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|March 14, 2014 03:05 AM EDT||
MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 03/14/14 -- What happens when a chiropractor is suffering from knee pain that becomes so bad that he cannot even extend or bend his leg any longer? He asks his wife what to do. Well, at least if his wife happens to be a chiropractor too. That is exactly what Rick Argall did, after he had tried everything, from putting ice on his knee to using anti-inflammatory creams. Based on his experience as a chiropractor he knew that there were generally three options available for his condition -- giving up physical activity, taking painkillers for the rest of his life, or undergoing surgery. Since he did not like either one of these options, he consulted his wife on the matter to see if she had any alternative ideas. And she did. She suggested Rick start taking a collagen and anti-oxidant formula. Within only 24 hours he started feeling a difference in his knee, within four days his symptoms had improved dramatically, and after 10 days he was essentially pain-free and had his full range of motion back.
Inspired by this incredible effect, Rick's son, Matt Argall, decided to promote and sell an all-natural joint supplement product online, which is marketed under the brand name MultiFlex Excel. The goal was to create a joint support that combines an array of powerful and age-proven herbs with scientifically proven modern nutrients. MultiFlex Excel is available in 3 formulations, as capsules, in form of a cream, and as a drink. Taking two capsules a day can slow down and even stop the effects of wear and tear that can lead to discomfort, pain and more serious joint issues. The Joint Repair Excel powder, mixed with water, helps to rebuild nutrients and the MultiFlex Excel cream is highly effective for strained muscles.
The cream is non-greasy and has a pleasant smell that results from the active ingredients, menthol and camphor, which make it the strongest topical pain relieving cream on the market today. The capsules address inflammations in the fascia, which often is responsible for the pain we falsely believe to come from our joints. While the capsules take care of the inflammation, the MultiFlex drink replenishes the collagen depots in the body and helps to grow new tissue. All that is achieved through natural ingredients only, which is why Matt Argall is proud to be selling these miraculous products through his online store.
Matt Argall was born in Los Angeles, where he spent the first year of his life, followed by the family's move to Canada in 1981. When Matt was eight years old, his parents sold their Canada-based chiropractic business to return back to USA. Matt went to high school in Florida, where at age 17 he helped his best friend at the time to save a big online company. They posted their products for sale on EBay and sent sold items directly to their buyers, an entirely novel concept of shopping at the time. This early success story laid the groundwork for Argall's later success story that was fostered through his involvement in the Citizens Commission on Human Rights International, where he made many important contacts and learnt valuable lessons resulting in him founding numerous successful businesses in various industries.
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