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Osteoporosis


When you are considering how to prevent and treat osteoporosis, keep in mind that there are no mainstream Rx drugs that you need to successfully prevent and reverse this condition. Rx drugs such as Boniva, Fosamax and Actonel and even injectable forms are not necessary on my program. Bisphosphonates like Boniva essentially nearly kill your bone to improve the DEXA scan result which is essentially measuring the shadow a bone makes with an X-ray. This shadow density does not mean a bone is strong and healthy.

An increasingly more prevalent side effect is mandibular necrosis; death of the jaw bone! It kills the jaw bone because it poisons the osteoclasts that cut away old bone so your bones can no longer remodel themselves. Remodeling means the body naturally removes old brittle bone and replaces it with new bone so you are not walking around on brittle old bones. This can cause another horrific side effect: atypical femoral fractures which is when a woman is just walking and both of her femurs break all the way through at the top of her thighs! Yes, often they both break together. This break occurs in a spot that the femur almost never breaks at due to the bone being nearly dead.

My approach uses nutrients, diet, and hormone compounding, and my patients DEXA scans show recurring improvement with repeat testing. Many patients are eventually no longer osteoporotic after years of this program.



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DR. ADRIAN'S APPROACH TO OSTEOPOROSIS and OSTEOPENIA TREATMENT AND PREVENTION

Discussion

When you are considering how to prevent and treat Osteoporosis, my first advice is do not listen to Gidget (Sally Fields). If you watch any TV, you would have seen Sally telling you how great Boniva is. Boniva is a bisphosphonate drug. Other examples are Fosamax and Actonel and even injectable forms. There are no mainstream Rx drugs that you need to successfully prevent and reverse this condition. My successes in my office are so dramatic that often times we have considered getting the Harrisburg Patriot or TV stations to air a story on it.

Why not listen to Sally? Bisphosphonates essentially nearly kill your bone to improve the DEXA scan result which is essentially measuring the shadow a bone makes with an X-ray. This shadow density does not mean a bone is strong and healthy. Dig up bones from a cemetery and you will have some good DEXA results but crumbly fragile bones.

An increasingly more prevalent side effect is Mandibular Necrosis; death of the jaw bone!! It seems that an uneducated person is quicker at questioning this paradox than a physician. The uneducated ask "how can it be good for my bones if it can kill a jaw bone?" Their doctor then says "trust me, I'm a doctor..and the FDA would not allow it to be sold if it was not good for your bones". Then they come see me.

It kills the jaw bone because it poisons the Osteoclasts that cut away old bone so your bones can no longer remodel themselves. Remodeling means the body naturally removes old brittle bone and replaces it with new bone so you are not walking around on brittle old bones. This can cause another horrific side effect: atypical femoral fractures which is when a woman is just walking and both of her femurs break all the way through at the top of her thigh! Yes, often they both break together. This break occurs in a spot that the femur almost never breaks at due to the bone being nearly dead.

My approach uses nutrients, diet, and hormones and my patients DEXA scans show recurring improvement with repeat testing. Many patients are eventually no longer osteoporotic after years of this program.


Treatment Plan

Diet and Lifestyle

The diet must be alkaline forming; not acid forming (see our Reference Library for our Acid Alkaline food chart). An acid forming diet makes the body over acidic which will then overwhelm the body's bicarbonate buffering system and calcium leaches from the bones to buffer acids. Sodas contain phosphoric acid frequently which dissolves the bones. Carbonation becomes Carbonic acid which again makes the body acidic. Excess vinegar, animal proteins, and cranberry juices also acidify.

Eat Kale, Collards and dark green leafy vegetables as they are both alkaline and contain calcium. Broccoli, Sesame, and figs are high in calcium. Raw milk (not pasteurized) is alkaline and rich in calcium.

Exercises

All exercise can help the bone but especially weight bearing exercise.

Supplements

DHEA: dose 10-25 mg in AM. Use lower doses for non-obese smaller women and the higher dose for larger obese women. Beware of acne or extra facial hair as DHEA is androgenic. We sell tons of this without side effects and many benefits.

Strontium Citrate: Take 2 capsules (400-500 mg) at bedtime or any time that you are not simultaneously taking calcium as they compete. Do be sure you are getting plenty of calcium if on Strontium.

Oscap Plus: 2 caps with meals. This is a bone nutrient combination product. This may be used daily or you may replace 3 days per week with MCHC 3 caps per day. I usually do this and on this protocol have seen countless successes. The MCHC keeps the costs down.

MCHC: This is mixture of the bone extract MCHC and Calcium Citrate plus D. Use 3 caps per day taking it with meals. Perhaps one and later 2 caps with another meal.

Vitamin D3: If you are not taking more than 1000 IU daily, then you should taking a loading dose of D3 at 10,000 IU daily for about 4 weeks and then decrease dose to 5000 IU daily; even in the summer. Testing can assure level but most everyone can take 5000 IU daily. This improves immunity and can decrease cancer too among many other benefits.

Progesterone Ethanol solution 50 mg/ml: Please apply 0.3 -0.5 ml on skin twice daily and rub in well.



Avoid list

Bisphosphonate drugs.

Handouts

Strontium

Diet for Life

Disclaimer

Legal Disclaimer on Online Medical Advice

This site is not designed to and does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services to you or to any other individual. Through this site and linkages to other sites, Dr. Adrian MD provides general information for educational purposes only. The information provided in this site, or through linkages to other sites, is not a substitute for medical or professional care, and you should not use the information in place of a visit, call consultation or the advice of your physician or other healthcare provider. Dr Adrian MD is not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this site.

IF YOU BELIEVE YOU HAVE A MEDICAL EMERGENCY, YOU SHOULD IMMEDIATELY CALL 911 OR YOUR PHYSICIAN. If you believe you have any other health problem, or if you have any questions regarding your health or a medical condition, you should promptly consult your physician or other healthcare provider. Never disregard medical or professional advice, or delay seeking it, because of something you read on this site or a linked website. Never rely on information on this website in place of seeking professional medical advice. You should also ask your physician or other healthcare provider to assist you in interpreting any information in this Site or in the linked websites, or in applying the information to your individual case.

Medical information changes constantly. Therefore the information on this Site or on the linked websites should not be considered current, complete or exhaustive, nor should you rely on such information to recommend a course of treatment for you or any other individual. Reliance on any information provided on this Site or any linked websites is solely at your own risk.



Learn How to Become a Patient

DR. ADRIAN'S APPROACH TO OSTEOPOROSIS and OSTEOPENIA TREATMENT AND PREVENTION

Discussion

When you are considering how to prevent and treat Osteoporosis, my first advice is do not listen to Gidget (Sally Fields). If you watch any TV, you would have seen Sally telling you how great Boniva is. Boniva is a bisphosphonate drug. Other examples are Fosamax and Actonel and even injectable forms. There are no mainstream Rx drugs that you need to successfully prevent and reverse this condition. My successes in my office are so dramatic that often times we have considered getting the Harrisburg Patriot or TV stations to air a story on it.

Why not listen to Sally? Bisphosphonates essentially nearly kill your bone to improve the DEXA scan result which is essentially measuring the shadow a bone makes with an X-ray. This shadow density does not mean a bone is strong and healthy. Dig up bones from a cemetery and you will have some good DEXA results but crumbly fragile bones.

An increasingly more prevalent side effect is Mandibular Necrosis; death of the jaw bone!! It seems that an uneducated person is quicker at questioning this paradox than a physician. The uneducated ask "how can it be good for my bones if it can kill a jaw bone?" Their doctor then says "trust me, I'm a doctor..and the FDA would not allow it to be sold if it was not good for your bones". Then they come see me.

It kills the jaw bone because it poisons the Osteoclasts that cut away old bone so your bones can no longer remodel themselves. Remodeling means the body naturally removes old brittle bone and replaces it with new bone so you are not walking around on brittle old bones. This can cause another horrific side effect: atypical femoral fractures which is when a woman is just walking and both of her femurs break all the way through at the top of her thigh! Yes, often they both break together. This break occurs in a spot that the femur almost never breaks at due to the bone being nearly dead.

My approach uses nutrients, diet, and hormones and my patients DEXA scans show recurring improvement with repeat testing. Many patients are eventually no longer osteoporotic after years of this program.


Treatment Plan

Diet and Lifestyle

The diet must be alkaline forming; not acid forming (see our Reference Library for our Acid Alkaline food chart). An acid forming diet makes the body over acidic which will then overwhelm the body's bicarbonate buffering system and calcium leaches from the bones to buffer acids. Sodas contain phosphoric acid frequently which dissolves the bones. Carbonation becomes Carbonic acid which again makes the body acidic. Excess vinegar, animal proteins, and cranberry juices also acidify.

Eat Kale, Collards and dark green leafy vegetables as they are both alkaline and contain calcium. Broccoli, Sesame, and figs are high in calcium. Raw milk (not pasteurized) is alkaline and rich in calcium.

Exercises

All exercise can help the bone but especially weight bearing exercise.

Supplements

DHEA: dose 10-25 mg in AM. Use lower doses for non-obese smaller women and the higher dose for larger obese women. Beware of acne or extra facial hair as DHEA is androgenic. We sell tons of this without side effects and many benefits.

Strontium Citrate: Take 2 capsules (400-500 mg) at bedtime or any time that you are not simultaneously taking calcium as they compete. Do be sure you are getting plenty of calcium if on Strontium.

Oscap Plus: 2 caps with meals. This is a bone nutrient combination product. This may be used daily or you may replace 3 days per week with MCHC 3 caps per day. I usually do this and on this protocol have seen countless successes. The MCHC keeps the costs down.

MCHC: This is mixture of the bone extract MCHC and Calcium Citrate plus D. Use 3 caps per day taking it with meals. Perhaps one and later 2 caps with another meal.

Vitamin D3: If you are not taking more than 1000 IU daily, then you should taking a loading dose of D3 at 10,000 IU daily for about 4 weeks and then decrease dose to 5000 IU daily; even in the summer. Testing can assure level but most everyone can take 5000 IU daily. This improves immunity and can decrease cancer too among many other benefits.

Progesterone Ethanol solution 50 mg/ml: Please apply 0.3 -0.5 ml on skin twice daily and rub in well.



Avoid list

Bisphosphonate drugs.

Handouts

Strontium

Diet for Life

Disclaimer

Legal Disclaimer on Online Medical Advice

This site is not designed to and does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services to you or to any other individual. Through this site and linkages to other sites, Dr. Adrian MD provides general information for educational purposes only. The information provided in this site, or through linkages to other sites, is not a substitute for medical or professional care, and you should not use the information in place of a visit, call consultation or the advice of your physician or other healthcare provider. Dr Adrian MD is not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this site.

IF YOU BELIEVE YOU HAVE A MEDICAL EMERGENCY, YOU SHOULD IMMEDIATELY CALL 911 OR YOUR PHYSICIAN. If you believe you have any other health problem, or if you have any questions regarding your health or a medical condition, you should promptly consult your physician or other healthcare provider. Never disregard medical or professional advice, or delay seeking it, because of something you read on this site or a linked website. Never rely on information on this website in place of seeking professional medical advice. You should also ask your physician or other healthcare provider to assist you in interpreting any information in this Site or in the linked websites, or in applying the information to your individual case.

Medical information changes constantly. Therefore the information on this Site or on the linked websites should not be considered current, complete or exhaustive, nor should you rely on such information to recommend a course of treatment for you or any other individual. Reliance on any information provided on this Site or any linked websites is solely at your own risk.



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Products

Calcium Citramate

Calcium Citramate

Online Price $11.70

DHEA 10mg

DHEA 10mg

Online Price $12.20

DHEA 25mg

DHEA 25mg

Online Price $18.10

DHEA 50 mg

DHEA 50 mg

Online Price $20.50

MCHC

MCHC

Online Price $24.50

Oscap

Oscap

Online Price $20.65

Oscap Plus

Oscap Plus

Online Price $36.90

Progesterone Cream

Progesterone Cream

Online Price $23.00

Strontium

Strontium

Online Price $19.10

Vitamin D / K2 Liquid

Vitamin D / K2 Liquid

Online Price $24.20

Vitamin D 10,000 IU

Vitamin D 10,000 IU

Online Price $17.50

Vitamin D 2000iu

Vitamin D 2000iu

Online Price $19.50

Vitamin D 5,000 IU

Vitamin D 5,000 IU

Online Price $25.80

Vitamin D Liquid

Vitamin D Liquid

Online Price $13.70

Vitamin D3 50,000 IU

Vitamin D3 50,000 IU

Online Price $10.00

Services

SERVICES

Services are available in office. Learn how to Become a Patient.

Injections and Intravenous therapies

EDTA Chelation therapy Please see the book "Bypassing Bypass Surgery" by Dr. Elmer Cranton MD and his website www.drcranton.com for more info. The recent TACT study from the NIH proved cardiovascular benefits of Chelation in heart disease. This is a weekly 3 hour IV which I have seen countless benefits from in my patients. I have witnessed every positive claim made for this IV in my office. Surprisingly, it has been shown to help strengthen the bone via the pulsatile Parathyroid hormone secretion from this IV.

Lab tests

I no longer test for bone resorption products such as Pyrilinks-D as they do not change or alter my treatment plan. Vitamin D levels should be optimized to above 60. Measure the total 25 hydroxy D level. Hormone repletion is extremely important. Testosterone (total and free) measured only by Quest is essential in women (other laboratories cannot measure accurately in the female range although they will do a worthless test for you; comes back low usually if not Quest). Testosterone is excellent for building bone and muscle and this hormone alone may make significant gains in bone density in my experience.

Semiannually, DEXA scans to measure bone density. Free heel scan screens are useful but are not as meaningful as a hip and spine measurement.

Rx Meds

The only Rx meds are bio-identical hormones for men and women. Post-menopausal women should be on my Hormone Replacement program. Rx Progesterone, estrogens and testosterone are essential. Over the counter Progesterone Ethanol solution is great too. I never use Rx Osteoporosis meds except rarely Miacalcin.


SERVICES

Services are available in office. Learn how to Become a Patient.

Injections and Intravenous therapies

EDTA Chelation therapy Please see the book "Bypassing Bypass Surgery" by Dr. Elmer Cranton MD and his website www.drcranton.com for more info. The recent TACT study from the NIH proved cardiovascular benefits of Chelation in heart disease. This is a weekly 3 hour IV which I have seen countless benefits from in my patients. I have witnessed every positive claim made for this IV in my office. Surprisingly, it has been shown to help strengthen the bone via the pulsatile Parathyroid hormone secretion from this IV.

Lab tests

I no longer test for bone resorption products such as Pyrilinks-D as they do not change or alter my treatment plan. Vitamin D levels should be optimized to above 60. Measure the total 25 hydroxy D level. Hormone repletion is extremely important. Testosterone (total and free) measured only by Quest is essential in women (other laboratories cannot measure accurately in the female range although they will do a worthless test for you; comes back low usually if not Quest). Testosterone is excellent for building bone and muscle and this hormone alone may make significant gains in bone density in my experience.

Semiannually, DEXA scans to measure bone density. Free heel scan screens are useful but are not as meaningful as a hip and spine measurement.

Rx Meds

The only Rx meds are bio-identical hormones for men and women. Post-menopausal women should be on my Hormone Replacement program. Rx Progesterone, estrogens and testosterone are essential. Over the counter Progesterone Ethanol solution is great too. I never use Rx Osteoporosis meds except rarely Miacalcin.