HEALTH:  DANCING  YOUR  WAY  TO  HEALTHIER  JOINTS

MANILA, FEBRUARY 17, 2009
(STAR) People who suffer from arthritis and rheumatism can barely move their joints without hurting them. A simple movement, like walking, standing up, and even the act of writing, is fraught with the risk of pain.

But thanks to their Skelan medication, combined with the joint-friendly dance moves of the latest dance craze being pioneered by Vhong Navarro’s new single, “Ayos Na Ang Buto Buto,” arthritis and rheumatism sufferers are in fact dancing their way to healthier joints.

“Ayos Na Ang Buto-Buto” is the carrier single of Navarro’s new dance album, “Let’s Dance.” Unilab, the maker of Skelan, saw the release of the album as an opportunity to help arthritis and rheumatism sufferers put a new lease of life on their creaking joints.

Navarro’s song is a popular hit among Filipinos, getting high radio airplay in the past few months. During weekend mornings, groups of people can be seen at local parks shaking to the beat of “Ayos Na Ang Buto-Buto.”

The song is composed of four basic moves that involve shaking of the hips (called “giling”), arms swings, and some light kicking (“padyak”).

Aside from health benefits, the movements are lively, entertaining, and simple enough for even novice dancers to follow.

Unilab consulted a physical therapist to make sure that the dance moves of “Ayos Na Ang Buto-Buto” are friendly enough for arthritis and rheumatism-stricken joints.

Unilab’s Skelan is a Naproxen Sodium medication that offers fast and effective relief from intense joint pains, swelling, and stiffness. And with Unilab’s trusted name behind it, users can confidently depend on its quality.

The proper pain management provided by Skelan, coupled with a healthy daily exercise regimen, will work wonders in keeping one’s joints strong and pain-free.


Chief News Editor: Sol Jose Vanzi

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