Protocols for Osteoporosis / Hip Degeneration Recovery
Unlike arthritis and osteoarthritis, osteoporosis is not related to the joints or joint degradation. It is a change in the actual structure of bone itself. Our bone is a living, dynamic tissue that changes over time. It has a complex structure specifically designed to serve its weight bearing function. Within a long bone like the femur, for example, there are two types of bony structures. Cancellous or spongy bone is found in the interior near the ends of the bones. This type of bone is porous, hence the name. This porous interior is covered by a layer of dense bone known as cortical or compact bone. This bone also forms the hallow shaft of long bones. The picture below shows a cut away view of bone and it various structures.
Bone hydroxapatite two to one ratio of calcium to magnesium, bone hormones, collagen and cofactors such as vitamin K2 that direct osteoblasts to lay down new bone are essential in supplements. Supply of building blocks and hormones for stem cell regeneration, improvement in bone perfusion, and compression of bone pizoelectric crystals stimulates new bone formation and regenreation of weak bone architecture. Infrared light therapy and whole body sine wave exercise are essential for regenerative stimuli to speed bone healing and regeneration. These can be accomplished with customized programs of epiGenetic therapies to speed bone remodeling and regenration.