Bone Health

Approximately half of people age 50 and older are at risk of breaking bones, and osteoporosis makes this situation considerably more severe. It’s important to take control of your bone health early, and this page has the resources you need to get started. We also provide proactive care to help you avoid serious injuries from osteoporosis and poor bone health.

50% of osteoporosis-related repeat fractures can be prevented with the right treatment.

Bone Health Fast Facts

Bone Health FAQ

How do I know if I have osteoporosis?
You can take a DXA Scan, which is a bone density test. It helps us calculate your risk of breaking bones by examining a T-score that represents bone strength.

How do I keep my bones from breaking?
Based on your T-score, our specialists can recommend treatment tailored to your needs. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution, so it’s important to identify your risks before taking measures to prevent injury.

What will my specialist provide?
Preventing bone health usually requires a combination of nutrition, physical therapy, exercises, movement recommendations, and more.

Campbell Clinic Center for Bone Health

We’re committed to providing the best orthopedic care in the Mid-South — and that means preventing as many injuries as we can. That’s why we operate the Campbell Clinic Center for Bone Health, where you can find specialized treatment to help you avoid major breaks and injuries from poor bone health.

Bone Health Specialists

Kelley M. Funderburg, FNP-C
Kelley M. Funderburg, FNP-C

Specialities: Bone Health, Nurse Practitioner, Nutrition

Locations: Germantown, Medical Center

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