Yes, OsteoStrong has a cost, but you have to weigh that against the limitations, physical limitations you would have, and all of the costs of canes and walkers and braces and whatever medical expenses.
Huge. So, if you compare that cost to what you’re paying monthly, it’s minimal.
Casey’s thyroid gland was removed in 1964, and no one, until recent years, told her that levothyroxine was going to deplete her bone density.
Casey went from Osteopenia to Osteoporosis very quickly, and she knew he sister had a shot and adverse effects.
Casey knew that something different was needed. She saw the ad in the paper for OsteoStrong and knew she needed to set up an appointment.
Driving is extremely important to Casey. Losing the ability to drive causes many issues.
There are older people where Casey lives, and she’s learned from them what to pay attention to.
Casey enjoys the VibePlate it feels similar to getting a massage, and she enjoys the medical benefits.
Casey feels that keeping your blood moving is extremely important. Thyroid issues cause you to be really cold, which leads to hypothermia becoming an issue.
OsteoStrong is a blessing, and I hope all of you will be blessed by coming to OsteoStrong.