What is Orthopaedic?

Bones form the framework of the skeletal system that gives structure to our body. Bones protect the soft internal organs of the body, store minerals, provide support to the body, and enable mobility. Many bones produce red and white blood cells via soft, spongy, tissue found in the hollow spaces in the interior of bones – the Bone marrow.  Bone marrow is the primary site of new blood cell production or ‘Hematopoiesis’. Hence healthy bones are very crucial for good health.


Diseases related to Bones

Bone-like other organs are prone to various types of diseases. Different kinds of bone problems include low bone density or osteoporosis in which bones become fragile, osteogenesis in which bones become brittle, Paget’s disease and even cancer. Apart from these various types of infections develop in the bones. Bone diseases are generally caused by poor nutrition, genetic factors and problems related to the rate of bone growth or rebuilding.

One of the most common diseases of bone is Arthritis which is characterized by erosion of articular cartilage either primary or secondary which becomes soft, frayed and thinned with calcification of subchondral bone and outgrowths of marginal osteophytes resulting in pain and loss of functions affecting weight-bearing joints.

The people affected with arthritis may complain about one or more of these problems:-

  • Restricted Movement
  • Pain in the affected joints
  • Bony swelling around joint margins
  • Cracking noise (crepitus)
  • The stiffness of short duration
  • Deformity of the affected joints

How does Body Revival help

Body Revival helps in reviving the strength of bones by forming new tissues. The density of bones is gradually revived and fragility and brittleness of bones go away with renewed strength. The natural and herbal extracts present in Body Revival relieve joint pains and heals the bones of its weaknesses. However, few precautions in terms of food and lifestyle need to be taken care of during the period this formulation is being used. These are:-

  • Adequate rest
  • Regular, slow and gentle exercises
  • Maintenance of posture and flexibility of involved joints
  • Reduction of weight
  • Intake of simple, nutritious and easily digestible diets.