Osteoporosis is one of the most common diseases of human bone tissue. It causes a decrease in bone mass, micro-architectural disorders of the bone tissue and an increase in fracture risk. Bone densitometry is used in the early diagnosis of osteoporosis, diagnosing the bone density and detecting bone mass loss. This method allows to identify disturbances of the mineral composition.

This method is one of the most important measures in the fight against osteoporosis. This is a simple study, which is a non-invasive method and allows you to quickly, safely and with high accuracy measure and determine bone mineral density and prescribe therapy on time, without bringing the disease to severe stages when it will already be incurable. Bone calcium stores begin to decline after age 30 and can reach a critical minimum by age 50, making the diagnosis of bone health especially important in adulthood.
Bone densitometry is the only method that can confirm the diagnosis and detect the disease in the early stages.

WHO NEEDS IT?

  • Menopausal women
  • Patients with bone loss
  • For those with osteoporosis problems in the family
  • 2.5 cm per year. Those with more than short stature
  • For those older than 65
  • Those with calcium deficiency
  • Those who have a decrease in bone density on X-ray