New practice guidelines issued by the Endocrine Society provide information about osteoporosis medication options and answer questions women may have.
Recently diagnosed with osteoporosis? Here’s a guide to some common terms you should understand.
Exercise can help you maintain and build bone strength when you’re living with osteoporosis. Here’s how to build a safe routine that works for you.
Many fractures in older people are related to osteoporosis. Here are some simple things you can do to reduce your risk.
Three-quarters of patients in a recent study found relief from calcific tendonitis of the rotater cuff with needle aspiration treatment.
Taking vitamin D supplements doesn’t decrease loss of cartilage or pain due to knee osteoarthritis.
To treat back pain, many medical centers promote minimally invasive back surgery as an alternative to traditional surgery. But is it really better?
In some patients, facet joint injections can be an effective first-line treatment for fractures in the vertebrae, eliminating the need for surgery.
Here’s what you need to know about your treatment options following a hip fracture.
In some cases, the risks of these osteoporosis medications indicate that stopping them for a while is a good idea.