Bone Fractures in Elderly Lead to High Mortality Rates, But New Technology Innovations Can Completely Reverse Osteoporosis.
May is Osteoporosis Awareness Month. For those with osteoporosis, the fear of having a fracture is always present. The porous bone condition affects 54 million Americans (per the National Osteoporosis Foundation), and each of them are at risk of breaking a bone if they haven’t already. Studies suggest that about one in two women and one in four men age 50 and older will break a bone because of osteoporosis. Once they do, their chance of dying within a year or two is much higher.
Breaking a bone can lead to limited mobility and feelings of depression and isolation. Twenty percent of seniors who break a hip die within one year from problems relating to the broken bone or related surgery. Of those who survive, many need long-term care or have to move into nursing homes.
“Osteoporosis affects everyone, whether they have it themselves or love someone who is at risk. Brittle bones reduce quality of life, but the ‘solutions’ before now haven’t really fixed the problem. OsteoStrong is the first franchise system built on scientifically tested technology proven to improve bone health and increase bone density at all ages, which is going to change—and save—a lot of lives,” said Dr. Derek Albrecht, OsteoStrong Murrieta franchisee.
Doctors have traditionally prescribed medications to slow bone loss and encourage bone growth, but the medications work very slowly and can only be safely taken for a few years. When wellness brand OsteoStrong introduced its osteogenic stimulation system in 2011, it sounded like a miracle cure, but as more people tried it out, they realized it was successfully reversing their osteoporosis. Recent published research supported these claims with postmenopausal subjects showing an average increase in bone density up to 14% in just six months (Hunte, B. Jaquish, J 2015).
OsteoStrong is leading the way by making osteogenic stimulation available nationwide. OsteoStrong is a unique concept that allows people of all ages and physical conditions to safely and easily experience this system even if they already have osteoporosis. The process may sound unusual, but it’s painless, takes less than 10 minutes a week, and people don’t break a sweat or change out of their regular clothes.
In just minutes, the body’s natural bone and tissue growth process is triggered, and the body continues building healthy tissue for days. The result is better balance and less porous bones. As people grow stronger, their posture improves as well. Many have cancelled hip and joint replacements and report less back and joint pain.
OsteoStrong members are completely reversing osteoporosis without any medications or supplements.
“People are intimidated by strenuous exercise regimens, and with good reason. They’re not only difficult, but can cause serious injury, especially if someone already has weak bones. OsteoStrong is easy for anyone to do and stick to, since sessions are just a few minutes every week and they can see clear results from session to session. We are changing the way people age, and we want to keep showing people what OsteoStrong can do for them,” said Dr. Albrecht.
OsteoStrong leverages clinically researched osteogenic stimulation methodology to help people of all ages and fitness levels enhance bone health, balance, overall strength, and posture. Sessions also alleviate back and joint pain. Created based on published research, the OsteoStrong system triggers the growth of new bone and muscle density with 10-minute sessions just once per week. OsteoStrong’s proprietary system engages bone and muscle development and delivers many of the benefits previously thought to be only attainable with strenuous exercise but without risk of injury.
More than 30,000 people have seen amazing results since the brand launched in 2012. Many who attend sessions just once per week are reversing osteoporosis, improving balance, eliminating chronic joint and back pain, reversing fibromyalgia, and regaining physical strength.
For more information, visit http://www.osteostrongmurrieta.com, http://www.osteostrong.me or www.facebook.com/osteostrong.
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