Did you know?
Weight-bearing and muscle-strengthening exercises signal your body to build new bone. Posture exercises and healthy body dynamics (how you stand and move) also help you remain active and independent. They improve balance and protect your bones, including the bones of the spine that can break more easily in some people with osteoporosis. Ask your healthcare provider if it is safe before beginning any new exercise program.
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