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R. Zachary Garza, MD Jun 25
A strong back is a healthy back! Back extensor exercises are scientifically proven to lower a patient's risk of osteoporosis-related fractures.
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David M. Hirsch, DO Jun 25
Stretching your back extensor muscles regularly can lower your risk of an osteoporosis-related fracture.
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Advanced Integrated Medical Center Jun 20
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic say individuals who stretch their back extensor muscles regularly are also significantly less likely to experience an osteoporosis-related fracture.
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Sam Cross 30 Nov 10
Next lecture is : the department of health view. Should be interesting.
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Sam Cross 30 Nov 10
Final session- after a lovely glass of wine - in . A good turnout. Looking forward to the conference dinner!
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Molani Medical Group: Jabeen Fatima, M.D. Jun 17
Fractures should be taken seriously. If you're experiencing swelling, bruising, or pain in general, contact Molani Medical Group today.
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NHS Barnsley CCG Jun 20
A wonderful turnout for today’s falls, osteoporosis and bone health workshop! We have higher than average rate of falls here in Barnsley and we want to do everything possible to bring that number down. thank you to everyone in attendance today
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NHS Barnsley CCG Jun 20
Groups are feeding ideas into the funnel! What do you think there needs to be in place to improve the pathway for falls pathway for patients in Barnsley? Comment below 👇
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Falls & Fragility Fracture Audit Programme Nov 15
We are very excited to be releasing our 2018 report today! Read it here:
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Falls & Fragility Fracture Audit Programme Nov 27
Are you a eager to learn how to reduce inpatient falls risks and post-falls management? Why not enroll in our FREE e-learning course CareFall:
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Hunter Foot & Ankle Associates, PLLC: Roderick Hun Mar 4
Researchers say stress fractures are the result of muscle contractions and not hard foot falls like once believed. Does this surprise you?
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Commonwealth Orthopaedic Associates Feb 28
Eating a diet that's rich in calcium and exercising regularly are two effective ways to lower your risk of broken bones.
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NHS Barnsley CCG Jun 20
This afternoon we’re holding a stakeholder workshop on falls, osteoporosis and bone health. Professionals across the borough are coming together to look at how we can reduce the impact of falls on the health of Barnsley residents. More to follow!
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Ajeya P. Joshi, MD May 22
Clinical studies have found that patients who regularly strengthen their back extensor muscles also experience less osteoporosis-related fractures than their counterparts who don't.
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Crescent City Orthopedics May 17
If you suspect you've suffered a fracture, seek medical treatment right away. Putting weight on the affected limb or participating in further activity could increase the extent of damage and even cause physical disability.
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AMG Medical Oct 24
Osteoporosis occurs when the cells responsible for bone production do not produce at a quick enough pace, making patients more susceptible to breaks and fractures.
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Joel W. Jenne, MD May 22
If you've been diagnosed with osteoporosis, stretching your back extensor muscles can help lower your risk of a fracture.
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Ellen Devine 12 Oct 17
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Pain To Wellness Healthcare, Corp May 20
Individuals with type 2 diabetes also have frailer bones and are therefore at a higher risk of fractures than the general population.
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NuVation Pain Group: Phillip Lim, DO, MPH May 15
Back Extension Exercises Can Help Prevent Osteoporosis-Related Fractures ()
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