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Bangkok orthopedic center

Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis - Risk of bone fractures

People's bones often deteriorate as they age, and wrong behavior in everyday life will accelerate bone deterioration. Osteoporosis is a common disease. When osteoporosis occurs, the result is diminished bone density and the degradation of the bone structure. Affected bones are then unable to endure weight or normal amounts of pressure. This leads to easy bone fracturing. The disease is commonly found in the spine, hips, and wrists, although it can occur in all other bones of the
body. It is important that osteoporosis be diagnosed and treated at an early stage to prevent broken bones and complications. Bangkok Orthopedic Center provides diagnostic tests and treats those who are at risk of osteoporosis as well as those who have already contracted the disease. The center also helps patients prevent breaking bones and treats bones that have already been fractured or broken. To prevent the easy breakage of bones throughout the body, we provide a team of well-trained medical specialists and state-of- the-art equipment to tailor treatment for each individual.

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Our services:

  • Assess the risk of fracture
  • Examine bone mass to diagnose osteoporosis and plan treatment
  • Separate diagnosis between primary osteoporosis and secondary osteoporosis
  • Examine bone mass to diagnose osteoporosis and plan treatment
     

Treatment Procedure Program (Procedure)

If no bones are broken

  1. Assessing the risk of broken bones from osteoporosis
  2. Diagnosing osteoporosis via DXA
  3. Examining osteoporosis and bone formation in osteoporosis patients
  4. Providing treatment with osteoporosis medicine as appropriate for each individual
  5. Providing personalized advice with regard to nutrition and exercise If there are broken bones
  6. Providing a future risk assessment for fracture
  7. Providing treatment with osteoporosis medicine as appropriate for each individual

If there are broken bones, provide treatment as appropriate, whether surgically or non-surgically

Providing personalized advice with regard to nutrition and exercise, including advice on how to prevent falls