Many people think osteoporosis is simply linked to old age – the older we get, the more chance we have of developing osteoporosis. While this is true in some ways, age isn’t the only factor involved, and osteoporosis is linked to various other medical conditions. Dr Taher Mahmud explains more.
Dr Taher Mahmud of the London Osteoporosis Clinic advises what you can do to reduce your risk of developing gout, and how lifestyle measures can help minimise the risk of an attack.
Back pain is one of the most common day-to-day health complaints, suffered by most of the UK population at one point or another. Most of the time, back pain gets better over time, and it’s nothing to particularly worry about. But what if it goes on for a long time?
While osteoporosis usually displays no symptoms, one thing that sufferers may notice is the appearance of back pain. Dr Taher Mahmud, expert rheumatologist, explains some of the ways you can help to prevent back pain.
Osteoporosis is often thought of to be a condition which only affects older people, or women. The reality is, however, that it affects many people across all walks of life, and across genders around the world. Dr Taher Mahmud talks us through 15 facts about our bones and osteoporosis .