Six months after Laura came into OsteoStrong, she also was 101% stronger than when she started.
The first time Laura heard about OsteoStrong was all the amazing biohacking they achieved. She didn’t really know about the machines that could increase bone health.
Having severely fractured her tibia, Laura had five operations to put her leg back together.
The machines at OsteoStrong were perfect for her rehab, and she basically lived at the center for six months.
“OsteoStrong was my primary source, at that time, for my physical therapy. The team who took care of me every day when I came in, I was super sensitive to everything when I first came in in a wheelchair.”
Now is more of a maintenance mode. Laura comes in once a week to work on the machines.
She tells everyone that OsteoStong is the fastest way to heal from surgeries and is the quickest way to keep a foundation of maintaining a healthy body as a preventative measure.
OsteoStrong is something Laura will be doing for the rest of her life. She enjoys doing the four machines once a week.
“Before I got here, there were other things I had to do to be able even to sustain being here because I was in so much pain, so this was once I was through some of the pain, and I could do the work, so, I mean, I’m ecstatic, and I was amazed when Robert told me the results of my DEXA scan.”
They help you get the DEXA scan and get a place near here that does the DEXA scan, and then Robert interprets it for you, so Laura didn’t even know it. She was ecstatic about such great progress.
Laura could feel it, but then she also had the evidence that showed that it was progressing in different ways, which made her super excited.
Laura’s goal is to do an Olympic-distance triathlon. She may not be running it but will be completing it, and it will definitely be due to all the work Laura has done here at OsteoStrong.
It’s easy to talk about it because she loves the place. It’s been amazing for me on every level.
“If you’ve been injured, if you have had surgery of any kind, this is the place to come, recover, gain back your strength, gain back your health, have a really supportive community.”
This summer, Laura will be 55 years old and will participate in a triathlon in Malibu in September.
Five years from now, Laura’s goal is to get back to how she felt when she was 30 years old.
So far, she’s lost 25 pounds, and her other goal is to lose 50 pounds being back down to the weight she was in her 30s for her bones, muscles, and overall health.