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•Decreased fall risk.
•Higher Quality of Life.
•Long Term Mobility and Longevity.
How Much Does It Cost?
Our Osteoporosis treatment solution is typically covered by your health insurance. We participate with most insurance plans and accept personal injury protection auto insurance and attorney letters of protection. The cost of each session varies from $5 to $55 depending on your insurance plan. If you are uninsured, we have affordable payment plans for as low as $20 per week.
What You Can Expect From Our Osteoporosis Treatment...
•Personalized Treatment Program.
•Expert One on One Care.
•Decreased pain with daily life.
•Increased body and core strength.
What Should I Be Wary Of?
•Exercise prescription from a personal trainer
or non-osteoporosis specialist.
•Situations where you may fall. The risk of
fracturing an osteoporotic bone is much greater.
Call us if you are having balance difficulties.
•Relying on medications alone to increase bone
density. Exercise and nutrition are essential
for bone regrowth.
•Medications that destroy bone cells and prevent
bone regrowth (i.e. blood thinners, hormone
drugs, diabetes medicine & antidepressants).
Why Act Now?
As experts in the treatment of osteoporosis and spinal curvature, we address the root cause and not just the symptoms. We provide one on one care that focuses on individualized treatment to effectively improve spinal alignment, bone density, balance and total body strength.
We specialize in addressing the deeper, underlying problems. We will do a thorough evaluation and develop an individualized treatment program just for you. This includes helping you develop a lifestyle that will keep you strong and active for years to come. Don’t let your problem get to the point of no return. Call and schedule an appointment today.
About Our Osteoporosis Treatment Solution...
What is the Cause of Osteoporosis? Loss of BONE DENSITY.
Your bones are in a constant state of renewal — new bone is made and old bone is broken down. When you're young, your body makes new bone faster than it breaks down old bone and your bone mass increases. Most people reach their peak bone mass by their early 20s. As people age, bone mass is lost faster than it's created.
How likely you are to develop osteoporosis depends partly on how much bone mass you attained in your youth and what you have done to maintain the density during your life.
Common Risk Factors For Osteoporosis and Spinal Curvature...
•Over 50 years old
•Small Frame Size
Great News… You can increase your bone density at any age!!!
•Altered Hormone Levels
What We Treat…
•Carpal Tunnel Pain
•Fitness & Weight Loss
Don't Wait Another Day! Call NOW To Learn More!
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No Doctor Referral Necessary! Call (352) 693-3378 Today To Schedule Your Appointment!