Millions of British people struggle with pain in their knees, shoulders, lower back, hips, elbows, fingers and other areas.

“If you are having any of these pains, the hidden problem may be what I call “Cartilage Deterioration Syndrome ”, states Dr. Raphael Perez,

Cartilage is the connective tissue between your joints. It keeps your bones from grinding together and causing you pain.

Your cartilage works like a shock absorber to protect your joints from the wear and tear of movement.

If you do NOT have enough cartilage between your bones, you will have bone grinding on bone … and terrible joint pain.

Dr. Perez has helped over 7,000 patients get relief from their joint pain with a natural discovery he calls “the missing link” that most doctors don’t know about yet.

It is NOT Turmeric or CBD or anything that most people have ever heard of before.

It Reduced Pain by 90.2% in Double-Blind Clinical Study Published in Phytomedicine Journal and posted on DR. OZ and The Mayo Clinic

Today, for the first time ever, Dr. Perez is releasing this video which reveals this natural discovery that can help any man or woman get terrific relief from their joint pain. There is no cost to watch this short, information video presentation.

So far, the comments and feedback have been outstanding, with thousands of British people feeling better than they have in decades.

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In the space of a few hours, this video received thousands of visits and is now considered viral. One person who watched this video wrote “I sure wish even one of the doctors and other specialists I’ve seen over the past 22 years had known this. It is really eye-opening and most important, it works!”

Of course, Dr Perez's announcement was met with some hesitation. We spoke to some of the doctors who attended the conference, who advised people to keep their expectations realistic.

"It makes a lot of sense, and the science behind it is solid," said a nutrition expert. "But try it first. It helps a lot of people, but you rarely find something that works for everyone."