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When joints hurt, supplements might help alleviate pain

If you’re someone who likes staying physically active, you may frequently suffer from aches and pains in your muscles, ligaments and joints.

And while you certainly don’t want chronic pain to prevent you from exercising or participating in the activities you love, you also don’t want to make problems worse or injure yourself further.

If you’re leery about taking over-the-counter painkillers and simply want to assist your body’s natural healing processes, you may want to consider taking supplements.

At Living Well Dallas, we offer several supplements that may be able to help you address joint-related pain and discomfort. Three of our favorites include:

DR H REJOINT : Studies have shown clinically significant reduction in perceived pain and improvement in functional mobility as related to chronic joint, back, and muscle pain. This complex of five herbs plus vitamin B1 offers a valuable alternative for management of chronic musculoskeletal pain.

CURCUM-EVAIL: A highly bioavailable curcuminoid formulation containing a unique combination of three bioactive, health-promoting curcuminoids: curcumin, bisdemethoxy curcumin and demethoxy curcumin, along with turmeric oil. The three curcuminoids are the strongest, most protective and best researched constituents of the turmeric root.

INFLAVANOID INTENSIVE CARE: Features highly bioavailable CurQfen® (curcumin and fenugreek) and XNT ProMatrix® (xanthohumol), which may help support the body’s response to oxidative stress and other stressors. It also offers boswellia and ginger extracts, which may help support the body’s immune response.

We also offer a unique and very effective pain relief technique called Bowen Therapy. Google Bowen Therapy to find out more or simply call the office to learn more about it.

If you’re interested call in today at 972-930-0260.


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