Michelle completely shattered the L2 vertebrae and broke two ribs, her femur, right ankle, and bones in her right hand. Michelle has been in excruciating pain for the past two decades.
Jane is now more active and stronger, thanks to OsteoStrong. She has made it a priority to change her lifestyle.
I was at my computer one day, and I got a message on LinkedIn from one of the owners of OsteoStrong in Las Vegas, and we were communicating back and forth.
Gayla thought to give OsteoStrong a try because a lot of her friends do it, which was a big part of her decision.
“I know that 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 have to take care of your bone health and go to OsteoStrong.”
Being in fitness most of her life, MaryJo figured it was enough to keep her body strong. However, she discovered it was not enough to keep her bones strong.
Lisa had Osteopenia at the early age of forty. She took supplements and had been strength training my whole life. Lisa even had a vibration plate at home. She knew something had to change.
So everyone has bones and gets older. A large percentage of us run into Osteoporosis, Osteopenia, and arthritis. Athletes can end up with a lot of joint pain.
I was back to playing volleyball on the side with my friends again, being able to spike the ball. First time I’ve been able to do that in about five years without pain after a few spikes.
About four years ago, I started to get some hip pain a little bit at first, and then it just started getting worse and worse.