Strong bones after 50: Fracture liaison services explained

Royal College of Physicians have produced 'Strong Bones After 50' which is a guide that provides jargon-free information to patients and carers for supporting older people who have broken a bone following a fall.
Older people using gym equipment
Here is a link to a video that summarises what they are trying to do..

If you are over 50 and have broken a bone after falling from standing height or less, this guide is for you, as well as your family and carers.

It explains what a fragility fracture is, and what good healthcare services should be doing to prevent further broken bones.

Find out more and access the guide here

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