Joint Pain In­jec­tion Com­pa­nies Panic Over Break­through New Pill

Belleville News-Democrat - - Opinion -

Stud­ies show new $2 pill re­lieves joint pain in 7 days with­out costly in­jec­tions. Ap­proved by top doc­tors na­tion­wide. Re­lieves joint stiff­ness. In­creases joint mo­bil­ity and free­dom.

More than 40 mil­lion Amer­i­cans suf­fer­ing crip­pling joint pain are set to bene it from a newly patented break­through called FlexJoin­tPlus. Sci­en­tists have un­cov­ered a way to tackle the most com­mon cause of chronic pain in the coun­try in what has been billed the irst block­buster since the dis­cov­ery of peni­cillin.

This new nee­dle-less break­through has the po­ten­tial to de­lay or elim­i­nate the need for 175,000 joint pain in­jec­tions an­nu­ally.

Pa­tients who have tri­aled the patented new break­through found in FlexJoin­tPlus have re­ported a huge re­duc­tion in pain and a new lease on life. Suf­fer­ers cur­rently rely on pre­scrip­tion drugs or costly in­jec­tions, which have dan­ger­ous side ef­fects.

But Up­state New York se­nior Paul Sans­bury says his knee pain has gone from 8 out of 10 to zero af­ter just 7 days, and no longer needs a cane.

“I needed a left knee re­place­ment, but since us­ing FlexJoin­tPlus, I have less pain. I can walk...I feel much com­fort...and I ditched my cane. I am 82 years old,” he says.


FlexJoin­tPlus con­tains an amaz­ing com­pound with a known abil­ity to re­build dam­aged car­ti­lage and lig­a­ments as­so­ci­ated with joint pain.

This com­pound is not a drug. It is the ac­tive in­gre­di­ent in FlexJoin­tPlus.

Stud­ies show it nat­u­rally re­duces in lam­ma­tion while re­pair­ing bone and car­ti­lage in the joint. Many joint pain suf­fer­ers see an in­crease in lex­i­bil­ity and mo­bil­ity. Oth­ers are able to get back to do­ing the things they love.

“My left hip joint was so stiff and painful I could barely get to sleep at night,” says Amanda John­son of Chatham, ON. “but since us­ing FlexJoin­tPlus my pain and stiff­ness has been re­lieved, and I am now able to get a good night’s rest again.”

With so much pos­i­tive feed­back, it’s easy to see why sales for this newly ap­proved joint pain pill con­tinue to climb ev­ery day.


The 8 week clin­i­cal study was car­ried out by sci­en­tists across six dif­fer­ent clinic sites in Ger­many. The re­sults were pub­lished in the Jour­nal of Arthri­tis in July 2014.

The study in­volved pa­tients with a va­ri­ety of joint pain con­di­tions as­so­ci­ated with os­teoarthri­tis. They were not in­structed to change their daily rou­tines. They were only told to take FlexJoin­tPlus’ ac­tive in­gre­di­ent ev­ery day. The re­sultswere in­cred­i­ble. Tak­ing FlexJoin­tPlus’ ac­tive in­gre­di­ent just once daily signi icantly re­duced both joint pain and stiff­ness com­pared to placebo at 7, 30, and 60 days.

In fact, many pa­tients ex­pe­ri­enced greater than 50% re­duc­tion in pain and stiff­ness at 60 days.

They also en­joyed an im­prove­ment in stiff­ness when irst get­ting out of the bed in the morn­ing, and an im­prove­ment in pain when do­ing light house­hold chores.

With these stud­ies med­i­cal doc­tors and re­searchers have now proven FlexJoin­tPlus to be a clin­i­cally ef­fec­tive treat­ment for re­duc­ing pain and stiff­ness as­so­ci­ated with joint and con­nec­tive tis­sue dis­or­ders, es­pe­cially os­teoarthri­tis.

The in­d­ings are im­pres­sive, no doubt, but re­sults will vary.

But with re­sults like these it’s easy to see why thou­sands of call­ers are jam­ming the phone lines try­ing to get their hands on FlexJoin­tPlus.


Sci­en­tists have dis­cov­ered that af­ter the age of 40 the body is no longer able to ef iciently re­pair bone and car­ti­lage in the joint. This re­sults in de­te­ri­o­ra­tion and in lam­ma­tion in the joint, lead­ing to pain.

The nat­u­ral com­pound found in FlexJoin­tPlus con­tains the nec­es­sary in­gre­di­ents needed for the body to re­build dam­aged bone and car­ti­lage.

This com­pound is known as ‘NEM’ ® .

“Es­sen­tially, it con­tains the same el­e­ments found in your joints, which are needed to re­pair and re­build car­ti­lage and lig­a­ments,” ex­plains Chief Re­searcher, Roger Lewis.

There also have been no ad­verse side ef­fects re­ported with the use of NEM .

This is a bonus for arthri­tis suf­fer­ers who have been tak­ing pre­scrip­tion and over the counter med­i­ca­tions that can cause se­vere gas­tric ir­ri­ta­tion over time, like NSAIDs.

This seems to be an­other rea­son why FlexJoin­tPlus’ re­lease has trig­gered such a frenzy of sales.


“Based on my 20 years of ex­pe­ri­ence treat­ing peo­ple with os­teoarthri­tis, FlexJoin­tPlus re­ceives my high­est rec­om­men­da­tion to any per­son suf­fer­ing from joint pain and stiff­ness,” said Dr. David Val­lance, Rheuma­tol­o­gist from Ann Arbor, MI.

“One of my pa­tients tak­ing FlexJoin­tPlus has re­ported a signi icant de­crease in pain when go­ing up or down stairs, sit­ting with legs bent for an ex­tended pe­riod of time, and even get­ting up from a seated po­si­tion,” said Dr. Richard Gib­son, chi­ro­prac­tor from Wind­sor, ON.

“I use FlexJoin­tPlus ev­ery­day for my stiff and aching joints. I also havemy wife and daugh­ter tak­ing it reg­u­larly as well,” said Dr. Oozer, G.P. from Lasalle, CA.


This is the of icial re­lease of FlexJoin­tPlus in Illi­nois. And so, the com­pany is of­fer­ing a spe­cial dis­count sup­ply to any per­son who calls within the next 48 hours.

A Re­gional Or­der Hot­line has been set up for lo­cal read­ers to call. This gives ev­ery­one an equal chance to try FlexJoint. Start­ing at 7:00 am to­day, the or­der hot­line will be open for 48-hours. All you have to do is call TOLL FREE 1-800-524-1145.

The com­pany will do the rest IM­POR­TANT:

Due to FlexJoint’s re­cent me­dia ex­po­sure, phone lines are of­ten busy. If you call, and do not im­me­di­ately get through, please be pa­tient and call back.

Cur­rent sup­plies of FlexJoint are lim­ited. So con­sumers that don’t get through to the or­der hot­line within the next 48-hours will have to wait un­til more in­ven­tory is pro­duced. This could take as long as six weeks.

Steven Wil­liams pre­pares for what he hopes will be his last knee in­jec­tion thanks to a re­cent break­through in joint pain re­lief. Par­tic­i­pants in clin­i­cal stud­ies re­ported no­tice­able re­sults in just days.

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