Decrease Your Risk of Fracture

While the most common fractures associated with osteoporosis are those of the hip, spine and wrist, not everyone diagnosed with this disease breaks bones.

Whether or not you have had a fracture, everyone with osteoporosis should attempt to modify their lifestyle in order to minimize their risk of breaking a bone. In addition to drug therapy, exercise and calcium, it is very important to understand how to move in a way that is safe for your bones. The practical advice that follows is designed to help you understand what are considered safe movements and to pay attention to the details of daily living so that you don’t compromise your bones.

 

More about Living Well with Osteoporosis:

Information on Falls and Daily Living

 Information on Fractures and Resources




Upcoming Events


  • Wed
    27
    Sep
    2017

    Public Osteoporosis Seminar

    6:30PM-8:00PM
  • Wed
    27
    Sep
    2017

    Fall Forum- Nutrients for Healthy Bones: How Much is Enough?

    7 to 9 pm
  • Wed
    27
    Sep
    2017

    Free Public Lecture

    7:00 pm
  • Tue
    03
    Oct
    2017

    WEBINAR Osteoporosis and Cancer: What is the Connection?

    1:00 pm
  • Thu
    19
    Oct
    2017

    Caribbean Dreamin Wine & Appetizers

    7 to 9 pm
  • Thu
    07
    Dec
    2017

    Holiday Liquor Raffle (draw)

    12:00 pm