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Medical Breakthrough: Drug Free Strategy Shows Promise for Reversing or Halting Osteoporosis for Michigan Men and Women
Date:1/18/2010

Many people suffer needlessly with osteoporosis everyday because of common misconceptions about the disease. Dr. Karl R.O.S. Johnson, D.C. describes how a fresh look at exercise and other factors can have a positive impact on osteoporosis - without dangerous medications.

(PRWEB) January 18, 2010 -- The National Osteoporosis Foundation in the United States has reported that by 2010 about 12 million people over the age of 50 are expected to have osteoporosis and another 40 million to have low bone mass. These numbers are expected to increase to 14 million and 47 million respectively by the year 2020. Osteoporosis patients don’t need to be a statistic anymore.

Dr. Karl R.O.S. Johnson, D.C., the author of “The Ultimate Strategy for Ending Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain”, is one of a select few health practitioners in the area offering a drug free Osteoporosis Program featuring WAVE (Whole Body Advanced Vibration Exercise). WAVE Therapy has been proven by medical research to help build bone mineral density in many patients including those with Osteoporosis. Participants will learn:

 
  • Osteoporosis is not caused by simply a deficiency in a popular nutrient
  • Foods do have an effect on osteoporosis, but not the ones you think
  • The beginnings of osteoporosis begin before the time of life most people are led to believe
  • The popular myth about this hormone predisposing one to osteoporosis is not true
  • How to get one hour worth of exercise benefits in 15 minutes.

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