About Kenny Owens

Kenny Owens is a world-renowned body-worker who invented a bodywork approach which gives substantial results when all other known systems fail. Kenny suffered chronic suicidal pain in 1980 which led to his discoveries about the role of muscles regarding pain, disease, dysfunction, and disability. This led to the creation of Myofascial Science, aka muscular health science. and Delos Therapy, aka Delos Neuromuscular Therapy,

Kenny often says that myofascial disorders are a worldwide epidemic, a worldwide crisis. If there were this level of dysfunction in any other part of the body, the heart, liver, lungs, etc., there would be an enormous worldwide effort to discover what is going on. In the case of muscles, medical science has not investigated these findings. There are 100 million people that live in chronic pain they do not know what is causing their pain. Myofascial dysfunction is a single most overlooked consideration affecting human health.

Kenny previously had a clinic with 11 therapists. The therapists worked on the lesser challenging problems while Kenny focused on those in the most serious and debilitating of conditions. This gave him a vast experience with the most challenging of situations. In 41 years Kenny has given in excess of 122,000 treatments, mostly on those beyond any medical or surgical cure. He has vast experience with every conceivable condition.

Kenny has had the good fortune to have worked on many notable athletes including Evander Holyfield, Warren Moon, Hakeem Olajuwon, Carl Lewis, Fred couples, Mary Lou Retton, Roger Clements, Lance Berkman and numerous others. He worked with the Houston Oilers football team, the Houston Rockets basketball team and the Houston ballet.

Kenny Owens was born in a middle-class family on November 20, 1946, in Dallas, Texas, and lived on Carlson Drive until his dad built a house and his family moved to North Dallas – Walnut Hill Lane at Marsh Lane. He went to elementary, junior high, and high school in that area. He went to the University of Texas at Arlington but did not finish his degree in electrical engineering.

Kenny had a very keen sense of how things work. His childhood heroes were Einstein, da Vinci, Galileo, and Edison and he remembers always dreaming up many inventions, which, through the course of time, he observed that many of his ideas were actually produced by somebody else who had the vision, insight, and resources ahead of their time and they got there before he could act.

When Kenny was 14, he read his dad’s copy of Napoleon Hill’s “Think and Grow Rich.” It changed his thought process and how he viewed accomplishment. He believes fervently that a person really can do, be, and have anything he sets his hearts desire on.

Foolishly, in his youth, he suffered a great personal tragedy by perusing what he would describe as a “downward spiral” and worse still, led many other unsuspecting friends and acquaintances downward as well. After hitting bottom Kenny became a model citizen an example for others to follow.

Occupation-wise, Kenny gained tremendous troubleshooting skills and much experience working as an Electrician, Instrument Technician, Analyzer Technician, Communications Technician, Electronics Technician, Satellite Technician, Computer & Network System Designer, and Programmer, Senior Designer & Project Engineer. He was also a private pilot and raced motocross.

Kenny also went to Moscow with one of his mentors, Werner Earhardt, to put on the 1st Forum (a.k.a. EST training) which helped bring about the downfall of the USSR.

He taught his son, Eric, (U.S. National Champion in Table Tennis) currently in Chicago operating seven Delos therapy clinics, to count to one quadrillion and ride a bicycle when he was only three years old, and Eric raced motocross when he was 5 years old.

Under his coaching, Eric ran a 4:06 marathon after his 9th birthday, and a 5:39 mile (9th at TAC Nationals), a 17:59 5K. Eric won the National 9-year-old Ironkids Triathlon Championships, and also won the U.S. Table Tennis under 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, and under 22 National Jr titles, won U.S. Men’s National Singles & Doubles, North American Doubles, Pan American Games Gold, got a College Scholarship and won the National Collegiate singles, doubles, mixed doubles, and team titles.

Eric got his Biology degree with a minor in math and a minor in science, graduating  Magna Cum Laude, National Honor Society, won Chemistry Student of the year, Pre-Med Student of the year, Student-Athlete of the year, University Student of the year, and the special Civic-Academic-Athletic Achievement Award of the year and got his Masters in Biomedical science.

Kenny and Eric are working on proposals to train therapists and a wellness plan to teach people how to improve their health. Additionally, they are working on designs for robotics to perform Delos Myofascial Therapy

If you want to know more about how to resolve your existing or chronic condition, please contact Kenny, at your service 7 days a week, 9am – 7pm,  832-206-0246.