There are more than three million people in the U.S. who are affected by osteoporosis each year, which is a condition that causes bones to become weak and brittle. This can cause someone’s bones to break from something such as a fall, or in more severe cases, sneezing. Our chiropractors at Utah Accident Clinic have been providing osteoporosis treatment using spinal manipulation, and other relaxation techniques. After treatment, our patients increase mobility in the affected areas and finish treatment feeling stronger.
Common Areas Affected by Osteoporosis
Things to Help Prevent Osteoporosis
- Balanced diet
- Vitamin D
- Reduction in alcohol and smoking consumption
Treating Osteoporosis at Utah Accident Clinic in Provo, UT
You should always consult with your primary care physician (PCP) prior to receiving chiropractic treatment. Our staff will also do an evaluation on your condition and develop a specialized treatment plan specifically for your case. We understand that everyone has different pain levels and strengths, which is why we make it a point to create a newly designed treatment plan for each of our patients. We will use a gentle approach to treat the affected areas and make sure you feel absolutely comfortable.
Contact Utah Accident Clinic Today!
As soon as you contact us, you will feel some of that burden you’ve been holding lifted from you. We are a team that not only wants you to feel physically better but mentally as well. We focus on your overall health so that you feel comfortable getting back on your feet and stronger than before. You could be with us anywhere from a few weeks to several months and we want you to feel great every time you come in to get treatment. Osteoporosis is not easy to deal with alone, and we want you to know that you will have a team that can help you every step of the way!
- Back Pain
- Neck Pain
- Spinal Manipulation
- Soft Tissue Healing
- Muscle Stretching Therapy
- Healing Massage Therapy
- In-House Physical Therapy
Utah Accident Clinic:
1774 N University Pkwy #8
Provo, UT 84604