Treatments & Procedures

Our physicians and specialists at The Hospitals of Providence are dedicated to providing you with individualized treatment and prevention plans for osteoporosis and other bone conditions to help maintain your highest level of bone health.

Below are common treatments for bone conditions that we may see at The Hospitals of Providence.

To explore solutions that might be right for you, connect with one of our physicians by calling 915-577-8467 (THOP) or use the physician finder tool below.

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Exercise

Exercise is any form of physical activity that maintains or enhances the overall health and wellness of an individual. Exercise can include walking, dancing, sports and gardening. Interested in learning more about this treatment option? Connect with a physician in your area.

Forteo

Forteo is a treatment option for osteoporosis. It's available for use in women who are at high risk for bone fractures. Interested in learning more about this treatment option? Connect with a physician in your area.

Medication

Some medicines require a prescription from a doctor and others can be bought over-the-counter. Interested in learning more about this treatment option? Connect with a physician in your area.

Selective estrogen receptor modulators

SERMs are a compound that block the effects of estrogen. If estrogen is not attached to a cell, the cell will not grow and multiply. Interested in learning more about this treatment option? Connect with a physician in your area.

Strontium Treatment

Strontium is a trace element found in soil and seawater that appears to have similar properties as calcium. For this reason, strontium can be used as a treatment for osteoporosis. Interested in learning more about this treatment option? Connect with a physician in your area.



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Call 915-577-8467 (THOP) or use our physician search tool to schedule an appointment with an orthopedic specialist who can answer your questions. 

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