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Old 04-28-2018, 02:31 PM
 
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Robotic-assisted knee replacement???!
Very interesting, can you folks explain how it works? Does it take the place of a surgeon?
Why is it easier on the body?
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Old 04-28-2018, 02:37 PM
 
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Over the years I've tried many prescription drugs as well as lot of OTC drugs for my arthritis. What works best for me is the OTC pain reliever Move Free Ultra. No side effects and almost complete relief from the arthritis in my knees and feet.
Sadly, I had no luck with Move Free, but I've had great response with Triple Strength Osteo Bi Flex. And what's odd is they are both quite similar, although Osteo Bi Flex has a lot of extra joint goodies thrown in.
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Old 04-28-2018, 02:43 PM
 
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Arnica gel helps me A LOT, and works fast.
Does it work on OA?
I've used it for bruises and strains, but not for OA. Do you use it every day on the OA areas?
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Old 04-28-2018, 02:45 PM
 
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Over the years I've tried many prescription drugs as well as lot of OTC drugs for my arthritis. What works best for me is the OTC pain reliever Move Free Ultra. No side effects and almost complete relief from the arthritis in my knees and feet.
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Sadly, I had no luck with Move Free, but I've had great response with Triple Strength Osteo Bi Flex. And what's odd is they are both quite similar, although Osteo Bi Flex has a lot of extra joint goodies thrown in.
TFW46 wrote his above post exactly four years ago. I had zero results with Move Free Ultra and with Triple Strength Osteoarthritis Bi Flex.

(even at the beginning stage and pre-stage of arthritis)

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