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Carol Decker in her living room with the Marodyne LiV device surrounded by musical instruments. Carol Decker in her living room with the Marodyne LiV device surrounded by musical instruments. Carol Decker in her living room with the Marodyne LiV device surrounded by musical instruments.

Vibration therapy to improve your bone health

The Marodyne LiV device is medically certified to combat osteoporosis, build bone density, and improve blood flow.

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Professor Clinton Rubin’s Research

Over 35 years of research led to the development of Low-intensity Vibration (LiV) therapy and the Marodyne LiV device.

Royal Osteoporosis Society

MyBones is a proud supporter of the Royal Osteoporosis Society. For more information or to join as a member, visit or Freephone 0808 800 003.


The ROS is a registered charity. Charity No. 11002712

Marodyne LiV

Combat osteoporosis, naturally

People the world over have experienced the benefits of Marodyne LiV with many regaining their independence, flexibility and freedom. Marodyne LiV emits precisely calibrated, Low-intensity Vibrations to stimulate the bone-forming processes within the mesenchymal stem cells. It’s a 100% natural way to combat osteoporosis. Thousands of people around the world can now do the things they love for longer.

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“Fighting osteoporosis with Marodyne LiV is my new hobby!”

Patricia Cox, 71, High Wycombe

“It has improved my mobility and I definitely feel stronger both physically and mentally.”

Dorothy Wood, 72, Sheffield

“I’m so grateful to Marodyne LiV and feel much better for doing something natural to boost my bone health.”

Danah Witkin, 57, London

“I move more freely after using Marodyne LiV: it’s a great warm-up”

Trevor Dyson, 66, Northamptonshire

“I have a regular routine with the Marodyne LiV and use it each morning. The buzzing is like having a friendly bee with me!”

Lis Harding, 79, Chester

“I’m delighted to have found such a wonderful, gentle way to help my bones.”

Mavis Ahern, 73, Brecon

“I’m so relieved to be off all medication”

Geraldine Chamberlain, 67, Colchester

“I chose Marodyne as it’s a natural, proactive way to tackle my osteopenia”

Lesley Wilkinson, 65, Ripon, North Yorkshire

“I use it every morning for 10 minutes the moment I get up”

Julie Arnold, 65, Beaconsfield

“I don’t want to suffer with osteoporosis like my sister”

Judith Darling, 58, Shropshire

Our Partners

Bone health: A global health epidemic

This infographic has a fractured bone and the statistic, '£4.5 billion: the annual cost of fractures in the UK'

Cost of fractures

Fractures represent an enormous cost to UK healthcare providers and, in many cases, they could be avoided with better preventative treatments.

An Infographic that explains the number of people affected by osteoporosis in the UK. (3.5 million people total - 0.7 million men and 2.8 million women)

Millions affected in the UK

Osteoporosis already affects millions of people in the UK, with that number only set to rise as the population ages.

An infographic that reads, 'In the 5-7 years following menopause, a woman can lose up to 20% of her bone density. '

Menopause and osteoporosis

A drop in the body’s oestrogen levels during menopause means women are at an increased risk of losing bone density

An infographic that explains, '50% of women over 50 will be affected by osteoporosis'

Half of all women

Women are at an increased risk of osteoporosis


of women will be affected by osteoporosis

We can’t ignore the damaging impact osteoporosis has on women’s lives


million women are suffering from osteoporosis in the UK

Up to 80% of us will experience osteoporosis in our lifetimes


billion is spent by the NHS managing osteoporosis

To protect patients and healthcare providers, we need to focus on preventing the causes of osteoporosis, not treating the outcomes

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