Bone loss or weakening is a common problem associated with aging. The bone minerals can begin to degenerate over time. DXA scans can measure precisely how much bone mineral density you have via a T score. T-scores of -1.0 or above are normal; anything ranging between -1.0 and -2.5 is considered low bone density or osteopenia. T-scores ranging from -2.5 or below are considered osteoporosis.
Bone mineral density begins to weaken gradually, but females tend to show demineralization during the first decade after menopause. Osteoporosis causes an increased risk of height loss, fractures of the hips, wrists, and vertebrae and chronic pain. The symptoms of your osteoporosis are generally not visible unless you have a fracture. You may not even know that you have the disease until you break a bone, or a test shows that you have low bone mineral density. Studies show that after an initial fracture, secondary fractures are common in osteoporosis.
How OsteoStrong® Can REBUILD Bone Density
A Unique System For Developing Your Skeletal Strength known as OsteoStrong® is not a gym, diet, supplement, pharmaceutical, or medical treatment; however, OsteoStrong® scientifically increases bone mass. Recent research shows that standard exercise isn’t nearly as effective as had been traditionally believed at developing muscles and bones. A peer-reviewed study in 2012 found that for a person to increase bone density faster than they are losing it requires high levels of osteogenic loading, which is resistance of at least 4.2 times one’s body weight.
This research sent shockwaves because it has been believed for over a century that simply increasing weight on the skeletal system would increase bone strength. For those concerned with osteoporosis, now knowing that a 4.2 resistance of one’s own bodyweight might seem daunting, but not with OsteoStrong®.
Based on this research, in 2011, Dr. Jaquish designed devices that could create the ideal set of triggers to achieve bone growth and to strengthen muscle development simultaneously. His patented machines take less than 10 minutes per week to use yet are powerful enough to stimulate new bone and muscle growth quickly. Subjects saw an average increase of 14% in bone density with osteogenic loading versus weight-bearing exercise and pharmaceuticals. (supported by 152 Peer-Reviewed Clinical Studies)
The Benefits of OsteoStrong®
• Bone growth
• Muscle growth
• Improves Balance
• Reverses Osteopenia and osteoporosis
• Improved Bone Density
• Improved Posture
• Improved Balance
• Improved Athletic Performance
• Less Joint and Back Pain
How Does it Work?
There are four OsteoStrong® machines that are specifically designed to work the whole body. Clients are always in control of how much work they want to complete. OsteoStrong® session coaches show each individual how to use each machine correctly and safely, and after each use, there is a computer readout that shows clients in real-time, how much load they are exerting. These high-tech machines tell patients when they’ve reached the optimal load for bone growth and tracks how their numbers improve over time.
Ten Minute Weekly sessions are all that it takes to build results. OsteoStrong® works for people at all ages and levels of activity to promote skeletal strength, which impacts the entire body in many ways using a process known as Osteogenic Loading. Sessions are quick, painless, and results are measurable and happen quickly.
No Drugs—Just Results
Many people don’t know that osteoporosis can be managed naturally without medications. The machines only require 10 minutes per treatment once people become familiar with using them, and there is no sweating involved. Clients don’t even need to change into exercise clothes; they can use the machines dressed right from the office or anywhere. It’s a simple process with no frills, just results.
If you or someone you know is suffering from a bone disorder or would like to find out more about OsteoStrong®, please call 941-210-3832 to schedule your OsteoStrong consultation.
1702 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota FL 34236
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