The CORE Institute offers a bone health program that is unique to the region.
This program focuses on prevention, diagnosis and treatment of metabolic bone diseases, particularly osteoporosis, with emphasis on patient care, research and teaching.
Physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners at The CORE Institute have received extensive training in specific areas of bone health, including the diagnosis and treatment of:
- Osteoporosis and its complications (such as fractures in the elderly)
- Metabolic bone diseases
- Optimizing bone healing related to surgery
Our rally cry here at The CORE Institute is ‘Keep Life in Motion!’, and that completely embodies what this Bone Health Program is all about. Our main goal is to help our patients prevent osteoporosis, promote bone health, minimize the risk of a fragility fracture, and accelerate fracture healing, and we are offering comprehensive evaluations and personalized treatments to ensure our patients receive excellent care every single time.
The CORE Institute’s Bone Health Program includes specialized NP or PAs, physicians, physical therapists, and researchers working together to offer the resources needed for comprehensive care. The program engages the Physical Therapy Department for exercise, strengthening, and home/environmental safety to increase strength and balance to prevent future falls and fractures. They collaborate with other physician specialists, radiologists, and nutritionists while keeping the primary care physician informed of the bone health plan of care. The program follows national standards of practice identified by the American Orthopaedic Association’s Own the Bone, National Osteoporosis Foundation, and the National Quality Forum.