|Monday – Friday||–||8.30 – 16.45|
|Saturday||–||7.00 – 10.00|
Friday Clinic (Introductory)Need more information on how we can help you? All your questions answered on types of exercises, assessments, and costs. We hold this event frequently (its best to call and book in), as one of the Directors will walk you through our proprietary program, the DXA rooms, types of functional tests to test risk of falling and much much more.
Your First VisitThere is a lot to take in for your first visit and making an appointment here at The Bone Clinic. Its best to obtain a GPMP from your doctor so you are entitled to rebates. We outline the comprehensive steps further to make your first appointment here at The Bone Clinic, with subsequent visits bulk-billed.
Onero OnlineFor those that can’t visit The Bone Clinic but wish to start exercising we offer an online program that is targeted at falls prevention. This is not the same program we offer at our six facilities, but its a great start. For as little as $5 a week you can start immediately.
How we can help you
By offering a broad range of bone health services at The Bone Clinic in Brisbane, we are able to provide integrated bone health care at a very high standard.
Our staff of qualified and experienced professionals work together to deliver peace of mind for sufferers of osteoporosis and other bone conditions. Furthermore, we are committed to improving what is known in the field. We therefore combine treatment with research, so we can continue to enhance our practices based on what we find to work best for individuals.
For those who are concerned about existing or hereditary osteoporosis, from people on osteoporosis medications to those wanting drug-free treatment, The Bone Clinic in Brisbane has a treatment strategy for all. Our methods are based on the latest scientific research on osteoporosis therapy including medications, calcium, vitamin D, diet and exercise.
For some patients, osteoporosis medications prescribed by the doctor are the most appropriate treatment option. For others, diet and exercise are sufficient. In many cases a combination of both will be best. Many people find, however, that the medications have unpleasant side-effects and/or are insufficient to control their bone loss. Prior to The Bone Clinic, those patients have had no alternative therapeutic option to help them manage their declining bone health and were faced with a future that included an increasing number of fractures in their spine and other parts of their body. Doctors often prescribe exercise but can be uncertain what is most safe and effective for osteoporosis. The local gym also does not normally have the level of expertise to prescribe and supervise an appropriate exercise program to build bone. That’s the difference between your local gym and The Bone Clinic.
At The Bone Clinic, you’ll have access to the most up to date information about your condition so that you can make informed decisions about the best way to care for your bones.
If you are concerned about your risk of osteoporosis or are unhappy with your current bone management care, please contact us today.
We look forward to seeing you at The Bone Clinic in the Brisbane suburb of Coorparoo soon and helping you build better bone health.
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Testimonials from first visit
All the staff were very friendly, knowledgable and made you feel comfortable. A "beginning" workout was included to get momentum going. 9 out of 1016 July, 2017
Everyone was so helpful, polite and very efficient. Knew their topic, based on evidence and not trend. They gave us very vital information for us to act on to help us achieve better results for ourselves. 10 out of 1022 May, 2017
First the friendly welcome from Donna. How lucky you are to have someone like that on the front desk. All those with whom I interacted - Lisa, Katy and Kimberley were supportive and most helpful. 10 out of 104 May, 2017
When I had my assessment in January 2018 I felt that I was warmly welcomed and everything was explained clearly. It was very informative and encouraging and let me know what I could do to improve my osteoporosis/bone density health.February 18, 2018