Easton Pond Chiropractic is excited to partner with "BioDensity" to help our clients improve their bone health. By doing specific, targeted exercises on the machine developed by bioDensityTM , once a week, your bone density dramatically improves - and you can see the improvement right away. What we love about this technology is that it is easy for our clients. They do not need to devote a lot of time, get sweaty or even change their clothes to make a HUGE impact on their bone health. You may recognize this machine as it is located in the back of our office, in the same room were Dr. Gibson meets with clients to go over their "Report of Findings," and where clients have their "Thermal Scans" done.
- Increase bone density
- Improve posture
- Increase strength, balance, and stability
- Counteract the effects of osteoporosis, osteopenia, and aging
- Strengthen joints
- Prevent osteoporosis from starting
Check out the video to learn how Dr. John Jaquish developed his first device to treat and reverse his mother's osteoperosis.
bioDensityTM, the technology
Weight-bearing exercises are the key to stimulating bone growth, and the greater the weight applied, the better the results. BioDensity delivers weight—known as osteogenic loading—at multiples of your bodyweight, and beyond what is typically achieved in basic exercise. Studies show after one year of using bioDensity, on average, patients experience bone density gains of seven percent in the hip and 7.7 percent in the spine—results exponentially higher than those seen in traditional bone density interventions (Jaquish, 2013). Research has also shown significant stability and functional movement improvements with multiple populations. After each session, you’ll receive a Performance Report detailing and analyzing your overall progress and offering tips to enhance your program.
Ask Dr. Gibson about adding the BioDensity machine to your Easton Pond Chiropractic routine to prevent osteoporosis and increase bone health!
Our Middletown chiropractic office has moved to 272 Valley Road, Middletown, Rhode Island.