Here, some of our customers share how Marodyne LiV has changed and improved their lives by giving them the tool they needed to fight back.
Sylvia was just 53 when she was diagnosed with severe osteoporosis. A DEXA scan revealed she had very low bone density with her lower spine having a T-score of -5.6 T. X-rays also showed she had experienced multiple fractures in her lower and upper back over the previous three years.
It was around this time that, by chance, Sylvia discovered Marodyne LiV in a magazine. Eager to find a solution, Sylvia got in touch.
When Syliva had a follow up scan, the results showed ‘There has been a clinically significant increase in bone mineral density at the hip since the previous scan’. “I was absolutely thrilled: the relief was immense! Marodyne LiV is a life-changer for me. It has given me confidence that I can improve my bone health and regain my strength.’
Danah was diagnosed with osteoporosis in September 2020 at the age of 56 having had osteopenia for three years. She found it quite a shock to have this diagnosis and see the deterioration compared to the one she had received three years previously, especially as she exercises a lot and eats healthily. Danah was advised to take alendronic acid but didn’t want to take medication.
Danah sees a rheumatologist to help her manage her menopause symptoms, including losing her bone density. It was she who advised Danah to try HRT, rather than medication. She also suggested Danah look for other ways to specifically help prevent her bones from further decline. “I had read up on Marodyne LiV and decided to add this to my daily regime.”
Jane Ryan, author of the ‘Missing Dad’ teen spy thriller series, has always led an active lifestyle; horse-riding, kayaking and dinghy sailing – you name it. At age 60, however, she suffered a fracture to her femur after tripping over and was subsequently diagnosed with osteoporosis.
While Jane had hoped that the rate of bone thinning could be slowed by Marodyne LiV, she hadn’t dared to hope that her right femur could get stronger again, “My GP had never seen scans like this: the osteoporosis beast had been put into reverse gear!”
Donna was diagnosed with Osteoporosis back in 2020 at the age of 56 when she had an unexpected fall and broke her radius. A follow up DEXA scan revealed the osteoporosis in her spine was -2.9 and -2.0 in her hip. “This was a big shock for me as I had no symptoms and felt fit and well for my age”
Donna uses her device everyday alongside her twice weekly weight training sessions. Nearly three years after first learning she had osteoporosis, Donna had a REMs scan.
She was elated to find all her hard work had paid off and her diagnose had improved from osteoporosis back to osteopenia.
“The results speak for themselves, and I feel empowered and committed to continue on my journey”.
Judith was diagnosed with osteopenia after she insisted on having a DEXA scan. She had no symptoms and felt and looked fine in herself. However, when her older sister discovered her osteopenia had progressed to osteoporosis, Judith wanted to get checked herself.
Judith’s DEXA scan result prompted her to take preventative action to avoid her bone health deteriorating further. She upped her calcium intake, returned to doing weight training and started working out with a personal trainer. She also looked into other natural preventative options and found Marodyne LiV.
“I thought my outdoor activities in the sunshine and vitamin D supplements would maintain my strength and bone health: but I still had osteopenia!”
Louise was diagnosed with osteopenia – the condition that precedes osteoporosis – in 2012 aged 61. Despite leading a healthy, active outdoor lifestyle, Louise was concerned for her bone health after she broke her arm while travelling in Australia.
Louise knew she had to be proactive to avoid her bone health deteriorating into osteoporosis. She was keen to try Marodyne LiV and was the first UK patient to start using the device in August 2015.
Patricia Cox, 71, High Wycombe
Dorothy Wood, 72, Sheffield
Danah Witkin, 57, London
Trevor Dyson, 66, Northamptonshire
Lis Harding, 79, Chester
Mavis Ahern, 73, Brecon
Geraldine Chamberlain, 67, Colchester
Lesley Wilkinson, 65, Ripon, North Yorkshire
Julie Arnold, 65, Beaconsfield
Judith Darling, 58, Shropshire
“I love the way it stimulates the body’s cells in a wholly natural way. Even better, it does more than just help build bone: it also helps improve muscle strength, reduce knee, hip and back pain, and helps improve your balance to reduce your risk of falling.”
Diana, now in her 80s, was diagnosed with osteopenia over a decade ago and vowed to fight back. Lovingly known as The Green Goddess, Diana has always championed women’s fitness and has remained active all her life and so never expected to develop osteopenia. Looking for a natural way to help her body combat the disease, Diana discovered Marodyne LiV.
“When I discovered Marodyne LiV, it was everything I was searching for. It’s an entirely natural way that stimulates my bone-building cells to make my bones healthier and stronger.”
Meg Mathews – former Brit Pop icon and music industry PR turned entrepreneur, columnist and trailblazer for women’s health – is stepping up her fight against osteoporosis by becoming a MyBones ambassador.
“I trust the science behind it and love the way it naturally stimulates my body to create new bone tissue – rather than looking to preserve the old tissue. It’s pleasant to use and really easy to fit into my daily routine.”
Carol Decker, lead vocalist of 80s pop-band sensation T’Pau, is literally rocking her 60s taking live gigs and gruelling tour schedules in her stride. Her famous energy is as high as ever and so you’d never know she’s living with osteoporosis.
Diagnosed with the disease aged 57 and not one to sit around feeling sorry for herself, Carol came out fighting, eager to find a treatment that would prevent osteoporosis affecting her lifestyle and health.
Julie Robinson has spent her career helping women to stay active and healthy. Formerly a PE teacher, she ran a women’s dance and fitness club before establishing Move it or Lose it, an award-winning training company helping older people to enjoy active, happier lives. She then went on to create MenoHealth a unique, endorsed programme that empowers women to take control of menopause.
She considers Marodyne LiV as an ideal practical solution for people that sits alongside her advice for keeping active and healthy.
Julie’s work is wholly based on people’s trust so she will never recommend or suggest anything that she hasn’t tried herself and researched fully.
“At the moment, I’m fit and well for my age but am not complacent,” says Julie. “I’m using Marodyne LiV to protect my bone health and can see myself using it long into the future to support my bones as I age.”
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LivMD is the exclusive UK and Éire distributor for the Marodyne LiV Device.
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