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Posted: Fri, 03 April 2015, 15:59

Flexiseq Sport Gel

FLEXISEQ Sport has arrived in Ireland and inishpharmacy.com are dleighted to be the exclusive retailers of FLEXISEQ Sport Gel 100g!

After the successful launch of FLEXISEQ Sport Gel in UK in January 2015, sports people in Ireland can now avail of this revolutionary product to both ease joint pain and help protect the cartilage within joints during physical activity. FLEXISEQ Sport has now been endorsed by the medical teams of Saracens Rugby Club, Leicester Tigers Rugby Club and a wide range of top class professional athletes such as Ireland rugby star Cian Helay, whose use of FLEXISEQ port helped him recover from a long injury layoff to being a pivotal part of Ireland's run to winning the 2015 RBS Six Nations Championship. Check out who else is using FLEXISEQ Sport.


  • Lubricates the joints
  • Relieves joint pain and stiffness
  • Effective none drug treatment
  • Longer lasting 100g pack (exclusivie to Inish Pharmacy)

FLEXISEQ Sport is designed for athletes and active individuals who find their sporting activities tough on their joints. FLEXISEQ Gel, the product's predecessor, was created by ProBono Bio in 2013 and became a huge success. The product revolutionised the treatment of oesteoarthritis, with patient's experiencing less joint pain, increased movement and less stiffness, without the need for anti-inflammatory drugs.

FLEXISEQ® Sport is an injection-free biolubricant that maintains active joints that are either compromised by arthritic symptoms or those that are at higher risk of suffering wear and tear. The topically applied gel provides Joint Lubrication Therapy by delivering Sequessome™ vesicles to joints which coat the cartilage surfaces to minimise friction and wear.

FLEXISEQ® Sport is being used across sporting disciplines as a drug-free solution to joint pain and stiffness as well as an additional step in players’ rehabilitation and after-care. Replacing painkillers (such as commonly used non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) saves sportsmen and women from the well documented risks of side effects.