Osteoporosis Management

August 8, 2018

Often times, people don't know they have osteoporosis until they sustain a fracture. Recognizing the signs and risks factors is important to getting a handle on this common debilitating chronic disease. Who better to manage and care for a patient with osteoporosis (a bone disease) than a bone doctor?


There are many risk factors to consider when it comes to osteoporosis, including family history and chronic disorders.


Osteoporosis is one of the most common and debilitating chronic diseases and is a global healthcare problem that affects both men and women.




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