Restore Bone

 An estimated 1.5 million individuals suffer a fracture as a result of

osteoporotic bones each year.  

bioDensity™ osteogenic loading exercise helps rebuild and recalcify bone structure. Prior to the research on osteogenic loading technology and the bioDensity™ system, bisphosphonate medications were one of the few treatment options available for patients with osteoporosis and osteopenia. The non-pharmaceutical bioDensity™ system enables you to place a very brief but adequate pressure on your musculoskeletal system, signaling the body to add new bone and muscle tissue. These adaptive responses are perfectly natural, and the results are both real and measurable.

During a weekly visit to Restore Health, our clients will start on the PowerPlate® to warm up the muscles and increase circulation. Three or four movements help increase leg, chest and core performance. Then we move to the bioDensity™ machine to complete four different movements to deliver the precise stimulus needed to improve bone mineral density.

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15 minutes once a week to better bones

The bioDensity™ system enables you to place a very brief but adequate pressure on your musculoskeletal system, signaling the body to add new bone and muscle tissue. These adaptive responses are perfectly natural, and the results are both real and measurable. Only 15 minutes, once a week.

osteoporotic bone

Healthy bone

  • Safe for all ages

  • No sweating

  • No soreness

  • Non-pharmaceutical option

  • Immediate measurable results

  • Part of a whole-body solution

Four Easy Exercises

chest press

1

Leg press

2

Core Pull

3

vertical lift

4

All exercises are performed in isometric positions. There is no moving equipment. You are simply applying your maximum amount of force, making this program safe and easy for everyone. 

15 minutes

once a week

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                 2020 Restore Health

45-190 Club Drive, Indian Wells, CA 92210 | 760.408.2720

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