Balance is freedom, and I didn’t realize that bone health was so important.
It’s a chronic issue, and you have so many baby boomers hitting the age where bone mineral density is important.
You hear about this bone loss more in women than men, but it is just as prevalent.
I was not extremely familiar with Osteoporosis as a male, but my wife and her family Erin have a lot of Osteoporosis and Osteoporosis.
We learned about OsteoStrong from Erin’s mom, who educated us on this because she was going to a center in Saint Louis.
It is interesting the way this all unfolded.
One of our sons started attending high school, and it became the appropriate time for her to renter the workforce and impact people’s lives.
Erin got a job as a session coach at OsteoStrong and fell in love with the technology and how she was helping other members of the Saint Louis community.
We decided to bring one to Chesterfield, Missouri, which has been our passion for the past three years.
It’s been very exciting and the tremendous impact we’re having on people’s lives.
We have over one hundred members who all have different levels of results.
There are many variables, including micronutrients and how much sleep and water you get.
Do you drink alcohol or smoke cigarettes?
Those things all impact our overall health, and we’ve learned that.
We’re able to educate people on how to get the best results at OsteoStrong.
We’ve had members that range from winning bicycle races to putting off total knee replacements to completely reversing Osteoporosis and Osteopenia.
Some members who come here no longer fear slipping or falling.
Balance is freedom.
Many of our members see an impact with balance, posture, and strength.
Hearing people tell me they can get on the ground and play with their grandkids.
They are in the backyard planting flowers in their garden, doing things they haven’t been able to do for years, thanks to OsteoStrong.
These stories are fulfilling, and we’re grateful to be a part of that piece.