Southern New Hampshire Menopausal Womens Bones Benefit from Probiotics

October 10, 2017

Chiropractors understand bones. No bones about it! Young bones and mature bones welcome the tender care provided by caring chiropractors like your Southern New Hampshire chiropractor at New Hampshire Spine and Sport. The older bones - particularly menopausal bones - that hurt due to osteoporosis really enjoy the soothing care of your Southern New Hampshire chiropractor. Prevention strategies like calcium and vitamin D supplementation and probiotic intake are encouraged at New Hampshire Spine and Sport while pain-relieving Southern New Hampshire chiropractic treatment is delivered.


Osteoporosis in menopausal women is not a sudden onset condition. Osteoporosis is the result of years of bone loss starting when women (and men) are young. It’s like a savings account. The deposits made into the bone health account as young people pay off when those young people grow old. If the bones are built up well in youth, they will persist in aging better. If the bones didn’t get that built up, they will suffer - more for some than others – as they get older. Supplementation and dietary intake of calcium, vitamin D and magnesium are often suggested for young women to help fend off menopausal osteoporosis. For older Southern New Hampshire women, menopausal and post-menopausal, a combination of those same nutrients are as well…plus a twist! New Hampshire Spine and Sport enjoys sharing these useful new, research-documented treatment twists to assist our Southern New Hampshire osteoporosis patients.


New Hampshire Spine and Sport assists female Southern New Hampshire osteoporosis patients make do with their condition from pain-easing treatment with Cox Technic, a most gentle spinal manipulation your bones will so like, to common nutritional supplements and new ones like probiotics. To potentially prevent and treat osteoporosis without the increased risk of cancer affiliated with hormone replacement therapy, a combination of probiotic and bioavailable isoflavone treatment was tested in the form of red clover extract. It worked well! A year of taking it twice a day showed a reduction in bone mineral density (BMD) loss, improvement of bone turnover, a better estrogen metabolite profile, and more equol production in post-menopausal women with osteopenia. Adding calcium, magnesium, and calcitriol evidenced to be even more effective.  (1) Another article reports that just adding a multispecies probiotic supplement for 6 months showed positive effects on postmenopausal women’s bone health as it slowed the rate of bone turnover. (2) New Hampshire Spine and Sport is all about natural tactics that help bone health, Southern New Hampshire premenopausal, menopausal and postmenopausal bones.  


New Hampshire Spine and Sport is prepared to put its knowledge of bones to work for you! Your Southern New Hampshire chiropractor provides Southern New Hampshire chiropractic care for your bones, Southern New Hampshire osteoporotic postmenopausal bones and Southern New Hampshire osteoporotic menopausal bones. New Hampshire Spine and Sport is prepared to care for painful Southern New Hampshire bone-related conditions with alleviating Southern New Hampshire chiropractic care.

Schedule a Southern New Hampshire chiropractic appointment today at New Hampshire Spine and Sport.