The report below show an remarkable 9.4 PERCENT improvement in 12 months in one of my mature age female patients. As you can see the results were compared to a bone density test being done one year apart. This patient followed my recommendations to the letter and the results speak for themselves.

Bone Mineral Densitometry Study

A DEXA scan of the lumbar spline and femoral neck was performed using Geelong Database.

BMD (g/cm2)*T Score**Z Score
AP Femoral Neck0.656-2.35-1.17
AP Lumbar Spine
(Average L2-L4)

*T-Score = Number of standard deviations from the mean BMD in the healthy young adult population
**Z-Score = Number of standard deviations from mean BMD for current age/sex.


The BMD value in the femoral neck indicates osteopaenia.
The value in the lumbar spine indicates osteopaenia.

In comparison with previous study of 10/08/03 there has been a 5.7% increase in the BMD values in the femoral neck and 9.4% increase in the lumbar spine BMD values.

Each decrease in T score of 1 increases age-adjusted risk by a factor of about 2.

Thank you for referring this patient.
Dr R. Mason

Supply the right conditions the body needs and will self-regulate, self adjust and self-heal where it is possible. But the patients must be willing to help themselves!