New York Multi Medical Care

 in Parker, Texas

Osteoporosis is a disease related to bones. In this disease, bones become too weak and brittle that it may result in fractures or broken bones sometimes. The worst thing about osteoporosis is that there are typically no symptoms of this disease. It is a silent disease. Normally, individuals are not able to find that they have osteoporosis until a bone breaks. The bone cracks brought on by osteoporosis can be very painful, and many times pain and disability go on for a long period of time.Yet at the same time there exist some sort of symptoms like pain, chronic fatigue and weight loss. In this disease, people are not able to carry out their day to day routine activities efficiently. In ladies, Bone mass density tends to decrease after 30 years and their bones starts becoming weak after menopause, that’s why osteoporosis mainly effect ladies. It effect children rarely, but when it does, it is usually due to a medication and affects the overall growth and development of a child.

Factors that can cause Osteoporosis:

  • Genetics
  • Lack of exercise
  • Lack of calcium and vitamin D
  • Smoking and excessive alcohol intake
  • Low body weight
  • Unhealthy diet

Various tests to diagnose Osteoporosis:

  • DEXA Scan: It measures whole body density and helps in predicting the percentage of risk for osteoporosis.
  • Blood and urine tests: Sometimes doctors suggest blood and urine test to check the metabolism of bones.
  • Bone densitometry: It is a test like X-ray use to quickly measure density of bones.

In the United States alone, 10 million people are suffering from osteoporosis. We, in New York Multi Medical Care offers various tests to diagnose this silent and painful disease. We have expert physicians or surgeons that can test and detect this disease at an early stage to maintain a strategic distance from further complications. Our specialists can likewise recommend you various techniques to prevent it, for example, we provide healthy diet plans which are rich in vitamins needed for bones and various helpful exercises. Please feel free to contact and visit us.

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