Objective: A case report on the improvement of symptoms in an osteoporosis patient using ortho-cellular nutrition therapy Methods: Currently a 70 years old Korean woman was diagnosed with osteoporosis in her late 50s around 2010 and continued to receive injection treatments once every three months. Her T-score did not improve, and fractures continued to occur in the ankles, wrists, shoulders, ribs, etc., even from light impacts.
Results: The patient underwent an osteoporosis test in February 2019, which resulted in an average T-score of -2.5 or less, equivalent to being diagnosed with osteoporosis. OCNT has been performed since May 2019 (late 60s), and in the test received in April 2020, the T-score value improved to over -2.5 and was determined normal at the hospital. Since then, OCNT continued without any further injection treatments. Unlike before, even when she fell hard, she only suffered bruises without fractures, and no additional fractures have occurred.
Conclusion: OCNT may help patients with similar problems relieve symptoms and recover.