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Hospice and Palliative Care: A Primer
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The Aging Brain, Part A: Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia
Clinical Management of the Older Adult with Osteoporosis
Impaired Muscle Performance and Sarcopenia
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Kenneth L. Miller
Your patient is a 68-year-old, active postmenopausal woman with no history of fracture or other joint disease. She has positive family history for osteoporosis; her mother had a hip fracture and her older sister recently had a vertebral compression fracture. She is osteopenic, has adequate calcium and Vitamin D intake, and wishes to avoid the progression of her condition and use of medications. She walks two miles per day and takes a Zumba class twice weekly. Your exercise and physical activity recommendations will be based on this information.
Principles of bone adaptation applied to older adults with osteoporosis include: