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... Many years ago, I had a mini trampoline. I think for those of us getting older esp. with established osteoporosis , this is not something that would be wise. First, the surface area is not large and it would be easy to fall off. ... (4 replies)
... I have been reading about the many health benefits of using a mini trampoline for exercise, it is supposed to be good for increasing bone density, but I cannot find any specifics as to how it would help increase bone density has anyone had experience with a mini trampoline? thanks Myth (4 replies)
... I read that the trampoline is very good for the entire body, not just the bones. Lympatic system as well. My knees and lower back cannot handle jogging, so I plan on trampoline jumping a little every day. ... (4 replies)

... tramp and also jumped rope for years till I was diagnosed with both osteoporosis and degenerative discs. Now I wonder if these activities contributed to the disc problem. ... (4 replies)
... hi osteoblast , there are so many do's & donts with treatments & exercises its hard to know which way to turn and I do see what you mean if one does not have good balance a mini trampoline wouldnt be a good idea , fortunately I have good balance but I dont agree that basketball running & jumping jacks is a good idea either as the impact would be greater to the spine than... (4 replies)
... I've recently called the endocrinologist I had seen two weeks ago for test results. I am 41, premenopausal, with mild to moderate osteopenia. She did a panel of labs including hormones, thyroid, etc. etc. ... (11 replies)
... This isn't about strontium, which I still don't know enough about, but I do want to pass along some info re Ezorb and leg cramps. I have been taking Ezorb for over a year now, inspired by many of the positive reports on this message board. ... (44 replies)




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