Professor, Jaquish Industrial Research
14093 Sierra Woodlands Ct Nevada City, USA
John Jaquish began his experience in life sciences after being told by his Mother that she had been diagnosed with osteoporosis. John, in an effort to help his mother, created a device to place axial loading through bone to safely cause osteogenic responses to those loading events. The device was designed to trigger the effects of high-impact loading, but without the risk of injury.
After successfully reversing his Mother's osteoporosis, as part of his doctoral dissertation in biomedical engineering research at Rushmore University, he conducted four years of testing with human subjects focused on user comfort, biomechanics, and optimal musculoskeletal stimulation. Next, the device he designed was put into production, and has since been placed in over 240 clinics worldwide. Osteogenic loading has now helped over 12,000 individuals with their bone health. Published data has shown that treatment with this osteogenic loading device has resulted in over 7% gains in bone density in both the spine and hip over one year of once-weekly treatments. Equally powerful findings have subsequently been seen in replicated research in the United Kingdom. A background in software development enabled John to create a server network to capture and analyze all usage from the osteogenic loading systems around the world, collecting the largest known and fastest growing database of physical loading data. He has been granted seven patents for this advancement and its global network system by the US Patent and Trademark Office, as well as 236 corresponding international patents in 46 countries.
Dr. Jaquish is currently advancing osteogenic loading research and speaking worldwide about its implications, as well as developing other biotechnology devices and products that will aid in advancing the health and wellbeing of people all around the world. He frequently presents on the topics of osteogenic loading and whole body vibration and has disseminated his research at the World Congress on Osteoporosis, the Medical Wellness Association, multiple ageing/age management conferences, and the Google campus. Writings include multiple peer-reviewed publications in medical journals, and the book Osteogenic Loading. Dr. Jaquish has recently been invited to participate on the editorial board of Diabetes Open, a peer-reviewed medical journal.
My research interest includes endocrinology, metabolism, physical medicine, diabetes TII, synthetic hormone therapy, age management, and the musculoskeletal system.