Amanda Kaye-Keye - Drug-free, Worry-free – Flexiseq

Amanda Kaye-Keye - Drug-free, Worry-free

Amanda Kaye-Keye is a 63 year-old former newsagent. Having experienced a serious accident early on in life, she found joint pain impacting her as she got older. With the pain becoming difficult to manage, Amanda started to look for something to help. 

This is Amanda’s story… 

When I was young I used to be a very active person, I would run and do weights so I was aware of how to keep moving in the right ways to maintain a healthy body and mind. I spent my career working in newsagents and in the postal industry before moving into the transport industry, working for bus companies in their offices. 

When I was 18 I was working in the postal industry and I fell from a very high platform while trying to pick up a very heavy bag. Underestimating how heavy the bag was as I went to pick it up and it knocked against me causing me to lose balance and fall off the platform. I landed on my bottom and fractured my pelvis. I made a full recovery at the time but in my 40s I began to experience a great deal of pain in my hips, which I have since learned is a result of that injury all those years ago.

To begin with I started getting back pain. I went for a free spinal check which told me that I had a leg discrepancy in my right leg. What’s worrying is I recently went for another check and was told that it was actually in my left leg that had the discrepancy, so I’m not sure what went wrong in that first assessment - but none of it was going to do my hips any favours at all. 

By my mid-50s I was beginning to struggle with getting up the stairs. The pain in my hip was getting progressively worse and the doctor wanted to send me to a hydrobath, but in order to do that they had to check my eligibility for that treatment. It was during those checks they discovered I had osteoarthritis in both my left and right hips.

I was struggling to get a good night’s sleep because of the pain, and the problem is you go to a doctor and there is not much they can offer you in terms of treatment for osteoarthritis. You get the usual advice to keep the joint warm, but that’s not always that easy. 

The other problem I have is I’m on other medications as well, so I had to be so careful about what I took to manage the pain I was in for my hips. There was the risk that anything I took or used could clash with the other medications I was taking. 

I was in a shop one day and I saw FlexiSEQ, which the packaging mentioned was a drug-free treatment for osteoarthritis. I thought, well that sounds too good to be true. I was curious about it so I asked my doctor and he told me it wasn’t available on the NHS. At one point I was in a Savers and happened to see FlexiSEQ was on offer there, so I bought some. Within quite a short time I found it was allowing me to get a good night’s sleep. I’ve only been using it a few weeks but I can already feel the difference.

I’d absolutely recommend FlexiSEQ to people living with joint pain. It’s such a relief knowing that it’s drug-free and it’s helping ease my pain. I hope it continues to do so. 

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