April 17, 2013 — Douglas Laboratories introduced two new products, Joint, Tendon, Ligament I and Joint, Tendon, Ligament II, developed by Martin Gallagher, MD, DC, a leading authority in the field of integrative medicine.
“We are pleased to collaborate with Dr. Gallagher to introduce to our healthcare practitioners two new unique and cutting-edge formulas aimed at comprehensive joint, tendon, and ligament support,” indicated Andrew Halpner PhD, VP, product development and technical services at Douglas Laboratories. “Furthermore, these two products will serve an unmet need in terms of nutrient support for regenerative therapies.”
“The Joint, Tendon, Ligament formulas were developed for musculoskeletal support in conjunction with regenerative therapies such as prolotherapy, PRP, acupuncture and manipulation,” said Gallagher. “Joint, Tendon, Ligament I and II can be taken together for optimal results.”†
Joint, Tendon, Ligament I is formulated with specific ingredients to support healthy joint function, mobility and the strength of the tendon and ligament structures. Joint, Tendon, Ligament II provides specific nutrients that may help contribute to healthy stem cell function and migration to support tissue, tendon and ligament health.† These specialty formulated products include amino acids, MSM, L-carnosine, vitamin D3, and green tea, as well as feature thoroughly tested branded ingredients:
Cynatine FLX: A natural bioactive keratin clinically shown to provide joint comfort, resilience, and protection.†
AprèsFlex: A specific Boswellia serrata extract clinically shown to target mediators of joint comfort and flexibility, such as TNF-alpha and 5-lipoxygenase (5-LOX).†
pTeroPure Pterostilbene: A methylated resveratrol has been suggested to be an important factor for influencing targeted migration of stem cells from blood to tissues.†
Metafolin: a patented and clinically studied of body-ready 5-methylfolate.
Source: Douglas Laboratories, douglaslabs.com
†These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.