Andrea Cheney - A Way To Carry On – Flexiseq

Andrea Cheney - A Way To Carry On

Before she injured her back, Andrea Cheney, 50, used to love visiting antique markets and walking in the Lake District.

When her injury took a toll on the rest of her joints, she was left in debilitating pain, unable to even walk up the stairs.

But now Flexiseq is getting her moving again. This is her story…

I used to work at a rugby club as a bar manager until I slipped messing about with the players and my back went. From there, things went downhill.

My back injury impacted all my joints from the waist down. I developed arthritis in my knees and ankles as they overcompensated for my weak back and my shoulder started to hurt from becoming reliant on a crutch. The pain was unrelenting and even with regular painkillers, I couldn’t stand up for very long.

When you’re in pain like that it has an impact on every aspect of your life. You’re no longer you. You start to find there are more “can’ts” than “cans” and you become bitter about it. I definitely became whinier and I’m not a whiny person!

My injury took my freedom away from me. I used to be a big walker and loved visiting the Lake District, but even simple tasks like popping to the shop became impossible and my days visiting antique markets, which I used to love doing, are gone. I became a prisoner to my own body and a burden to my loved ones.

Flexiseq has not cured my pain completely, but it makes it so I don’t notice it so much. I don’t know how it works, I just care that it does work me!

I first heard about Flexiseq via Facebook and was quick to request a sample to try it out. To be honest, I wasn’t convinced it was going to work, I really didn’t have much faith. Initially, I didn’t notice much of a difference but gradually I became aware I was able to stand and walk for a bit longer. It was my daughter who pointed it out first.

It means I’m able to do things that you probably take for granted, like cooking a meal, making a cup of coffee and answering the door if it rings and I’m still upstairs. Stairs were such a problem before, I had to crawl up them on all fours. Now I can walk up and down and stand for a good 20 minutes. That small difference has allowed me to start to feel that little bit more like me again. It makes a world of difference.

Flexiseq has not cured my pain completely, but it makes it so I don’t notice it so much. I don’t know how it works, I just care that it does work me!

Funnily enough, my husband, who never believes anything will work for him, has started using Flexiseq on a shoulder problem. At first, it was to humour me, but now he keeps using it. He’ll just never admit I was right!

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