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Osteoporosis is serious but treatable

It’s important to talk with your doctor about osteoporosis as early diagnosis may prevent future fractures.1 Book an appointment below using your preferred booking engine to start maintaining your bones. Alternatively, contact your GP directly and tell them you want to talk about osteoporosis.

You’ve screened for cancer, now you need to check for osteoporosis.

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A bone scan is as easy as an x-ray and you may be eligible for a rebate depending on your risk profile. Make an appointment using your preferred booking engine below.

Early diagnosis prevents future fractures

Why do bones break? Will this happen to me? 

1 in 3 women over the age of 50 will suffer a fracture related to osteoporosis.2 It is a silent disease that weakens bones over time, making them more likely to break.1

References: 

1. Osteoporosis Australia. What you need to know about osteoporosis. Consumer guide. 2017. www.osteoporosis.org.au.

2. International Osteoporosis Foundation, 2017. Facts and Statistics http://iofbonehealth.org/facts-statistics. 

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