Treating osteoporosis

‘Treating osteoporosis’ could refer to lowering the risk of broken bones, pain relief for fractures and lasting pain after fractures, and lowering the impact of vertebral fractures. 

Reducing fracture risk

Usually, the first consideration after an osteoporosis diagnosis is whether an osteoporosis drug treatment should be prescribed. This will usually be following a fracture risk assessment.

More about osteoporosis drug treatments

Pain relief for fractures and long-term pain

Osteoporosis drugs do not treat the pain associated with broken bones, or the long-term pain sometimes experienced after broken bones have healed.

More about pain relief for people with osteoporosis

Complementary therapies

Complementary therapies are becoming another option for pain management.

More about complementary therapies for osteoporosis