OsteoStrong is a membership-based Integrative Health and Wellness Center with a focus on Musculoskeletal Strengthening.
The four device circuit takes only minutes once per week to complete. Under the direction of a skilled technician, users engage in a safe controlled movement on each device that results in a stimulus to the central nervous system triggering osteogenesis or new bone growth.
Each device provides instant biofeedback with a member’s impact emulation force exertion measured in pounds and multiples of body weight.
Data is recorded and a report is sent to the member detailing their progress at the conclusion of each session.
Bisphosphonates are generally the first line of defense for patients diagnosed with osteoporosis. Unfortunately, the risk of side effects can make this a complicated decision.
Until now there were few exercise-based non-pharmaceutical options that offered significant increases in bone density in a safe manner for even the most high-risk patients.
OsteoStrong offers a highly effective, evidence-based musculoskeletal strengthening program that can be used to compliment pharmaceutical treatment and as a preventative protocol.
The greatest effect on bone strength and health is the result of high-impact activity, and hundreds of studies have confirmed this, even identifying the minimum dose of force required through bone as being over 4 times bodyweight in the hip joint.
As adults, impact becomes associated with injury therefore adults intentionally avoid impact and thus even those who engage in exercise often fail to maintain bone health.
OsteoStrong utilizes a series of robotic musculoskeletal treatment devices utilizing high impact emulation, so that people can get the benefit of impact without the associated risks, providing a physical medicine option that has no side effects.
OsteoStrong case studies and FAQ's for health professional.
A Small Amount Of Precisely Measured High-Intensity Habitual Physical Activity Predicts Bone Health In Pre And Post-Menopausal Women In UK Biobank
International Journal Of EpidemiologyPublished: June 29, 2017
Effects Of High-Impact Exercise On Bone Mineral Density: A Randomized Controlled Trial In Premenopausal Women
Osteoporos IntPublished: June 17, 2004
Habitual Levels Of High, But Not Moderate Or Low, Impact Activity Are Positively Related To Hip BMD And Geometry: Results From A Population-Based Study Of Adolescents
Journal Of Bone And Mineral ResearchPublished: April 12, 2012
Intensity Of Exercise Is Associated With Bone Density Change In Premenopausal Women
Osteoporos IntPublished: January 11, 2006
Load-Specific Differences In The Structure Of Femoral Neck And Tibia Between World-Class Moguls Skiers And Slalom Skiers
Scandinavian Journal Of Medicine & Science In SportsPublished: December 20, 2000
Physical Activity And Bone: May The Force Be With You
Frontiers In EndocrinologyPublished: March 03, 2014
Static Tensional Forces Increase Osteogenic Gene Expression In Three-Dimensional Periodontal Ligament Cell Culture
BMB ReportsPublished: February 26, 2009
The Effects Of Axial Bone Osteogenic Loading-Type Resistance Exercise On Adults With Risk Of Moderate-Metabolic Dysfunction: A Pilot Study
Journal Of Diabetes And MetabolismPublished: April 28, 2015