Side effects related to bone and bone marrow.
osteoporosis; back pain; compression fracture; collapsed vertebra; fracture; reduced bone growth in children; osteopenia; osteonecrosis of the jaw.
The following health professionals can help with Skeletal side effects. Follow the links below to learn more.
Cancer Exercise Therapist main role is to help people achieve optimal health by providing information and advice about exercise.
Weight-bearing exercises preserve bone and reduce the risk for osteopenia/osteoporosis, and resistance programs that combine ground reaction with joint reaction forces have superior bone mineral density outcomes in breast cancer patients.
Dieticians advise individuals on nutrition-related matters and can modify diets to treat or help manage chronic conditions, food allergies and food intolerances.
Adequate calcium, vitamin D, exercise, & a well-balanced diet is vital for bone health.
Exercise Physiologists are university qualified allied health professionals, who specialise in clinical exercise interventions for persons at high-risk of developing, or with existing chronic and complex medical conditions and injuries. These interventions are provided by exercise delivery including health and physical activity education, advice and support and lifestyle modification with a strong focus on achieving behavioural change.
back pain, compression fracture, collapsed vertebra, fracture, bone growth in children, osteopenia, osteonecrosis of the jaw.
Naturopaths provide a complimentary medicine, by employing a wide array of “”natural”” treatments, including herbal medicine, diet and lifestyle counselling.
Adequate levels of vitamin D are necessary for intestinal calcium absorption and bone metabolism.
Nutritionists main role is to help people achieve optimal health by providing information and advice about health and food choices.
Several studies support a role for calcium, vitamin D, to help reduce the risk of colon and breast cancer.
Yoga Instructors teach a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, a part of which, including breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures, is widely practised for health and relaxation.
Yoga poses that strengthen the areas most likely to suffer-the hips, spine, and wrists-can help maintain bone density. Poses that focus on the spine can also help improve posture, preventing the hunched back that is typical in older osteoporosis sufferers.