Wouldn’t it be great if our parents and grandparents could stay TALL, STRONG and FRACTURE free as they age! Prevent the slowing down process….. Simple daily activities like how you get in and out of bed, how you sit or how you put on a pair of sneakers can make such an impact on your bone health. We have had patients come in who have had multiple spine fractures taking wet towels out the of the washing machine. We don’t want this to happen to you or your loved ones.
If you want to start building bone with the best EXERCISES and LIFESTYLE choices proven by science and medicine keep reading.
Our Osteoporosis and bone density expert who is also a Physiotherapist is ready to educate you and prescribe an individualized exercise based plan of care to help you build stronger bones moving you away from Osteoporosis and Osteopenia.
– Am I at risk for a FRACTURE?
– How can I prevent BONE LOSS which leads to a fracture and issues with my joints?
– How can I take care of my bones with the best exercise choices? *DID YOU
KNOW SIT UPS and CRUNCHES are terrible for people with low bone
density and increase fracture risk!
– If I do have Osteopenia or Osteoporosis how can I reverse the process?
Learn to be a ROLE MODEL FOR HEALTHY AGING:
– Protect your spine with good posture
– Build strength in your legs to preserve the bone density in your hips.
– Prevent falls through better balance.
We are so passionate about helping women ( and Men, yes men get
Osteoporosis too ) to build stronger bones we have created a specialised program – BONIFIDE. Take our Quiz to see if we can help you and share this information with the people you care about.
If you answer YES to more than 3 of these questions you are at an increased risk for falls which can lead to broken bones and would benefit from a thorough evaluation by our Physiotherapist after which you will be given a rehab program design specifically for you.
Please select the responses below that best describes you and what you are experiencing:
If you select “yes” to question #7, you will be contacted to discuss furthur details of how to make an appointment to be evaluated.