OsteoStrong Opens in Carrollton




The first OsteoStrong location in the Dallas area has opened at 3730 North Josey Lane, Suite 100, in Carrollton. OsteoStrong leverages clinically researched osteogenic stimulation methodology to help people of all ages and fitness levels enhance bone health, balance, overall strength and posture. The scientifically proven system isn’t a prescription, gym or diet, yet it’s so powerful that many clients’ bone density scans show total osteoporosis reversal.

This location will include equipment from Spectrum, the latest technology development created in partnership with John Jaquish, Ph.D., a modern authority in osteogenic loading as a key tool for better aging.

Published data has shown that osteogenic loading sessions done once a week can increase bone density up to 14 percent in one year. This change is significant enough to reverse osteoporosis for most people, or at the very least, greatly slow the progress of weakening bones. OsteoStrong’s proprietary system engages bone and muscle development and delivers some of the benefits of strenuous exercise without risk of injury in 10-minute sessions once per week.

For more information, visit OsteoStrong.me.

 

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