Your bones play several important roles in your body. They provide structure, protect the organs and anchor the muscles. They are constantly changing as well, with old bone breaking down and new bone growing in its place. However, the majority of patients reach peak bone mass around 30 years of age, and there are a number of controllable factors that can negatively affect the health of your bones, including:
A low-calcium diet
Lack of physical activity
Certain medications (e.g., long-term use of corticosteroid therapy)

Our program includes:

Bone density scan and interpretation of results
Exercise and physical activity
Fall prevention assessment
Fracture risk assessment
Nutritional guidance for bone health
Preventive and therapeutic action
X-ray services
At Garden State Medical Group, we offer a comprehensive Bone Health and Vitality Program to diagnose, prevent and manage the effects of bone loss. Our program may be ideal for patients who have experienced or are currently suffering from:
A history of hip fracture or osteoporosis
A history of smoking
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), including Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis
Liver or kidney disease
Respiratory disease
Rheumatoid arthritis
Thyroid conditions
Type 1 diabetes
For more information about our Bone Health and Vitality Program or to schedule an appointment with one of our specialists, contact us today.

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