The National Osteoporosis Society

Our vision is a future without osteoporosis.

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Questions about osteoporosis or bone health?

Our specialist Helpline nurses are waiting for your call, letter or email.

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The 206 Challenge

Could you walk 206 miles in 2018, to help build you bones and raise valuable funds and awareness for osteoporosis?

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Osteoporosis Conference 2018

The UK’s leading event for Healthcare Professionals on osteoporosis and bone health.

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Your support changes lives. Subscribe to updates from the charity to hear all our latest news and ways to get involved.

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Support our exercise campaign

We want to help people of all ages learn how enjoyable exercise can help their bone health, and create tools and information to help them get active.

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More than 3 million people in the UK are estimated to have osteoporosis, a condition that causes around 500,000 broken bones every year - that's one every minute.

People like you can make a difference. Your generosity will help us end the pain and suffering caused by osteoporosis.

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What is osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis is a condition in which bones lose their strength and are more likely to break, usually following a minor bump or fall. The bones most commonly broken as a result of osteoporosis are the wrist, hip and spine. Osteoporosis can sometimes have other affects on those with the condition, such as a change in body shape and long-term pain.

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Helping healthcare professionals improve standards of diagnosis, care and treatment for people living with osteoporosis

So they can help make a difference, we provide healthcare professionals with opportunities to develop their knowledge of osteoporosis through training programmes, issuing best practice guidance and our range of information resources.

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Latest News

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Further News

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Osteoporosis publications

NOS volunteers run osteoporosis support groups across the UK. Sufferers and their loved ones can share information and support. Find a local group.

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Are you at risk?

Over 50? Broken a bone?

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Take our free test to find out if you are at risk of osteoporosis.