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Have you been diagnosed with Osteopenia or Osteoporosis?  Are you experiencing loss of bone mass, height or change in posture?

What is Osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis is a bone disease that occurs when the body loses too much or does not produce enough bone mass.  As a result of this deficiency, bones become weak and may break if one were to fall.  In some serious cases, bones have been noted to break from something as little as sneezing or a minor bump.


How Can Physical Therapy Help?

  • Offer safe exercises to increase bone strength
  • Improve posture to protect your spine
  • Improve balance to reduce risk of falls
  • Provide consultation on the safety of your environment and how to help keep you injury-free

Did you know?

  • About 54 million Americans have osteopenia and low bone mass, placing them at an increased risk for osteoporosis.
  • Studies suggest that approximately one in two women and up to one in four men, age 50 and older, will suffer from a broken bone due to osteoporosis.
  • Osteoporosis can cause chronic pain, compression fractures, postural changes, and height loss.  There is also an increased risk of fracture in the hips, spine and wrists.
  • Osteoporosis is often called a “silent disease” because one can’t feel bones weakening and oftentimes does not know there is an issue until a fracture occurs.

Your therapist will work with you to ensure you are working your body safely during physical therapy and will guide you through your personalized osteoporosis treatment and exercise plan. Our team is committed to helping you reach your health and fitness goals.

Make the call to Camelback Sports Therapy at (602)808-8989 if you’ve been diagnosed with osteoporosis or if you have a family history of osteoporosis and want to receive treatment to prevent onset.  Your team of experts is here to help you Stay in the Game.

“My osteoporosis diagnosis left me scared and fearful of doing my normal activities. After therapy, I feel confident in doing the things I love to do. I feel so much stronger. I am no longer fearful of my osteoporosis diagnosis.” -Holly P.