bone health

Osteoporosis – Prevention and Treatment

By Dr Nitin Bansal , Orthopaedics Osteoporosis is a condition which usually results due to a decrease in bone density. In this condition, the bones become weak and brittle. Fractures are a common result of osteoporosis. Usually, symptoms or signs do not show up until the condition progresses to its…

Homeopathy and Weak Bones

By Dr. Anulok Jain , Homeopathy Bones are the basic support system of your body, therefore it is important to keep the bones healthy and strong. The bones in the body are constantly going through wear and tear where the bone’s material is being destroyed and rebuilt on a cellular level every…

Common Bone Disorders in the Elderly

By Dr M.Kaushik Reddy , Orthopaedics With aging, body suffers loss of functions with the muscular and skeletal systems. Especially vulnerable are the bones as many elderly people suffer from loss of strength and fragility increasing the chances of fractures. Let’s look at some of the common bone related disorders in the…

Exercises to deal with a tennis elbow

By Dr Achal Gupta , Physiotherapy Due to over activity and strain, sometimes the muscles in the forearm and tendons become damaged and sore leading to a condition called tennis elbow. If you suffer from tennis elbow, moving your elbow can be excruciatingly painful. However, there are exercises that you can do…

Learn how going for a run can help stave off weak bones during old age

Researchers have found that running for a long distance could help prevent broken bones in the later stages of your life. In a survey, it has been found that those who ran marathons, as well as 10 km races, had stronger bones than people who did no exercise – an…