Osteoporosis Meds Cause Fractures

Hello Everyone,

Today will be short, yesterday we were talking about meds being pulled from the market.  The whole point of the last few days is for us to take daily action to live a healthy lifestyle to prevent those conditions that we can prevent.

That way, hopefully, we will never become dependent on medications.

Today just a quick ironic example of why you don’t want to become dependent on chemicals for health…so it turns out that the medication that was suppose to limit fractures from osteoporosis actually causes an increase in fractures.

If you are taking Fosomax, Fosomax Plus D, Actonel, Actonel with Calcium, Boniva, Atelvia, or their generic versions, you may want to give contact your doctor to see if you should stop.  This may be one of those cases where the side effect may be worse than the original problem.

Just another example where a pill cannot solve our problems.

So I promised this to be a short email….shoot me an email back if you have any questions.

Dr. Sean Price

(Dr. Price is a Chiropractor serving the Fort Walton Beach Community.  Dr. Price has had much success in treating patients suffering from Low Back Pain, Neck Pain, Headaches, Whiplash (or other injuries suffered in a car accident).  Utilizing his nonsurgical spinal decompression technologies, Dr. Price has helped many patients find long term relief from chronic pain conditions such as sciatica, spinal degeneration, herniated discs, buldging discs, and arthritis.  You can find Dr. Price in Fort Walton Beach by visiting http://www.DrSeanPrice.com or call his office at 850-862-2224.)


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