Exercising with Osteoporosis

Exercise is good for bone health, with some precautions


People who are diagnosed with osteoporosis often are not told a lot of details about it or they don’t fully understand when things are explained,” says Cleveland Clinic physical therapist Jennifer Danzo, DPT, who specializes in the spine and osteoporosis. As a result, she says, some people are fearful about exercising but needn’t be, while others who should be concerned aren’t.

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