“Make no bones about seeking help when it comes to your bone health! Timely check-ups can help fight the silent disorder!”

Have you ever felt a shooting pain in your shoulders, arms, calf bones, or fingers? And most probably have you ever ignored it? Only to realize the pain has resurfaced again this time with twice the discomfort.

The human bone is unfortunately the most ignored organ in the body. Especially when it comes to taking care of and regular visits to the doctor. Bones are equally important as the rest of the organs.

Why you may ask? The answer is pretty simple. Bones build the structure of our body. The human body needs robust bones no matter what, irrespective of age, or gender, to carry out interrupted movements and facilitate the ease of actions.

Other key reasons include-

  • Bones form our skeletal system and provide structure to the body.
  • The stronger the bones are they support one’s body weight.
  • Strong bones can endure any kind of pain or injury, at least in the earlier stages. If diagnosed fast, they also help in quick recovery.
  • Healthier bones are a repository of key nutrients such as collagen, calcium phosphate, and phosphorus. These nutrients are important for the smooth functioning of the body cells and the storage of energy.
  • They also contain ‘bone marrow, a soft and fatty tissue found inside the body.
  • They carry out the function of producing blood cells and platelets that are responsible for making thousands of new and healthy blood cells each day.
  • Bones provide the body with muscle attachments that make way for the swift movements.

So as one can see how significant the function of bones is to our body. It is only in our hands to take care of our bone health by staying alert and watching out for any different signs the organ is giving.

When do these signs surface?

  • One key point to note here is, bone density starts declining as one ages.
  • Other factors responsible are genetics, decrease in nutritional food and hormonal changes, etc. It is also important to take into account that the bones’ needs and capabilities change as you age and bone loss is frequent. All these parameters are extremely common.
  • However, it is necessary to ensure that your bones are functioning normally and this is possible only with expert guidance.

At Ace Hospital, our Orthopaedics department is committed to giving our patients only the best care under our knowledgeable staff and rich experience. Our highly skilled doctors diagnose and execute the right plan of action treating patients with modern technologies and equipment. Our multidisciplinary team of trained orthopedic surgeons, physiotherapists, and other staff offers a wide array of relevant treatment options with sophisticated surgical and therapeutic care.

The Department specializes in key areas such as Knee replacement, Backaches, sports medicine, Osteoporosis, and pediatric osteoporosis.

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