Soon you may be hearing a lot about low-intensity vibration
therapy for strengthening bones and reducing the risk of
fractures. Two low-intensity oscillating devices designed for
home use are coming onto the market, and the Agency for
Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), which advises the federal
government on health care matters, is expected to issue a report
highlighting the evidence as well as the many unanswered
questions about this unique approach to help postmenopausal women
at risk for osteoporosis.
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