OsteoStrong Science

OsteoStrong sessions utilize a series of devices that allow axial compression of bone to emulate the effect of impact, which is called Osteogenic Loading. Because of the optimized positioning of the human body, loading forces go through the human bone that are far higher than those seen in daily activity or weight training. Heavy loading is already understood and recommended by all international bodies of medical education, but at OsteoStrong, we make it safer.

In fact, we’ve known for over 100 years that Osteogenic Loading works. In the late 1800’s, Dr. Julius Wolff discovered that bones will adapt to the loads under which they are placed (Wolff’s Law). What we didn’t know until the 2012 Deere & Tobias study (to the right) was that there is a minimum threshold to triggering osteogenesis. 4.2 multiples of your body weight is the minimum required force to trigger bone growth in the hip joint (the most important place to avoid fracture) and peak forces with adults in conventional resistance exercise only show 1.26 to 1.54 multiples of body weight.

S T U D I E S

Learn why walking, running and even weight lifting have little to no positive effect to improving bone density. Deere & Tobias 2012 Study

Learn how osteogenic loading works with and without bisphosphonates and how your body is perfectly capable of rebuilding bone tissue holistically. Osteoporosis International 2013 Study

Proving the efficacy of osteogenic loading with a group of women over the age of 50. Hunte, Jaquish, Huck 2015 Study

Learn how Osteogenic Loading lowered A1C levels by .6% in only 6 months without changing their diet.Type II Diabetes 2015 Study