The Osteoporosis Treatment Big Pharma Does Not Want You to Know

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The Osteoporosis Treatment Big Pharma Does Not Want You to Know

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The Osteoporosis Treatment Big Pharma Does Not Want You to Know
By Madeline Ross

The Honest Truth

If you have osteoporosis, you are facing a scary set of risks that could result in a crippling bone fracture, hospitalization and for some, limited recovery or worse. The traditional approach from doctors supported by the pharmaceutical industry proposes managing that risk with medication as only real option. It is not. There are a few options that even include a combination of medication and medical exercise. It is about what is right for you. But you have to do investigating online or with friends.

A Stand for Your Health – Self-Advocacy

Our world has really changed [impact of Covid, economy, jobs, travel, etc.]. The increased challenges to our health have compelled an even greater responsibility for each of us to take care of ourselves – and this is never going away. Broaden your understanding of medical options for the treatment of Osteopenia/Osteoporosis is imperative for your health and your families well being. You need to become your own provider of a second opinion.

Lastly, as we’ve all experienced in the last 40 plus years, there are lots of different homeopathic and alternative types of medicines, that the conventional medical field has pointed fingers at and discounted. But yet, we’ve learned over that time that there are many types of alternative treatments that are absolutely appropriate, and in some cases, even better than conventional medicine offers.

Broadening your knowledge of medical options for treating Osteopenia/Osteoporosis is imperative for your long term independence, mobility and quality of life. There are not a ton of choices, but each one matters.

Options for Treating Osteoporosis

Do nothing – “If I’m not hurting, why do I need treatment at all?”
Medication – traditional drugs prescribed by your physician
Medical Exercise – focused outcome specialty exercise treatment

Doing nothing is a very deceiving choice because it’s allowing the disease to progress quicker. So first and foremost, doing nothing is not a viable option.

Medication as treatment has been a blessing for many women and because of the side effects, a double-edged sword. Many women have questions when they’re offered medication as treatment, such as: How invasive are the side effects? What type of chance is there for getting a life-threatening outcome like esophageal cancer or? How will I deal with the side effects? What happens if I have to stop taking the medications? What happens if I miss a dose?

Medical Exercise for osteoporosis is not standard exercise activity. It is a proven treatment specifically designed to build bone density.

Medication Option: Medication (Side Effects and Anxiety)

According to the Mayo Clinic, treatments typically tried first are bisphosphonates such as Alendronate (Fosamax), Ibandronate (Boniva), Risedronate (Actonel), and Zoledronic Acid (Reclast). These medications have side effects that you need to consider:

Stomach pain
Allergic reactions
Gastrointestinal problems, such as trouble swallowing, inflammation of the esophagus, and ulcers
Osteonecrosis (death of bone tissue) in the jaw
Fracture of the thighbone (femur) with more than five years of use

Mayo Clinic source:

In addition to potential side effects of the medications, many women feel anxiety around adding more pills and managing them into their daily lives.

Finally, most of the osteoporosis medications have a limited time that they can be used. This leaves you with, “What do I do next?” The medication solution is not cumulative, once stopped is begins to reverse.

Medical Exercise Option: What Is It?

Focused medical exercise for osteoporosis (and osteopenia) utilizes the well-known scientific principles to engage the body’s natural bone growth mechanisms to build bone density. Leveraging incredibly sophisticated equipment the treatment simplifies exercise movements creating optimal loading creating the desired effect. This is called osteogenic loading. There are no medications, there are no side effects, nor guessing if you missed a dose or lost it.

Gaining in world-wide prominence, Strong Bone Health programs provides accredited medical exercise with Certified Specialists continuously supervising you on our patented, medical-grade equipment for Osteopenia/Osteoporosis. More than a quiet alternative, Strong Bone Health medical exercise is practiced on three continents for over 20 years. Its time to have exercise make you independent of Osteoporosis instead of being dependent on medication to treat it!

Combining the Strong Bone Health program and equipment leverages the fundamental medical principles to create an organic, safer way to enable your body to replenish and repair its bones. Exercising on both devices once a week for 15 minutes is all that’s needed to build back your bone density and improve the way you feel.

Why Consider Strong Bone Health Medical Exercise Now?

It is never too late to start:

Women younger than 75 years and men under 60 years can expect to live at least 15 more years after beginning treatment for osteoporosis, according to a new observational study.


Is this service available in Houston?

Yes. The business is called SuperSlow Zone. They have two locations, and one of reasons we like them so much is because they are rated by the government as an essential medical service. As one, they are forced to a much higher level of compliance against Covid than a gym. Here are links to more information Landing page (shorter version) to set up meeting.

Does SuperSlow Zone’s Strong Bone Health Work?

SSZ client Keri:
“Well, I had just been diagnosed with a horrible case of osteoporosis. Living with osteoporosis and osteopenia, and not getting any improvements, are my big concerns.
But after a year with my Strong Bone Health program, all of my numbers have improved.
So I’m very pleased, and my doctor was very pleased. In fact, for the first time in three
years, he didn’t even talk about putting me on medicine.”

SSZ client Lessie:
“I was actually also diagnosed with osteoporosis and was looking for a non-medicine solution to that. As you probably know, the osteoporosis medicines are terrible. And so I really had seen the advertisement for SuperSlow Zone in a local magazine. And so I went to the website, did a little more research and decided to give it a try. Very pleased with my results.”

But What Do Real Doctors Think?
“Using optimal biomechanics and loading bones through compression, osteogenic loading response (bone growth) is stimulated and ultimately improves. My patients are in control during the entire session and are never forced to strain – it is at their pace, and comfort level. I have seen my patients improve bone density over 8% in one year, which is a gain that is unparalleled with any other modality used in clinical practice today.”

Kevin Hall, MD, FAARFM
General Surgery

“Patients see the documented benefits of osteogenic loading on their bioDensity performance reports which enhances compliance. Patients enjoy coming back every week for the osteogenic loading experience, which is fast, safe, and convenient, but most of all they know they are improving their bone health, and general health without the concerns of pharmacological side effects.”

Warren Ross, MD
Double board certified,
Internal Medicine and Geriatric Medicine

“The real-world musculoskeletal benefits of the bioDensity device and osteogenic loading on strength, coordination, balance and subsequently confidence are nothing short of astonishing. The drug-free, osteogenic loading bone density benefits are unique to the bioDensity device. As a surgeon, I foresee the bioDensity device improving my patient’s quality of life drastically.”

Jeffrey Bentson, MD
Orthopedic Surgery

About SuperSlow Zone West Houston
SuperSlow Zone is a professional, “‘premium‘ medical and wellness exercise studio.”

Our commitment is to help people with life-threatening health challenges,
such as Osteoporosis. We go beyond exceptional health care so that you
can live a wonderful quality of life.