BY JENNY GOLDSBERRY
Many hit the gym, watch what they eat, and otherwise closely monitor their physical fitness. What about the foundation of the body: our skeletal system?
Every single year, human bones deteriorate by about 1%. Younger and younger patients are getting diagnosed with osteoporosis and other bone density issues. That’s why clients from teenagers to 90-year-olds are visiting OsteoStrong at 1013 W. 2700 S. in Syracuse for their osteogenic loading machines.
These machines are a rehabilitative method to improve bone density and even prevent bone fractures. Now, the word “rehab” might conjure up painful images of physical therapy exercises, but visiting OsteoStrong is easier and simpler than a gym workout.
First, clients stretch for about two minutes. Once seated in one of the machines, which is similar to a squat machine, the skeletal system takes on a load at the very edge of mechanical failure without any pain. This light exercise–which won’t ever leave you sore–triggers the brain to make bones stronger. In total, it only takes 20 minutes!
“We like to say it’s the ultimate biohack,” managers Stacie and Heather Olsen say. “It’s a way to strengthen your foundation naturally, and the brain does all the work!”
This is the perfect conditioning for young athletes, patients suffering from osteoporosis, and those with joint replacements. Strengthening the bone density helps adhere to the nuts and bolts of an artificial replacement.
You might be wondering why you haven’t heard of this before; you’re not alone! Many are familiar with osteoporosis, but not with its treatments. Even doctors only really know how to treat bone density issues with medicine. Now, there’s a solution beyond calcium and vitamin D supplements. Don’t be mistaken: the benefits behind osteogenic loading have actually been known for over a century.
This month, you can expect to celebrate this bone treatment by coming in for a free session. Mention this ad and receive a free month of red light PEMF and Compression therapy!
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1013 W. 2700 S., Syracuse, UT