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    Can a sports injury in my lower back predispose me to osteoporosis later in life?

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  • Jane Watson

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    Jane Watson is a leading physiotherapist based in the Upper North Shore servicing locations like Wahroonga, Pymble, Turramurra, Gordon, Thornleigh and surrounding suburbs. Jane's approach … View Profile

    No. Osteoporosis is not really determined by movement, or injury. It is genetically determined.

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    Special interest include; Wellnes,nutrition, physical exercise, headaches and sports injuries. My aim is to improve the wellness and health of all my clients. View Profile

    No. The best way to prevent osteoporosis is through a well balanced diet with plenty of fruit and vegetables as regular resistance/load bearing exercise.

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