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  1. Robert

    Hi Wendy, I am happy to hear that your joints are getting better. I have to honest. Bone broth is new to me. Thanks for sharing. I’ll have a look at it. I need to find someone who has actually used the willow curve. I see ads of doctors using an enhanced version of the technology and they charge plenty for the treatment.

    Do well and stay healthy, Robert

  2. Wendy

    I am in my 50’s and while in my 40’s I have lots of problems with my knee hurting all the time. I was worried because both of my parents have had their knees replaced.

    My biggest problem was my weight. I found when I started dropping the weight my knees hurt less. Also I drink bone broth and since doing so my knees stopped making that cracking noise.

    (knock on wood) But I am glad that my joints feel great at the moment. But it is nice to know that there is relief out their if I need it.

    That Willow Curve is really cool looking.

  3. Robert

    Hey Catherine, Sorry to hear about your knee. I wince when I think of the prospects of replacement surgery. I know several who have had it. A friend is just finishing rehab for her shoulder. It’s looking very good for her.

    It can make a world of difference if you are at the stage you seem to be.

    I wish I had more information that I could report on the ‘Willow Curve’.

    Wish you well, and I hope we’ll continue to provide valuable information. Thanks for being here. Robert

  4. Catherine

    Hi Robert
    I appreciate your advice on joint pain. I suffer from knee pain and am trying to put off the knee replacement my doctor tells me I will need. Right now I am using the injections and extracting the fluid. It helps in combination with swimming and staying as active as possible. Reading your article it looks like I’m on the right track.
    The products you review are interesting, I had not heard of them before, so I will bookmark your site and come back to take another look if I feel I need to take further steps.
    Thanks so much!

  5. Robert

    Hi Erin, I am so glad you came by. I have always liked ibuprofen but if your doctor is advising against it, you are wise to follow the advice. I would suggest you try the product Australian Cream. It is available just about everywhere. If you have trouble finding it, it is available at Amazon.com. It has a 100% money back guarantee. Hope that helps. Stay healthy, Robert

  6. Erin

    Good information as I am approaching 60 very quickly. My doctor told me when I was only 24 that I have bursitis in my knee and it still bothers me occasionally. Due to other health issues, I have been advised by a specialist to avoid ibuprofen and naproxen products due to the risk to kidneys and liver. What would you suggest would be the best option for me and my knee when it flairs?

  7. Robert

    Alyssa, Glad I was here. It’s hard to say but, if it hurts I would start out with an ibuprofen product. Simple over the counter stuff for pain relief. It will also help with inflammation. Wal-Mart is a great source with their generic brand. Don’t go out and spend a bunch of money. If it gets so you’re thinking about a device, ask your doctor first. Repetitive motion is often the culprit, and changing how you do your work may help. Hope this is helpful, Robert.

  8. Alyssa

    I couldn’t have found your article at a better time. I spend about 50+hours at a desk and/or working on a computer per week. Recently the hand I use for moving the computer mouse is experiencing some pain – specifically in the pointer finger (that’s also the finger I use most for swiping my phone screen to read facebook, texts, etc). Do you think I should start with the most inexpensive products first?
    Thank you.
    Alyssa

  9. Robert

    Thanks for you comments, sorry about your knees. That is so common. Glucosamine is a natural product that comes from shell fish, it helps with the cartilage which is like a cushion between the bones in a joint. Chondroitin is also a natural product that comes from cartilage of shark and cattle. It is often a sulfate type of product. The two are combined as a natural product for joint health. Lubing the joint so to speak, help reduce discomfort. Hope that helps, Robert

  10. Jovo

    Hi, thank you for this text, it is something I need badly. I have issues with my knees. I do mountain climbing and as you can imagine this causes problems. Sometimes I get swelling after long walks. You mentioned 4 possible reasons, I do not know what bursitis is. The other terms I think I can guess. The tools you described here for pain relief are not for me, I need some solution for the problem. Did not understand what Glucosamine and Chondroitin supplement are for.

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