Not sure of England's equivalent to Wal-Mart...USA here. Thanks for the tip on the other team. I may check it out later. I've heard of the liniment for horses but never considered as an option. I would have never even thought it safe, but will ask my vet about when I take my pup in onTuesday. I have tried all sorts of braces but have a hard time finding one stable enough that doesn't have those uncomfortable metal strips.
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Pounds lost: 41.0
Fitness Minutes: (0) Posts: 2 2/2/13 9:43 P
yes kinda. A sparks team called"fighting inflammation and enjoying life." One of the reasons for my knee problems is inflammation. I am trying naproxen and it seems to help plus I use a topical analgesic called "veterinary liniment" by absorbine. It is really for horses but I used it when the pain was really bad and needed to work. It seemed to help along with a knee brace a bought at Walmart I think in England it would be Woolworth?
Fitness Minutes: (385) Posts: 60 2/2/13 12:52 P
Hello I am a single guy living in Maine a state in a America. I need to lose weight. I have a job that requires a little running around which until recently enjoyed as a form of excercize. I have a knee problem that only recently has become serious due to pain. My legs seem for awhile, weak, having a hard time standing for any length of time. I am joining this team because of the knee problems plus another small team.I will let you know the sparks team after i join it so we can maybe talk there also.
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