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One of the most commonly followed techniques for measuring bone density is using a dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry scan. It is also known as densitometry and is basically a non-invasive, painless, and completely safe diagnostic test. While taking this test, professionals make use of X-rays to get information about how much calcium and other minerals are present within bone segments. Denser minerals mean stronger bones.
The preferred testing points are the forearm, hip, and spine. Our professionals at our Franklin Lakes, Glen Rock, and Westwood Centers make use of the latest GE Lunar Prodigy Bone Densitometry Machine to perform the DEXA test on bones. DEXA scan produces T-score, which helps to classify bone health and respective conditions. Note that osteoporosis and osteopenia conditions are reversible and preventable; preferably if you take timely treatment from experts.
It is important to understand that Osteoporosis is a silent disease and the patient may not recognize any symptom until he suffers a major fracture or bone break. Such a painful condition may arrive even when you experience little pressure and usual fall. Many patients report osteoporosis problems at the wrist, spine, or hip; such issues may be easily avoided with normal bone density.
There is no doubt to say that bone health as close relation with the overall well-being and quality of life. If you fail to care for these essential parts of your body, you may face serious complications with age. Experts advise following preventive measures and osteoarthritis treatment to boost the strength of the bones. The first most step that you can follow is to improve your routine diet. Prefer to consume elements that can improve bone health. Routine exercise is also important to improve bone health.
Those who care about their bone density and follow guided treatments are likely to enjoy a healthy lifestyle even at an older age. You can schedule an appointment with our professionals at any of our New Jersey or Stony Point, NY, offices to get an expert opinion on bone health management.
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