With OsteoStrong, joints become compressed in optimized positions for absorbing impact, they adapt. The joint capsule, tendons and ligaments through the musculoskeletal system thicken and increase in strength to better protect the joint (1). This can have the potential of diminishing the pain in joints and can contribute to increased mobility and quality of life. With these osteogenic level loads there has also been indications of cartilage quality improvements that can aid in reduction of osteoarthritic pain (2).

  1. Benjamin, M. & Ralphs, J. (1998). Fibro cartilage in tendons and ligaments - an adaptation to compressive load. Journal of Anatomy. 9:481–494.
  2. Koli, J., Multanen, J., Kujala, U. M., Häkkinen, A., Nieminen, M. T., Kautiainen, H., ... & Heinonen, A. (2015). Effect of Exercise on Patellar Cartilage in Women with Mild Knee Osteoarthritis. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.


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