|By Marketwired .||
|August 5, 2014 05:00 AM EDT||
MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 08/05/14 -- With the increasing costs for doctor visits and treatment options, remedies that can be applied by patients themselves become increasingly attractive. Developing such remedies has turned into a multi-billion dollar business with major pharmacology companies spending years of research and tons of money in inventing new medications. As a result the newly developed pills or ointments are often not much cheaper than getting treatment directly from a physician. There are some exceptions to this development though, namely when a product stems from the creative mind of a doctor who is not lead by commercial success, but who rather is searching for a cure to his own ailment.
This is what happened in the case of the new joint pain formula MultiFlex Excel, an all-natural joint supplement. Dr. Rick Argall, a seasoned chiropractor from Florida, had been suffering from knee pain for many years, trying to find a remedy to relieve the symptoms. He tried everything, from icing his joints to painkillers and anti-inflammatory creams. Frustrated by the results that were temporary at best and hesitant to undergo surgery, he consulted his wife, a chiropractor herself, to help him come up with a better approach. Upon her suggestion Dr. Argall started taking a collagen and anti-oxidant formula. Within a matter of hours he started to feel a difference, within a few days he observed a significant improvement of his symptoms and after only 10 days he was pain free. The idea for a new product was born. For the marketing, however, he would need an expert, so he turned to his son, Matt Argall, a knowledgeable and highly successful entrepreneur.
Matt Argall has extensive experience launching, managing, and marketing companies and was thrilled to help his father with the development and promotion of this new product. The result: MultiFlex Excel. The innovative joint support combines a variety of powerful and age-defying herbs that contain scientifically proven modern nutrients. MultiFlex Excel comes in three formulations - capsules, a drink, and in form of a cream. Taking only two capsules per day can stop the effects of wear and tear, which are the cause for discomfort and pain in the joints. The Joint Repair Excel powder, which needs to be mixed with water, helps to replenish the body with nutrients and the MultiFlex Excel cream is extremely effective for relieving strained muscles. Thanks to Matt, all products are now being sold online and are receiving raving reviews by satisfied customers.
Despite his many years of experience as an entrepreneur, Matt Argall was especially happy about the success of the MultiFlex project, since it gave him a chance to cooperate with his father. Born in Los Angeles, Matt and his family moved to Canada when he was five years old. The transition from one country to another brought Matt and his parents even closer together, so it was only a matter of time until they would expand this great relationship to do business together. After a few years in Canada, where his parents owned a successful chiropractic office, they moved back to the United States and have settled in Florida where Matt lives to date. Meanwhile, he has founded his own family and is a proud husband and father to a son. Nevertheless, he continues to work as an investor and consultant, always supported by his wife, Maya, whom Matt calls "his greatest inspiration".
To learn more about Matt Argall, visit: http://www.MattArgallNews.com
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