Take control of your bone health
The countdown is on to World Osteoporosis Day. Start taking action for your bone health, and encourage others to do the same.Take control
Take the bone health pledge
Find someone under the age of 30, and tell them about bone health. Who will you choose?Take the pledge
Rise to the occasion and Bake for Bones.
We’ve got everything you need for a successful charity bake sale with family and friends.Get started
Your 206 Challenge
Pick an activity and do it 206 times - once for every bone in your body. Your fundraising will directly support people affected by osteoporosis.Set your challenge
Osteoporosis Conference 2018
The UK’s leading event for Healthcare Professionals on osteoporosis and bone health.Register for conference
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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.Get Involved
What is osteoporosis?
Osteoporosis is when bones lose their strength and are more likely to break, usually following a minor bump or fall. These broken bones are most common in the wrists, hips and spine. Osteoporosis itself isn't painful, but the broken bones it causes can lead to the pain associated with the condition. Spinal fractures can also cause loss of height, curvature of the spine and long term pain.Find out more
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.Find out more