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Osteoporosis is a bone disease that causes bones to become weak and brittle, breaking easily. Osteoporosis mainly affects older women.
The experienced orthopedic specialists at Dignity Health offer complete care for osteoporosis in Sacramento and surrounding areas to help reduce bone loss and the risk of further complications like fractures. If you would like to make an appointment with one of our orthopedic doctors to discuss your treatment options, please call 916.851.2511 for a referral. Your overall health and well-being is our priority.
You can also take quick online joint pain assessment to learn more about what level of care is appropriate for your condition.
Our doctors use a bone density test (also called bone density scan or dual X-ray absorptiometry, or DXA) to diagnose osteoporosis. It’s a specialized X-ray that measures the amount of calcium and other minerals in your bones. Rely on our facilities to be equipped with the latest technologies for the most advanced care.
Health experts don’t know the exact cause of osteoporosis, but it’s clear that age, gender, personal habits, and certain diseases and conditions play a role.
You have a greater risk for osteoporosis if you:
The main symptom of osteoporosis (and often the first sign) is a broken bone. If you experience a broken bone from osteoporosis, it most frequently occurs in the wrist, hip, or spine. A loss of bone mass in the spine may also cause a stooped or hunched back, back pain, and loss of height.
There is no cure for osteoporosis. However, orthopedic doctors at state-of-the-art Dignity Health hospitals in the Sacramento region offer treatment and counseling on lifestyle changes that can help reduce bone loss and further complications such as fractures.
Your doctor may recommend the following treatments for osteoporosis:
Our award-winning orthopedic services are recognized throughout the region, so find reliable care from one of our experts today.
Dignity Health provides diagnosis and treatment for joint conditions, such as for osteoporosis, in Sacramento, CA and the surrounding areas.