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Keeping bones strong and healthy to carry you through life

Early detection is crucial to properly treating osteoporosis. San Ramon Regional Medical Center offers the latest in diagnostics and treatments for bone diseases. Millions of women are at risk of developing osteoporosis, and getting the right treatment plan is essential. At San Ramon Regional, you can count on:

  • A dedicated team of doctors and medical specialists who diagnose and treat osteoporosis and other bone conditions in women
  • A personalized prevention or treatment plan focused on your health needs

A warm and caring environment entirely focused on women’s health issues

A doctor at San Ramon Regional will first assess your risk of developing osteoporosis. If you might be at risk, you will take a simple and painless procedure called a bone density test. Women at risk for osteoporosis include:

  • Early menopause and post-menopausal women
  • White or Asian women
  • Women with small, thin frames
  • Women with a family history of osteoporosis
  • Heavy smokers and drinkers
  • Women with a diet low in calcium
  • Women who have had fractures in adulthood
If you are diagnosed with osteoporosis, you will receive a personalized treatment plan with access to our large group of specialists. If you do not have osteoporosis, we can help you avoid it through our prevention program. 

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Request one of our specialists to get a second opinion, or a really good first one.

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