What is Osteoporosis?
Type II osteoporosis is also known as senile osteoporosis. This osteoporosis is more age related. There’s a predominant of cortical bone loss with approximately .3 to .5% annual loss of bone. This is seen in the elderly in the seventh eighth and ninth decade of life. This occurs in both females and males.
We provide a full variety of Non-surgical treatments for Osteoporosis that can help you get back to your normal and active lifestyle including:
- Anti-Inflammatory Medication
- Physical Therapy
- Bone-building Medication