Queen's Speaking of Health - The Way to Better Bone Health!

03.29.2017

Geriatrician Brita Aramaki, MD; orthopedic surgeon Kevin Christensen, MD; fragility fractures expert Mary Mitsunaga, MSN, APRN-RX; and physical therapist Jeremy Angaran, DPT

Don’t be bad to the bone; be good to your bones! They help you move, provide support, protect vital organs (like your noggin, for one!) and more. So what can be done to build strong bones and avoid fractures as you age? Find out, from a team of Queen’s specialists, including geriatrician Brita Aramaki, MD; orthopedic surgeon Kevin Christensen, MD; fragility fractures expert Mary Mitsunaga, MSN, APRN-RX; and physical therapist Jeremy Angaran, DPT.

 

 



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