Since being a part of OsteoStrong, Dennis says he feels better and is more active. He enjoys playing several rounds of golf and taking his dog for walks pain-free. Several times a year, he’d get quite a few shots in his back to help manage the pain.
Since being at OsteoStrong, Cathy’s balance is a lot better, and she is feeling stronger. When she enters the center, Cathy is always greeted with a smile and surrounded by supportive staff and coaches.
Jeanne is avoiding taking Fosamax by coming to OsteoStrong for her Osteoporosis. Being almost seventy now, it was around eight years ago when Jeanne’s doctor noticed she was slipping into Osteoporosis early stages.
Bobbie Jo found out about OsteoStrong through an Instagram ad that had popped up on her feed. Once Bobbie Jo started attending, she never missed a session before OsteoStrong daily functioning was complex like walking, handling scissors, knives, and even doorknobs.
Beth drives forty-five minutes each way to get to her OsteoStrong sessions. She does this because of how inviting and supportive everyone is at the center.
Bruce has Osteopenia and goes to OsteoStrong to prevent it from worsening. He enjoys seeing his advancements week by week due to the computerized machines that log your previous workouts.
Barb was fifty years old when she had her first DEXA scan, and she was diagnosed with Osteopenia. She started taking medication but didn’t tolerate them well, so she decided to stop after a few years of being on them.
Millie’s mother suffered from Osteoporosis and after Millie’s own DEXA scans came back with negative news, she discovered OsteoStrong.
Four years ago, Linda was diagnosed with Osteopenia, didn’t want to take dangerous medications, and looked for an alternative.
Meet Mike, when he turned 52, he wanted to do what he could to slow down the aging process.