Updated on November 6, 2020
Regular exercise is extremely useful to maintain your bone strength and slow down bone resorption. AVOID high-impact exercises. Regular physical activity can
- Increase your muscle strength
- Maintain (or even improve) your posture
- Improve your balance
- Relieve some pain symptoms
- Decrease the risk of bone fracture
The physical activities you perform should involve all of these exercises
- Strength Resistance Exercises using resistance bands, free weights or own body weight
- Weight Bearing activities such as walking, climbing stairs or dancing
- Flexibility exercises such as muscle stretching
- Balance exercises such as standing on one leg, heel-toe walking or tai chi
Before you start any exercises, discuss with your doctor or physiotherapist which exercises are appropriate for you.
Here is a series of 26 exercises which you can easily do at home by yourself everyday. The exercises aim to improve 4 areas of your mobility (known as B.A.S.E.) namely
Click to view Dr AndreaFurlan video on Exercises for Osteoporosis
Discuss with your Doctor or Physiotherapist before starting your exercise plan
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