Being a huge part Fort Bend County the past 50 years I want to give a big THANK YOU to all of our wonderful customers, customers that became friends, friends that became family and especially all my employees throughout the years that created the backbone of this establishment,” Onstad said. &ld...

RICHMOND, Texas – A popular BBQ restaurant in Richmond has announced they will be closing after 50 years in business.

Steven Onstad, owner of The Swinging Door, took to Facebook to announce the closure.

“Being a huge part Fort Bend County the past 50 years I want to give a big THANK YOU to all of our wonderful customers, customers that became friends, friends that became family and especially all my employees throughout the years that created the backbone of this establishment,” Onstad said. “It has been a honor to be a part of the last 50 years of memories. We have been blessed to have been of service to this area. However, this old BBQ guy has decided to move on to another chapter in life, that being said Swinging Door is closing its doors.”

According to the restaurant’s website, The Swinging Door opened on Labor Day in 1973. As the business grew, a dance hall was added onto it. The restaurant had many special guests, including many from the legendary Houston Oilers football team such as Earl Campbell.

Longtime customer Karen Bringol said the food and the staff has been keeping her and her family coming back since 1983.

“It’s just a family tradition and it’s gonna be sad to see it go but he gets a chance to retire and do what he wants to do,” Bringol said.

Don Mayhall said he is part of a bike group that’s been dining at the restaurant every Wednesday since 1988.

“It’s the atmosphere,” Mayhall said. “It’s got a rustic atmosphere and the BBQ matches the rustic atmosphere.”

Mayhall said with the Swinging Door closing on May 14th, next Wednesday will be their last.

Onstad said he’ll miss the customers, but he has to close one door in order to open another.

“I’m just looking to do some new stuff. I’ve done we ought of this, ridden the roller coaster ride ever since the pandemic things have changed and it’s definitely changed my attitude,” Onstad said. “It’s not as much fun as it used to be so I’m looking to start a new chapter, do some new things, get out, do a little fishing, spend time with my grandson. Work on my tan laying by the pool enjoying a cocktail or whatever.”

'Can you dig it?' Shaq's Big Chicken restaurant opens this week in Fort Bend County

RICHMOND, Texas — Shaq is back with another serving of Big Chicken in the Houston area!The restaurant chain founded by NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal will open its newest location in Richmond on Wednesday, Aug. 30. It's located at 3415 FM 762, across from the Brazos Town Center.Editor note: The a...

RICHMOND, Texas — Shaq is back with another serving of Big Chicken in the Houston area!

The restaurant chain founded by NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal will open its newest location in Richmond on Wednesday, Aug. 30. It's located at 3415 FM 762, across from the Brazos Town Center.

Editor note: The above video is from the grand opening of the Big Chicken on Westheimer.

A Big Chicken on Westheimer near South Gessner Road opened earlier this summer. Shaq attended the grand opening but there's no word if he'll be in Richmond this week.

“They say everything’s bigger in Texas, and Big Chicken’s BIG food, BIG flavor and BIG fun are no exception," Richmond co-owner Fazil Malik said.

According to its website, Big Chicken takes Shaq's "home-cooked childhood favorites and adds today’s trending flavors."

The menu includes crispy chicken sandwiches, tenders and Cheez-It® crusted mac n’ cheese.

Some items are named after O'Neal's family and friends with a few of his nicknames mixed in. The "Big Cookie" is "literally the circumference of an NBA basketball," according to Shaq.

To celebrate the Richmond grand opening, the first 34 guests in line will receive Big Chicken sandwiches for a year, limited to one sandwich per week in honor of Shaq's NBA jersey number.

“Since the moment we signed the lease on our first location in Houston, we’ve been on the hunt for the perfect site for our next Big Chicken. We look forward to introducing Richmond residents to a high-quality menu that is made up of Shaquille’s home-cooked favorites," Fazil said.

He and partners Frank Fazil and Noordin Jhaver plan to open 50 Big Chickens across the Lone Star State.

Big Chicken was founded in 2018 with the first spot opening in Las Vegas. The company also ships its goodies nationwide.

ABC13 Game of the Week: Randle-Brenham matchup is a family affair for both teams

RICHMOND, Texas (KTRK) -- ABC13's Game of the Week for Week 6 is a family affair and more proof that we're living in a small world after all.This past week, the ABC13 Localish team uncovered what the Richmond-Rosenberg area has to offer, but little did Eyewitness Sports know that a family connection would be part of it.You see, Randle High School is one of the youngest campuses in our area - 3 years old, to be exact. Wh...

RICHMOND, Texas (KTRK) -- ABC13's Game of the Week for Week 6 is a family affair and more proof that we're living in a small world after all.

This past week, the ABC13 Localish team uncovered what the Richmond-Rosenberg area has to offer, but little did Eyewitness Sports know that a family connection would be part of it.

You see, Randle High School is one of the youngest campuses in our area - 3 years old, to be exact. What's even younger is the Lamar Consolidated ISD school's football program, which is currently in its second year in Class 5A-2, Region III, District 10.

Like any brand new program, the Randle Lions debuted last season still trying to find their footing at 4-6, including 2-4 in the district, but head coach Brian Randle has the team running on all cylinders, winning four of its first five games, including three straight shut-out victories to start 2023-2024.

If you just noticed, Coach Randle is indeed coaching for Randle High School. That's because the sideline general is the son of the person that the campus is named after: longtime educator Dr. Thomas E. Randle.

And remember when we mentioned that the Game of the Week is a family affair? The Randle Lions have a district showdown Friday with Brenham High School, which was where Coach Randle's father and mother graduated.

The younger Randle told Eyewitness Sports many of his aunts and uncles are coming in roughly an hour and a half away to watch a gridiron battle with family bragging rights on the line.

When asked if this is a must-win, Coach Randle said, "Absolutely."

"It's pride. I tell the boys, 'You gotta play for pride.' But, this one means a bunch," the coach said about the matchup, which should now be a regular occurrence for years to come.

He also explained that he's using his legacy as a lesson to his players, that their last names should be elevated.

"It's tough because they named the building after my dad," Coach Randle said with a smile. "Me and my brothers, we're working really hard to elevate some things. We tell the boys that all the time. It's all about elevation, and I think that kind of helps. It helps them understand the importance of one's namesake."

So, Coach Randle and his family have something rare at play, which is no different from what one of Friday night's athletes in this game is experiencing.

It's not every year that a freshman in high school gets attention from colleges, but that's exactly what's going on with Landen Williams-Callis.

Landen just turned 15 and has played in just five high school varsity football games, but he's drawn the attention of some of the biggest and best college programs in the country.

Georgia offered him a scholarship last week, and Oregon did the same Thursday. He also holds offers from Texas A&M, TCU, and Penn State, to name a few.

Well, Coach Randle will take some family pride with him. His squad defeated Brenham, 52-28.

Couple arrested after fight between parents led to shooting at youth football game in Richmond

RICHMOND, Texas (KTRK) -- Two people have been arrested after shots were fired after a youth football game in Richmond on Saturday.Brittany Quynh Tram Flowers, 25, is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Kalvin Alex Flowers, 36, is charged with injury to a child with intent to cause bodily injury.The Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office did not provide any further details about what the couple is accused of doing. ABC13 has reached out for more information.On Saturday, deputies received a call about a distu...

RICHMOND, Texas (KTRK) -- Two people have been arrested after shots were fired after a youth football game in Richmond on Saturday.

Brittany Quynh Tram Flowers, 25, is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Kalvin Alex Flowers, 36, is charged with injury to a child with intent to cause bodily injury.

The Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office did not provide any further details about what the couple is accused of doing. ABC13 has reached out for more information.

On Saturday, deputies received a call about a disturbance at Harlem Road Park at about 11:50 a.m.

According to the Fort Bend Youth Football League's executive board, a number of parents got into several fights when one of them pulled out a gun and began firing shots.

ORIGINAL REPORT: Shots fired during fight between parents at youth football game at Richmond park

ABC13 learned a 13-year-old girl was allegedly assaulted and sustained injuries. A man was also grazed by a bullet and taken to the hospital for treatment.

Numerous witnesses spoke with ABC13 off the record, saying there is more to the story, adding that the Flowers acted in self-defense. They would not speak on camera because they said the Fort Bend Youth Football League would not allow them to.

The league confirmed to ABC13 that they would not allow anyone to speak to the media, saying in an email, "We are trying to investigate and allow the Fort Bend Sheriff's Department to investigate. Please allow both parties to get an accurate account of what happened first."

Videos taken of the initial scuffles that show a referee being knocked to the ground, as well as videos of the moment gunshots were fired, were provided to ABC13 Tuesday.

The Fort Bend Youth Football League and Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office separately asked ABC13 to share the videos with them.

The league emphasized that guns and fights are prohibited at all of their events.

The youth football league issued the following statement to families after the incident:

"We want to extend our sincerest apologies to the families of the Sugarland Cowboys and Southwest Broncos organizations who were victims of bad behavior by a few adults. Unfortunately, parents and volunteers cannot behave in a manner suitable for a youth sports activity. The children in this league go to practice three nights a week to showcase what they have practiced every Saturday. As parents and spectators, our job is to cheer for them positively. Today's incident should never have happened at a youth sporting event.Today, we had parents get into several altercations, resulting in one parent pulling a gun and firing shots. This behavior is never acceptable. Guns and physical altercations are forbidden at all FBYFL events. FBYFL and local authorities will take the appropriate measures to remove all associated with today's incident.FBYFL does not condone fighting by anyone, and handguns are never to be allowed at any FBYFL event. Parents sign a code of conduct upon registering any child, and FBYFL makes everyone aware of our gun policy, in which we hold parents and guests to this contractual agreement. FBYFL works hard to prevent incidents such as this. Each field must have a licensed peace officer at every game or event. We put rules and policies in place with severe punishments and fines to deter such behavior.We pray that everyone is okay from today's incident.As this is still an active investigation, FBYFL will not be putting out any additional statements until the local authorities have gathered all the information and we have access to the full report."

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Kalvin Flowers' bond is set at $50,000, but he remains in jail. Brittany Flowers' bond has not been set.

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