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It isn’t a question of deterioration. The question is: why do your joints hurt?

If it weren’t for your aches and pains, how would you feel every day? Stronger and more energetic? Would you feel more like exercising, or traveling — maybe even dancing? Joint discomfort can keep you from doing the things you love, and prevent you from even trying a new activity. And that’s probably not how you want to be living right now.

Woman concerned about the root cause of her joint health and inflammation issues

Joint discomfort is so widespread among women in midlife that it’s often considered a symptom of perimenopause and menopause. But until now, women with everyday joint issues have had just two choices: a prescription for pain or waiting until it gets so bad that surgery might be an option. For most of us, neither of these is acceptable.

If you’re suffering from joint aches and pains, you might do anything if it would help you get back to being active and loving life again. You should know that recent research is teaching us a lot about the underlying causes of common joint issues and how to resolve them. Once you understand what’s truly causing your joints to hurt, you’ll know just what you can do to feel better.

You can have better joint health and we can help.