An overview of non-pharmacological prevention of fracture in the area of osteopathies with a focus on physical strain

Authors: Běhounek Jiří
Authors‘ workplace: Revmatologické a rehabilitační oddělení, Thomayerova nemocnice, Praha
Published in: Clinical Osteology 2019; 24(3): 101-106


The aim of this work is to create a short overview of possible influencing the risk for fractures and their pathogenesis by non-pharmacological means. Also, an overview of basic information about the mechanism of the strain acting on the bone, and the effect of different types of exercise on the bone, muscle mass and the risk of falling alone.


exercise – fracture – osteoporosis

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