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Flexiseq

Enhance mobility with Flexiseq

OSTEOARTHRITIS (OA) may sound like a rare health problem, but it is actually the most common cause of limb joint pain and arthritis.

 

Affecting about 10% to 20% of the adult population, OA is the result of the thinning of the cartilage between the bones of your joints such as those in the knees, ankle or foot.

 

Although OA can be hereditary or caused by an injury, nonetheless, it is more often due to the natural wear-and-tear of the joints as a person ages.

 

Experiencing joint pains associated with OA can diminish people's enjoyment of life as they may experience joint inflammation, stiffness and pain in the affected area that can interfere with their daily activities, and or even affect their mobility and quality of life.

 

Alleviating the pain

 

There are several options to help to alleviate the pain experienced by patients suffering from OA.

 

These procedures include invasive procedures such as surgery or knee injections which can be costly and may not be suitable for everyone; and the use of over-the-counter analgesics or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

 

Now, there is Flexiseq, the clinically-proven drug-free bio-lubricant (gel) of pain that uses nano-technology with microscopic spheres called Sequessome vesicles to permeate the skin in order to alleviate joint pain and enhance mobility.

 

It is very important to note that Flexiseq is safe because it doesn't contain any pharmaceutically active ingredients, which means it will not interact with any medication the patient may be currently consuming.

 

Conveniently packaged, patients with OA just need to apply Flexiseq twice a day and pain relief is felt in about two days, with full effect taking place in 14 days.

 

Although the condition cannot be cured completely, its symptoms can be controlled and eased safely, effectively and conveniently with Flexiseq.

 
     

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