Bone Density Scan

Your Bone's Hardness & Strength

Bone density scan is a health test for measuring your bone density whether it's at healthy, osteopenia or osteoporosis level. Bone density is a reliable indicator of the hardness and strength of your bone. 

We provide FREE bone density scan to promote the importance of bone health at participating pharmacies and our wellness center. Do check out our bone density scan schedule below. 

Bone density scan is also known as bone mineral density (BMD) test. We use ultrasound bone density scan machine and the scan would be carried out on your wrist.

Bone mineral density test can be done using MRI or Dexa besides the ultrasound scan.

You may visit the nearest participating pharmacy to check on your bone density level. 

At Scientist Home Wellness, rapid health tests on uric acid, cholesterol, glucose are also available besides the bone density scan. Just contact us for an appointment.

We also work with healthcare providers, community centers, non-profit organizations, corporations in extending bone density scan to the public. 

Are Your Bones Healthy & Strong

To keep your bone density in check, it would be a good practice to go for a bone density scan on a routine basis if you fall under any of the categories below:

1) age over 40, or post menopause
2) not exercising
3) thin body structure
4) back starting to hunch
5) not sleeping well
6) family history of having osteoporosis
7) taking medication which may affect bone density
8) have not done bone density scan for more than 2 years

If you're working on increasing your bone density level whether by way of exercising, adopting healthy diet and lifestyle or intake of nutritional supplements, you can always monitor your progress via bone density scan.

What is Osteoporosis

Bone Mineral Density Index

World Health Organization (WHO)'s Definition Of Osteoporosis:

Osteoporosis is diagnosed when the loss of bone density and strength leads to unacceptably high tendency for bones to fracture i.e. to break which may cause disability, pain, deformity, dependence and death. Therefore, prevention, early detection and treatment would reduce these negatives. The bones of the forearm, spine and hip are most prone to osteoporotic fracture.”  

Osteoporosis is characterized by low bone density with T-score of -2.5 and below. Low bone density would result in weak bones, and it's vital to increase your bone density level. You may want to seek advice from healthcare professionals on how to improve your bone density.  

Bone Fracture

Osteoporosis is a silent disease as it does not show any symptom regardless of how low your bone density is. You might not know that your bone has become weak until a bone is fractured or broken. Anyone can develop osteoporosis, but it's more common in women.

Falls are the number one cause of bone fracture in older adults regardless of gender. Hence, if your bone density is low, it is important to avoid falling down and carry heavy things so as to minimize the risk of getting a fracture. 

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Bone Density Scan Schedule

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