Osteoporosis is called the “Silent Killer” Most people do not know that they have fractured until after a fracture has occurred. If you have been diagnosed with Osteoporosis or Osteopenia, educate yourself on how to prevent a fracture

Common Causes of Anterior Wedge Fractures:

  • Decreased bone density (Weak Bones)
  • Kyphosis
  • Weakness in upper back muscles
  • Tightness in Chest muscles
  • Fractures occur with these simple activites:

  1.         Hugging a child
  2.         Closing a Window
  3.         Making a bed
  4.         Twisting of Spine

Common Causes of Anterior Wedge Fractures:

  • Reduce pain and inflammation in upper back
  • Drug-free treatment for control of pain
  • Improved your overall ability to perform your daily activities (standing froma chair, bending over to pick up something from the floor, Sitting in a lower surface)
  • Reduce fractures
  • See results in 3 treatments or we change your program
  • Sleep Better
  • Improved Balance
  • Improved upright posture
  • Gain strength in upper back (if you are not fused, you can re-gain lost height)
  • Improve balance and mobility

How long be for I can see some relief?

You will fill a difference within your first few treatments. The more complex your curvature, the longer the full recovery will be. It is best to seek treatment early as you are diagnosed with Osteopenia or Osteporosis.

Be wary of…..

Physical Therapy clinics that do not provide one on one treatment that focuses on your curvature, prevention, as well as your balance.

Why act Now?

Prevention is the key here. If you have been diagnosed with Osteoporosis or Osteopenia call us today.