Osteoporosis Consultations

Osteoporosis Consultations

Osteoporosis Consultations

What is included in a bone aging consultation?

1. Medical history review.

2. Family history

3. Blood tests for nutrient and mineral levels

4. Hormone analysis including HGH, testosterone, estrogen, cortisol, thyroid and parathyroid hormone.

5. Bone density frequency and choices

Why is a bone aging consultation needed?

Osteoporosis or thin bones develops as we age. A fractured hip in an elderly woman has three possible outcomes: healing, nursing home or death.

Only one of these is acceptable. Osteoporotic fractures are a leading cause of dependency and disability. Osteoporosis is unfortunately a silent process. You don’t feel anything until you slip, fall and crack a bone. Then it hurts. Many factors lead to thin bones. Menopause and loss of estrogen is the most obvious. Other hormones such as testosterone and growth hormone are also needed for solid bones. Too much cortisol, thyroid hormone or parathyroid hormone can eat away you bones too. Vitamin D, calcium and magnesium are vital. Osteoporosis has also been associated with teenage pop drinking, eating disorders, poor diets and smoking.

To request a Private Medical Consultation with Dr. Frame, please complete the Introduction Questionnaire:

For MEN   For WOMEN

If you prefer to download the forms, print and fax them back to us at 604-261-8878 or scan and email to [email protected]

Download Printable Version – MALE

Download Printable Version: FEMALE

Dr. Frame will review your information and our clinic will be in contact with 72 hours.

Consultation checklist

  1. Fill out Introduction Questionnaire for WOMEN — for MEN
  2. Once Dr. Frame has reviewed your information and approved your suitability, our clinic will contact you to set up an initial 1 hour consultation. This requires a pre-payment of $550 for your first appointment which you can pay with a credit card over the phone.
  3. You will be asked to fill out the In-Depth Health Questionnaire for WOMEN — for MEN and attach any recent blood work you may have had done.
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