Osteoporosis

If you have had a fracture without much injury or you have lost height, see your GP to see whether you need treatment for osteoporosis. As we all get older, the risk with falls is breaking our bones. There are treatments to prevent the next fracture. A hip fracture can mean a 25% risk of dying or being in a nursing home within a year. We can put you on the right track for keeping you moving and independent.

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