Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a condition wherein increased bone weakness leads to the increased risk of broken bones. Spine, forearm, and hip bones are usually targeted by this disease. Chronic pain and a reduced ability to carry out routine activities usually occur following a broken bone. Osteoporosis can affect anyone, but women are more likely to be affected than men. It develops slowly over years and affects the structure and strength of bones, making fractures more likely than before. Even a minor fall or sudden impact can result in a bone fracture. At Rehab Store, we offer a variety of osteoporosis products that can help you perform your routine activities with ease and independence. Shop these products from our top-selling manufacturers such as Bodysport, Fabrication Enterprise, Posey, Advanced Orthopaedics, and many more @ attractive prices!

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Osteoporosis Disease Symptoms

Some common signs of osteoporosis are as follows: 

  • Fractures of the spine, wrist, or hip 

  • Pain in bones or muscles of the back and neck 

  • Gradual loss of height 

  • Stooped posture

How to treat Osteoporosis?

To reduce the risks of broken bones due to osteoporosis, you should go for a good diet and some healthy lifestyle changes. Exercise, fall prevention, and postural support products can also help in reducing the impact of osteoporosis. 

  • Fall Prevention - Fall prevention products like non-slip mats and hip supports can help in reducing the risk of accidental falls and its impact on users. Since a minor fall can result in a bone fracture, it is always better to prevent such falls. 

  • Exercise - One of the best ways to keep bones strong is exercising. Exercise and rehab products help build and maintain the bone mass and density. In particular, weight-bearing exercises are specially said to rebuild strong bones naturally. 

  • Postural Supports - Postural supports can also help people with osteoporosis by maintaining proper posture. They can even resolve the hunched back problem due to vertebrae collapsing.