Why Are Strong Bones Important And How Do You Keep Them Strong?
Women lose an average of 25 percent of their bone mass from the time of menopause to age 60, due in large part to the loss of estrogen. Over time, this loss of bone can lead to bone fractures. There are many options, including estrogen therapy, to treat brittle bones. Estrogen plays an important role in preserving bone mass and signals cells in the bones to stop breaking down.*
It is critically important for women to ensure their hormones are optimized as they age in order to avoid issues related to bone density and osteoporosis. Schedule your consultation with our medical experts now to learn how we can help you feel 25 again!*
*Individual results may vary from person to person. The content of this website is for informational purposes only. Only a qualified medical provider can determine if you qualify for treatment. Contact us to schedule an appointment with one our qualified medical providers.