Osteoporosis Treatment from Endocrinologists in the Medford, MA, Area

Osteoporosis Treatment Medford MA If you’re among the millions of Americans living with osteoporosis, treatment from experienced endocrinologists can be found at Tufts Medical Center Community Care. Our multispecialty medical group includes physicians from multiple specialties who collaborate to deliver expertly coordinated care to patients. Plus, our centers are conveniently located in Medford and surrounding communities throughout north suburban Boston, so you won’t have to trek into the city to find the osteoporosis treatment you need.

What is osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis is a degenerative condition that causes bones to weaken and become brittle. Its name literally translates to “porous bone.” As the condition progresses, the risk of bone fractures increases, particularly fractures in the spine, hip, and wrist. The most common symptoms of osteoporosis include gradually slumping posture, loss of height, and an increased incidence of bone fractures.

How is osteoporosis treated?

Osteoporosis cannot be reversed. However, there are several steps that can be taken to help manage symptoms and slow the progression of the disease. The endocrinologists at Tufts Medical Center Community Care walk patients through every step of the osteoporosis treatment process and provide personalized guidance on how to reduce symptoms, improve bone health, and protect against fractures.

Contact Tufts Medical Center Community Care to schedule an appointment, or reserve an appointment online at your convenience. One of our associates will be happy to answer any questions you may have about our approach to osteoporosis treatment, our physicians, accepted insurances, or locations in the Medford area.

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