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Osteoporosis: Don’t Leave it to Chance

Osteoporosis: Don’t Leave it to Chance



It’s easy to take one’s mobility and independence for granted.

Climbing onto a chair to reach the highest cupboard – no problem. Descending a flight of stairs to get to the restaurant’s restroom – piece of cake. Rolling out of bed and stepping into the shower – a daily routine that isn’t given a second thought. Spending the day playing with your grandchildren – fun, delightful, carefree.

When your mobility is unrestricted, your choice of activities is plentiful. Boundless. Seemingly without limit. You can do the things you love and spend your time as you wish.

However, that ease of mobility and freedom to get around and enjoy life is not a given. Even the slightest disruption can have a profound impact.

When confronted with a serious injury like an osteoporotic hip fracture, your world of possibility gets considerably smaller. And your ability to do the things you love – like walking your dog, popping out for groceries, playing with your grandchildren, even standing at your kitchen counter to cook a meal – moves out of reach.

Osteoporosis is a very real and potentially debilitating disease that can cause significant life changes in the blink of an eye. And if you think it’s something that happens to “other people,” know that approximately one in three women and one in five men are affected by osteoporosis.

But there’s good news. With just a few steps, you can mitigate the risk of an osteoporotic fracture. Speak to your doctor about taking a 10-year fracture risk assessment to  determine what can be done to intervene against a possible osteoporotic fracture.

Assessment: Go to osteoporosis.ca/risk to complete the ‘Know your Risk’ assessment today.

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