REMS on the ROAD with Marg & Meg...Coming to a community near you!

REMS on the ROAD with Marg & Meg...Coming to a community near you!

Megan Buhrmester from OsteoSound and I are excited to share with you our mission to become leaders in both bone health analysis and preventative & integrative health education in Canada and beyond.

We are honoured to introduce the game-changing Echolight REMS Bone Scan technology to Canadians and emphasize why this new Health Canada approved technology (Class II medical device) is a game changer in the arena of osteoporosis prevention and management.

REMS stands for Radiofrequency Echographic Multi Spectrometry (REMS).

The novel Fragility Score (FS) parameter, obtained during a REMS scan of lumbar or femoral regions, has been developed for the non-ionizing estimation of skeletal fragility.

We discussed the latest research paper published in the National Library of Medicine authored by Paolo Pisani. According to this research, Fragility Score displayed a superior performance in fracture prediction, representing a valuable diagnostic tool to accurately detect a short-term fracture risk.

Our conversation highlights the importance of educating and empowering all Canadians to be proactive and take control of their health. We discuss the role of musculoskeletal health as the foundation of overall health and the value of organic conversations, active listening, support and patient centred care.

We talked about the importance of sharing evidence-informed strategies to help people be more proactive and advocate for their health and we highlight our learnings from our past year of our collaboration and providing scans to over 450 people.

We are excited to announce our upcoming mobile bone scan clinics and discuss the expansion of our business beyond health & wellness and into corporations as part of workplace wellness programs. We even do Bone Boutiques - our in the comfort of your home service for everyday Canadians.

The following is a list of upcoming REMS on the ROAD pop up clinics we are hosting in collaboration with clinics across Ontario as well as some of our new satellite clinics. Stay tuned for announcements about locations coming to your community across Canada soon. .

April 19th - Maitland Valley Wellness located at 144 Courthouse Square
Goderich ONN7A 1M9. To book your scan visit

April 20th - Eramosa Physiotherapy Associates Acton located at 372 Queen St. Unit 6 Acton, Ontario, L7J 2Y5. To book your scan visit

Lastly, we are also excited to continue to bring our Good Vibrations Tour, a complimentary educational and experiential campaign to promote bone health and falls and fracture prevention in seniors. We are movin & groovin to help keep our seniors safe and healthy! Next stop.....The BFit Centre in collaboration with Brock University

Have any questions or want to book your scan by phone, feel free to call us @905-906-7836 or 674-577-4757

Marg and Meg..... a.k.a. M&M :))


00:00 Introduction and Mission

01:08 The Importance of Bone Health Analysis

02:27 Educating and Empowering Canadians

03:08 Musculoskeletal Health as the Foundation of Overall Health

03:26 Organic Conversations and Support

04:22 Stocking the Toolbox with Evidence-Informed Strategies

05:24 Highlights and Learnings from the Past Year

06:18 Celebrating One Year of Collaboration

07:12 Upcoming Bone Scan Clinics

08:22 Expanding Beyond Wellness Clinics

09:14 Collaborating with Physicians, Physiotherapists and Massage Therapists

09:50 New Connections and Locations

10:19 Thinking Outside the Box with REMS Technology

11:38 Exciting News about Corporate Wellness Programs

12:58 Headquarters and Contact Information

13:41 Additional Resources and Closing Remarks

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