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... My apologies if the vibration therapy subject has been mauled to death on the forum whilst I've been occupied elsewhere. ... (5 replies)
Vibration Therapy
May 11, 2006
... daily routine, and if your body weight is low, you are the most likely to benefit from vibration therapy. ... (2 replies)
Vibration therapy
Jun 30, 2005
... He said it looked like it might be promising for reducing or preventing further bone loss but none of the medical abstracts saw any benefit for bone growth with vibration therapy. ... (12 replies)

Vibration therapy
Jun 22, 2005
... If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. On the other hand, I did find one abstract at PubMed about vibration therapy which was just to determine the scale of comfort for what they referred to as the Power Spectrum Density. ... (12 replies)
... Apparently some therapy places use the vibration therapy. ... (12 replies)
... I just recently read about the vibration therapy on an osteoporosis group e-mail list. The person mentioning it was doing really well w/it but she, of course, was also on calcium supplements, etc. but NOT taking Actonel/Fosamax or Forteo. I don't remember her full regimen of meds and exercise. (12 replies)
... No, but I think they might be a great idea. Unfortunately, unlike diabetes and hig blood pressure, osteoporosis cannot be treated organically. Trust me, I did my own research 7 years ago when I had to take Actonel. ... (2 replies)
... One book suggested standing for 20 minutes on a vibration platform. Has anyone tried this, and if so, do you think it helped? ... (2 replies)
... I have no experience with vibration boards and can't help with that question, but if you are looking or a more natural approach to treating your osteo look into strontium citrate. ... (2 replies)
... Below is a study on different vibration platforms. ... (5 replies)
... I've been using the Soloflex WBV for over a year now. It's uncertain how much good it's doing me, because I'm also doing other things, particularly Forteo, which is probably responsible for most of my present gains. Also, my last two DEXA results were confusing (thread at) so I'm not really sure how I'm doing now. ... (5 replies)
... utta my range tho I was very interested. I'll be sure to look into the SoloFlex. At the time I first read of the PowerPlate there wasn't much reliable info about vibration therapy for osteoporosis and my Endo tho aware of it was somewhat skeptical for the time being. ... (17 replies)
Osteopenia and HRT
Oct 28, 2010
... Thanks for the reply and the book recommendation. It is on its way from Amazon! I'm intrigued about the rebounder exercises - the concept of why they would help makes sense to me. Which one did you buy and is there anything about it you don't like? Regarding the Vibrational therapy, how did you try that? I Googled that in my area but came up blank. I did find a few... (9 replies)
... maybe some of us with osteoporosis can just go for a long time without serious symptoms. ... (9 replies)
... i can't do the vibration therapy because i get motion sick; i am aware that some people are using strontrium- have you had any side effects? (12 replies)
Osteopenia and HRT
Oct 27, 2010
... line bungee cord style which I find very smooth, quiet and comfortable. I originally considered vibration therapy, but found the vibration too vigorous and rather irritating. I love the rebounder, but can only do a few minutes a day. ... (9 replies)
... y producing and selling the "vibration therapy" for osteoporosis. HOWEVER, one has to wonder why NASA hasn't produced any further information on the value of the vibration therapy or this "clay". It didn't take long for the word on Tang to get out. Just proceed with caution is all I am trying to point out. ... (6 replies)
... Despite taking Didrocal for 7 years for osteopenia, my recent bone density test changed my diagnosis to osteoporosis. My GP asked me to research the more potent osteoporosis drugs on the internet before discussing medication options with her, stating I'd find some "pretty scary stuff". ... (12 replies)
... Oh, well, what's another $1000 - $1300, right?? I was just taking a ballpark guess-timate. (5 replies)
... Looks like it's currently selling in USA for $2250 plus shipping. (5 replies)

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