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Ultimate Joint Support - How to avoid non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAID's) and Librela

The need for medication to ease joint discomfort and inflammation, can often be delayed for many months or years by:

1.  Providing complete musculoskeletal nourishment:

Adding Joints to the diet supplies the building blocks the body needs to form the healthiest possible joint structures, including muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones, cartilage, fibrous supporting tissues, bursae and synovial fluid (joint lubricating 'oil').


This is in marked contrast to glucosamine, chondroitin and green mussel based products which largely support cartilage only, and do little for all the other musculoskeletal tissues (listed above) which need to be as healthy as they can be for maximum mobility.      

2.  Aiding joint regeneration and repair:

Giving Joint Support plus Recuperation helps the body's natural, innate self-repair mechanisms rebuild damaged joint tissues and soothe stiff and sore muscles, joints and bones.      

3.  Easing pain naturally:

Supplementing with PEA supports the body's natural anti-inflammatory and analgesic pathways. In clinical trials in both humans and animals this has been shown to be highly beneficial for stiff and uncomfortable joints and associated musculoskeletal tissues. 



The correction of painful skeletal misalignments and release of excess tension held in muscles, ligaments and fascia, by a professional bodywork therapist trained to treat animals, can significantly boost the benefits of the nutritional support described above.

We recommend McTimoney chiropractic for this. A fully qualified practitioner can be found here.