Dr. Clinton Rubin is a SUNY distinguished professor of biomedical engineering and director of the Center for Biotechnology at Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, New York. Dr. Rubin’s research is targeted toward bones and how to use mechanical stimuli to establish non-drug treatment strategies for osteoporosis and diabetes. Dr. Rubin holds 30 patents in the areas of wound repairs, stem cell regeneration, and treatment of metabolic disease. He founded EXOGEN, Juvent, and Marodyne Medical, which uses physical signals to regulate biological processes. He has published over 300 articles. In this episode, Dr. Rubin explains the safety and benefits of low-intensity vibration for our bones. He describes the exact parameters we are looking for when it comes to vibration platforms and the latest research on this topic.
[02:00] How Intensity Vibration Works
[13:34] Stem Cells – Fat or Bone Cells
[23:04] Improved Quality and More Research
[27:38] How the Mechanism Enhances What You’re Doing
[33:10] How Many Hours Before Exercising to Stand on the Device
Lastly, in case you missed it, check out last week’s podcast:
Episode #203 | Is Glyphosate Destroying Your Bones?
DISCLAIMER – The information presented on this podcast should not be construed as medical advice. It is not intended to replace consultation with your physician or healthcare provider. The ideas shared on this podcast are the expressed opinions of the guests and do not always reflect those of Margie Bissinger and Happy Bones, Happy Life Podcast.