Getting Diagnosed

Osteoporosis is serious but treatable.1 If you don’t get diagnosed and treated, you could lose your mobility.1,2

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Make an appointment with your doctor.

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If your doctor thinks you're at risk, have them organise a DEXA scan to measure bone density.

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An X-ray may suffice if you’ve suffered a recent break.

Book an appointment with your doctor today

Book an appointment below using your preferred booking engine to start maintaining your bones. Alternatively, contact your GP directly and tell them you want to talk about osteoporosis.

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Arrange an X-ray

If you suspect you’ve had a minimal trauma fracture, your doctor may advise that you get an X-ray.

 

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References:

  1. Osteoporosis Australia. What you need to know about osteoporosis. Consumer guide. 2017. www.osteoporosis.org.au. [Accessed 7 February 2019]
  2. Cooper C. Am J Med 1997;103:12S-7S.

For further information talk to your doctor.
Disease education message by Amgen Australia. 

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AU-10890 Approved April 2019