Avoid Bone-Strengthening Medicine
Marcia is avoiding bone-strengthening medicine. OsteoStrong is the best option for maintaining good bone health.
Marcia takes care of her 91-year-old mother, and her six-year-old granddaughter with OsteoStrong Marcia can keep up with her daily activities.
She worked for the UCLA Department of Hematology-Oncology before retiring and had heard of OsteoStrong years ago.
Marcia realized her Osteoporosis had become bad and started looking around for a solution and came across an OsteoStrong Facebook ad.
She called, and for her first sessions, Marcia quit her local gym due to the lack of direct attention she needed without hiring a trainer.
Marcia comes into OsteoStrong for sessions and is out 15 minutes later.
“I know my bone strength is the focus of my exercise here. If you’re in your 70s and as active as I am caring for an elderly parent and active grandkids, you must take care of your bone health and go to OsteoStrong.”
Her goal is to stay as strong as she is now over the next ten years and not have any more bone degeneration.
Marcia wants to remain active and hopes her following bone scan will reveal positive results.
She isn’t a candidate for bone-strengthening medicine anymore.
OsteoStrong is the best option for maintaining good bone health.
“If you are dealing with Osteoporosis, you have to do something targeted like this.
Women like me have been projects our whole lives. Managing your health is like project management.”
You have to take control of it and do everything you can to be strong.
It’s more than diet and nutrition or supplements.
It has to be targeted strength training, and OsteoStrong does that for me.