Bone Health

Patient Care

Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by a gradual decrease in bone density. A common result of osteoporosis is bone fractures—most of these occurring in the hip, spine or wrist. Aside from bone disease, many more people are affected by low bone density. It's never too late, or too early, to take steps to keep bones healthy and strong. Board-certified doctors at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine provide each patient with an individualized plan designed to enhance their quality of life.

Bone health specialists at the School of Medicine are skilled in an array of expert osteoporosis treatments—from preventive services and innovative screening methods, to ongoing counseling and disease management. The Center for Bone Health in Reno also features the only G.E. Lunar iDXA bone density test in Nevada, offering cutting-edge technology designed to help our doctors detect potential issues sooner and provide our patients with the best care possible.

Bone health can affect all genders and people at any age. We encourage you to come meet with our bone health specialists to discuss preventative measures for a lasting healthy lifestyle. If necessary, our doctors will help you modify your daily regimes to accommodate for decreased bone density and we'll work with you on a treatment plan that quickly and effectively gets you back to a comfortable and enjoyable lifestyle.

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