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Osteoporosis Health Center

Medical Reference Related to Osteoporosis

  1. Osteoporosis Treatments

    WebMD looks at various preventive measures and treatments for osteoporosis.

  2. Understanding Osteoporosis - Prevention

    Want to learn more about osteoporosis prevention? WebMD provides in-depth information about reducing risk factors for the bone-thinning disease.

  3. Osteopenia Treatment

    WebMD explains osteopenia, including medications and lifestyle changes to treat and prevent the bone-thinning condition.

  4. Forteo for Osteoporosis

    Forteo (teriparatide) is the only FDA-approved osteoporosis medication that builds bone. WebMD takes a quick look at this drug.

  5. Osteoporosis Exercise

    A regular program of walking, and strength and flexibility training can help improve osteoporosis and prevent its onset. WebMD tells you more about bone-strengthening exercises.

  6. 10 Osteoporosis Questions to Ask Your Doctor

    WebMD helps you with questions to ask your doctor about preventing and treating osteoporosis.

  7. Hip Fracture - Health Tools

    Health Tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health.Actionsets are designed to help people take an active role in managing a health condition. Aging Well: Making Your Home Fall-Proof

  8. Hip Fracture Repair (Hip Pinning)

    Surgery is usually the best treatment for a broken (fractured) hip. Two types of surgery are used. Internal fixation. Internal fixation involves stabilizing broken bones with surgical screws,nails,rods,or plates. This type of surgery is usually for people who have fractures in which the bones can be properly aligned. This may also be called "hip pinning." Hip replacement surgery ...

  9. Hip Fractures: What Increases Your Risk - Topic Overview

    In older adults,hip fractures are usually caused by a fall. Even a slight fall can sometimes cause a fracture in a weakened hipbone. Children and young adults are more likely to break a hip because of a bike or car accident or a sports injury. Falls cause more fractures-including hip fractures-as people age because,starting at about age 30,bone begins to be reabsorbed by the body faster ...

  10. Hip Fracture - Frequently Asked Questions

    Learning about hip fracture:What is a hip fracture?What increases my risk of a hip fracture?Why do women have more hip fractures than men?How much calcium and vitamin D do I need, and how can I get more?How can I help prevent falls at home?Getting treatment:How is a hip repair done?How is a hip replacement done?

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