02 Mar New Technology to Combat Osteoporosis Now Available in Pensacola
by Katie King |Katie@ewbullock.com
New Technology to Combat Osteoporosis Now Available in Pensacola
PENSACOLA, FLA. (March 1, 2021) – Less than a year after opening the first Northwest Florida OsteoStrong location in Gulf Breeze, owner Shauna Osborne is excited to be growing the presence of OsteoStrong by opening a second location in the Cordova Mall area of Pensacola.
After being diagnosed with osteoporosis at age 55, and personally experiencing the positive impact that OsteoStrong had on her overall health, Osborne decided to invest in this new technology. She now has two locations under her belt.
OsteoStrong Cordova Pensacola – located at 1151 Office Woods Dr., Suite D, is now open to the public.
“I’m excited to help others improve their overall strength, balance, and bone health using this new Spectrum System technology. If I can do it, you can too.”
Approximately 10 million Americans have osteoporosis and another 44 million have low bone density, placing them at increased risk. This means that half of all adults age 50 and older are at risk of breaking a bone and should be concerned about bone health.
Of the estimated 10 million Americans with osteoporosis, about 8 million or 80% are women. Approximately one in two women over age 50 will break a bone because of osteoporosis. A woman’s risk of breaking a hip is equal to her combined risk of breast, uterine and ovarian cancer.
“Since starting weekly sessions at the Gulf Breeze OsteoStrong in May of 2020, my annual Dexa Scan showed significant improvement in bone density levels,” said Leslie Perino of Gulf Breeze, a local client. “By building stronger bones with OsteoStrong, I no longer have to rely on medications to treat my osteoporosis.”
According to Osborne, OsteoStrong is not a gym, diet, supplement, pharmaceutical or medical treatment.
“It’s a scientifically backed concept with proven technology in a unique place, where you can go to improve your overall health by focusing on the one thing we all have in common — a skeletal system,” she says.
OsteoStrong is for people of all ages and activity levels. Many OsteoStrong members have been able to reverse osteoporosis and Type II diabetes, as well as alleviate back and joint pain within the skeletal system, by rapidly increasing bone tissue and density.
To do this, OsteoStrong uses a series of Robotic Musculoskeletal Development System (RMDS) devices that compress an individual’s bones to emulate the effect of impact. During these safe, painless, minute-long sessions, known as osteogenic loading, members experience four to 10 times their own bodyweight, without injury, triggering the development of healthy new bone tissue. The four-device circuit takes less than 10 minutes to complete, once a week. There are also other wellness modalities including JoovvÒ red-light therapy, HydroMassageÒ, VibeplateÒ vertical vibration therapy, BioChargerÒ energy revitalization platform and Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field (PEMF).
Osborne hopes to educate the Pensacola and Gulf Breeze community on the importance and life-improving impact of good bone health, and invites anyone to schedule an appointment for a wellness assessment and/or to discuss the benefits of OsteoStrong.
To contact Shauna Osborne, please call 840-480-7119 or email email@example.com.
For more information about OsteoStrong Cordova Pensacola, located at 1151 Office Woods Dr. Suite D, please visit centers.osteostrong.me/osteostrong-cordova-pensacola-florida/.
OsteoStrong is a membership-based integrative health and wellness center with a focus on musculoskeletal strengthening. OsteoStrong’s four-device circuit takes only minutes to complete, once a week. Under the direction of a skilled technician, users engage in a safe, controlled movement on each device that results in a stimulus to the central nervous system, triggering osteogenesis or new bone growth. Each device provides instant biofeedback with a member’s impact emulation for exertion measured in pounds and multiples of body weight. Data is recorded and a report is sent to the member detailing their progress at the conclusion of each session.