Reiki is an ancient form of non-invasive therapy using the hands to relieve people of a number of ailments, including skin disorders, arthritis and other forms of pain relief. For many years it was a popular form of relief for people and it’s become popular again as more people flock to more natural forms of pain relief, especially for aches and chronic pain.

And now, Reiki is becoming a more popular form of therapy for dogs with pain and chronic pain such as arthritis and joint discomfort.

Rob Fellows has been practicing Reiki in the U.K. for 12 years and has been working more with canine patients to bring relief from many different forms of pain ailments. He warmed up to canine Reiki after using it on his own dog, a spaniel named Joe. The Reiki helped his dog increase some joint mobility, but unfortunately Joe was getting up there in age and passed away a few years back. Rob said the Reiki made Joe more comfortable until his last days.

Dog owners have provided lots of feedback to Flexcin saying their dogs experience great results when their dog combines the FlexPet joint nutritional supplement with increased exercise or another form of alternative massage to loosen up the joints. FlexPet has CM8 (cetyl myristoleate), which builds back much of the lost cartilage or damaged cartilage in between the joints, increasing the overall joint mobility for dogs.

Author's Bio: 

Flexcin & FlexPet are all-natural Joint Pain Supplements. The primary component of Flexcin & FlexPet is CM8, which relieves joint pain at its source, reduces inflammation and irritation of the joints and tissues. It has been helpful for many sufferers of arthritis, gout, bursitis, sports injuries and fibromyalgia. Flexcin and FlexPet are proudly manufactured in the United States in a state of the art facility under the strict guidelines of the FDA's Good Manufacturing Practices.