Bailey was diagnosed with a torn ACL in November 2012 as well as Hip Dyplasia (also arthritis). No surgery was performed. With limited activity and prescriptions, (6-8 wks) he slowly improved as far as being able to get up without assistance. However, the contraindications from the Rx's were terrible; I eventually took him off of previcox for this reason. Later he had a series (6) of cold laser treatments. Unfortunately, they didn't help. He was still on tramadol for pain, but side affects were less than desirable. After searching the web, I checked out your Company and ordered Arthro-IonX. I do not recall the length of time used before switching over to Promaxol because of the Hip Dyplasia problem. After initial improvement, I cut back to once-a-day. He was doing great! However, my question: he NOW has a torn acl in the other back leg and our problem starts over again. Should I continue to use Promaxol permanently? Thank you for addressing my problem. P.S. Because of the cost of your product, I was considering the 32-oz. because it would be less expensive. However I thought I read in your material, it should be used within a certain period of time if so, the larger quantity would be outdated before used up.
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