Osteoporosis is a sneaky disease and is painless in the beginning stages of bone loss. As it advances, one can have painful fractures and bone deformities, such as dowager’s hump or kyphosis of the spine. These injuries can lead to loss of quality and quantity of life. According to the International Osteoporosis Foundation, osteoporosis and
Bones can be double scary this month. October 20th is World Osteoporosis Day. With Halloween on the way, creepy skeletons and scary bone creatures are common, but these are not as frightening and alarming as when your own bones become thin and fragile. Weak and porous bone problems are part of a disease known as
Part 2 of John DeVries, PT and RJ Perry, PTA review crutch use and proper fitting.
In this segment, John DeVries, PT and RJ Perry, PTA review crutch use and proper fitting.