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Women’s Health

Comprehensive Women’s Health Care in Louisville, Kentucky

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Caring for Your Health

We are fortunate to live in a time when women’s health care is so widely available. Modern medicine has come a long way in developing research and treatments. There are new studies and treatments developing every day for conditions such as breast and reproductive cancers and osteoporosis. Live a full, healthy life by getting the best health care specialized for women.

Osteoporosis

All women should get regular checkups, but it is especially critical to monitor your health as a senior. Osteoporosis is a serious condition in which your bones lose tissue as you age. Our experts have years of experience in diagnosing and treating this condition.

Indicators of Risk for Osteoporosis

You should always check your family medical history to learn what conditions run in your ancestry. Osteoporosis is a condition more commonly found in Caucasian or Asian women. If you have naturally thin bones, then the deterioration is likely to advance more rapidly. You are more likely to be predisposed to having brittle bones if you currently are or have been a smoker. Any woman who is postmenopausal should be especially alert for these indicators.

How to Prevent Osteoporosis

Fortunately, there are ways to slow or help prevent the procession of osteoporosis. While you should always consult your doctor before undergoing any medical regimen, there are general methods of forestalling it. Increased calcium intake helps to fortify bone density. Low-impact exercise will strengthen muscles and improve balance. Always avoid smoking and heavy alcohol use.

Continue With Care

Sometimes the best treatment is to avoid risk entirely. It might seem obvious, but keeping yourself out of dangerous situations is crucial. Any activity where you could potentially fall should be avoided. Taking these precautions will help keep you safe and healthy.