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Osteoporosis Intervention


A decrease in bone strength makes a person more susceptible to broken bones. It affects more than 25 million people (women and men) annually. Our  specialty-trained physical or occupational therapist will assess a person's body mechanics, strength, mobility, flexibility, balance and posture to provide individualized treatment to manage osteoporosis or osteopenia.



  • To provide instructions on safe and proper exercises for those diagnosed with osteoporosis and osteopenia. This is important because certain exercises can put you at greater risk for broken bones
  • To provide education concerning home safety as well as how to perform daily activities in a safe manner without increasing risk for falls and broken bones
  • To provide recommendations on adaptive equipment as needed.


Who Can Benefit


Anyone diagnosed with osteoporosis or osteopenia




Physician or nurse practitioner's referral is required.


North Mississippi Medical Center

Outpatient Rehabilitation Center
Longtown Medical Park
4381 South Eason Boulevard
Tupelo, MS 38801