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Improving Exercise Guidelines for Bone Health

Improving Exercise Guidelines for Bone Health

Stronger Evidence for Stronger Bones When a woman is prescribed exercise for the prevention or treatment of osteoporosis, there are two questions she will probably want to ask her orthopedic doctor: “What exercise activities are best for my bones?” and “How much exercise do I need?” Surprisingly, there is not enough clinical research data to provide definite answers to these important questions.  Instead, doctors currently base their advice on ... Read more

Primary care should handle most osteoporosis patients

Primary care should handle most osteoporosis patients

There are nearly 164,000 primary care doctors (not including pediatricians) in the US compared to an estimated 4,000 endocrinologists and 4,946 rheumatologists who see adult patients. If you count the number of endocrinologists who specialize in osteoporosis, the number is much smaller. So if 40 million people are at risk for osteoporosis, how will they ever see an endocrinologist? Well – they won’t. It’s an unfortunate tale that in medical schoo... Read more

Osteoporosis Screening: An Unmet Medical Necessity

Osteoporosis Screening: An Unmet Medical Necessity

Physicians have identified only 30% of the US residents who have osteoporosis. While these patients have been screened for bone loss and have had the opportunity to be treated, the remaining 70% with osteoporosis are living with the serious threat of hip or spine fracture and possible long-term disability or death. This is an unacceptable level of medical care that has a simple solution. Women over 65 and men over 70 years are at high risk for o... Read more

Meet our Volunteers

I am an Exercise Physiologist. I teach people of all fitness levels and many people with special situations, such as osteoporosis, lower back issues, knee, hip & shoulder injuries. I teach Pilates, Yoga, weight training and enjoy helping people modify exercises so anyone can do at their level. Exercise is one way to strengthen your bones.

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