Osteoporosis requires proactive care
This disease, most prevalent in our elderly population, is characterized by weakness in the bones which leaves them vulnerable to partial or total breakage. The first step is diagnosing the problem: many people won't find out they have osteoporosis until they've broken a bone. If you suspect you may have osteoporosis, your PCP may need to order a bone density scan which will give use key indicators regarding your bone mineral density. If we determine that you have osteoporosis, it's time to start being proactive about your condition.
Osteoporosis requires coordinated care
At Holmes Chiropractic, we work together with your health team to provide another dimension of osteoporosis care. Osteoporosis can limit range of motion, cause spinal dysfunction and raise your chance of injury. Chiropractic is designed to maintain spinal mobility and keep you physically able so that you can prevent falls and work on building muscular strength to support your weakened bones.
Chiropractic for osteoporosis
Depending on the severity of your condition, we use a diversified range of chiropractic techniques. Most osteoporosis patients benefit from spinal adjustments and mobilization to help increase range of motion. We then work with you to design a detailed program of exercises that strengthen the support network of your bones, as well as a diet regime that includes bone-strengthening supplements like calcium and vitamin D. At Holmes Chiropractic, we help you take control of your condition- if this is something you are interested in, please don't hesitate to give us a call to schedule an appointment today.