When is Back Pain Osteoporosis?
Back pain is a common condition that many people don't take very seriously. But in some cases, back pain is just a surface symptom ...

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FELICIA COSMAN, MD: I think that we need to make more efforts to educate doctors, both orthopedists and generalists, to look further beyond the actual fracture, to make sure that both doctors and patients are aware that osteoporosis is extremely prevalent and it's a very likely diagnosis in any person who has one of these fractures.

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