Osteoporosis Risk Assessment
Osteoporosis or “porous bone” is a disease of the skeletal system in which a person suffers from low bone mass or bone tissue deterioration that can lead to an increase risk of broken bones and bone fractures. Considered a major public health threat, osteoporosis affects approximately 44 million people in the U.S., 55% of which are 50 years of age and older. Ten million individuals already have the disease, while almost 34 million suffer from low bone mass.
While osteoporosis is often thought of as an older person’s disease, it can strike at any age. Are you at risk? To help you determine if you are at risk, please click the link below to complete our online questionnaire and a healthcare professional will contact you.