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Dr. PHILIP WALLER
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Osteoporosis (Definition)

Currently it is better to think of osteoporosis as a condition where the bone is weakened, and can be managed or treated rather than cured. This is usually performed by dietary modifications, ingestion of supplemental calcium, vitamin d and a class of agents notice the bisphosphonates. These are usually delivered via oral or intramuscular injection on a weekly or monthly ...Read more


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What is the best workout exercise a 30 year old who as osteoporosis?

What is the best workout exercise  a 30 year old who as osteoporosis?

Weight training: You need gravity to stimulate bone growth. Be sure to take calcium 1200 mg plus vit d3 2000 u daily as well. (note the recommended dose for vit d3 is only 800 u daily). ...Read more

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I need an exercise regimen and best medication my osteoporosis. I am 39 years old and not in very good shape?

Something is wrong!: At age 39 you should not have osteoporosis. You could have thyroid or parathyroid disease. Medications for osteoporosis are not without risks. The cause of the osteoporosis will dictate the best medication. The exercise regimen most beneficial for osteoporosis is tai chai. ...Read more

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What kind of exercise can I do if I have osteoporosis? What are the best, safest ways to get physical exercise with osteoporosis?

Light weights: Weight training is beneficial for osteoporosis. Light weights, higher reps, focusing on the weight bearing joints especially is beneficial. Focus on the legs, as people tend to fracture the hips, and focus on the core to protect the spine. ...Read more

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What type of exercise is best for preventing osteoporosis?

What type of exercise is best for preventing osteoporosis?

Weight bearing: According to the national osteoporosis foundation, the best exercises for building bone density are: weight bearing exercises such as walking/jogging/stair climbing, or muscle-strengthening exercise such as weight lifting. Nonimpact activities such as posture/balance exercise may also benefit people with osteoporosis. ...Read more

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What are the best ab exercises for a 60 year old osteoporosis sufferer?

What are the best ab exercises for a 60 year old osteoporosis sufferer?

Fun ones: Exercise is the best medicine. Getting a good night sleep, eating 6 healthy meals to keep blood sugar stable, relaxation and vividly imaging positive experiences all lower stress and help bones. An easy exercise is pretend skipping rope using big arm movements to expand the chest wall and improve blood flow and oxygenation. This can be done for a few minutes at a time but very frequently. ...Read more

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I'm a 31-year-old male with osteoporosis and thyroid removed I want to exercise what's the best way to?

I'm a 31-year-old male with osteoporosis and thyroid removed I want to exercise what's the best way to?

Osteoporosis: If your thyroid has been removed you need to be prescribed thyroid hormone replacement. Osteoporosis at your age is uncommon and you need to find out why and if necessary begin appropriate therapy. ...Read more

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What is the best exercise for a person who'd 31 years old with osteoporosis and thyroid removed who weighs 160 pounds?

What is the best exercise for a person who'd 31 years old with osteoporosis and thyroid removed who weighs 160 pounds?

AEROBIC: Exercise , eg: Running/ fast walking is not only healthy for your bones....also is great for your heart!1 Its CHEAP a good pair of running/walking foot wear and a monitoring system such as "FITBIT: costs a lot less than Club Memberships/GYM exercise equipment! Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more

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Best exercise for me as I have myasthenia gravis & severe osteoporosis? Kinda hard to be weak & brittle!! Tai chi? I don't know..please advise!! Thank

Best exercise for me as I have myasthenia gravis & severe osteoporosis? Kinda hard to be weak & brittle!! Tai chi? I don't know..please advise!! Thank

Water: It depends on how severe the MG How about exercises in shallow water? Perhaps with a flotation device and supervision if necessary. If you have trouble breathing , water pressure surrounding your chest may be an issue as can the temperature. A physical therapist can help with various exercises both in and out of water. ...Read more

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