Osteoporosis Programmes

After the age of 35 bone loss increases gradually as part of the ageing process. Having osteoporosis does not mean that your bones will break but means your bones are more susceptible to fracturing. Particular areas of the body susceptible to osteoporosis and therefore more likely to fracture are the hips, wrists and spine.

In the spine the bones can become compressed and fracture because of their reduced strength and this can lead to your posture tipping forwards. If fractures are in a number of the spine bones this can lead to losing your height and problems with indigestion and incontinence due to the pressure on the internal organs.

What is an osteoporosis programme?

An osteoporosis programme is different from just an exercise programme. The physiotherapist will assess you first taking into consideration the level of osteopenia and osteoporosis you have. They will carry out specific tests on your posture and movement, balance and strength. Then an exercise programme will be tailored to you to lower your risk of fracturing any bones, which have been affected by the osteoporosis and increase your activity level, improve posture and strength.

Aims of our osteoporosis programmes

  • reducing the risk of a fall
  • improve balance and coordination
  • improve muscle strength, flexibility, breathing and posture
  • improve mobility
  • increasing confidence and wellbeing
  • reducing and controlling your pain
  • helping with slowing down the changes to your shape that can occur with osteoporosis

We will carry out an extensive initial assessment measuring all the above. A programme will then be developed to address your individual needs and follow up sessions arranged in discussion with your therapist.

If you wish to find out more about how we help the National Osteoporosis Society click here

What is involved in an osteoporosis programme?

The program will look at working on different factors that help to build stronger bones and reduce your chance of falling and fracturing any bones. It will include postural exercises, strengthening exercises, balance exercises, stretching exercises and advise on aerobic exercise for fitness that you can do.  Some exercises are not allowed and can be harmful if osteoporosis level is high and your physio can let you know about these.

Our Package Deal

First appointment at location of your choice – 90 minutes including:

  • Full extensive assessment
  • Determining which level of exercise programme you are
  • Advice
  • Setting of an exercise programme individual to you with clear pictures of the exercises
  • Exercise equipment for you to keep including adjustable ankle weights, pack of exercise bands (3 levels) and a soft gym ball – RRP =  £54.99
  • Our price for exercise equipment as part of package = £44.99 (inc delivery)

Review appointment at location of your choice – 45 minutes including:

  • Check of how you are doing the exercises and progressing the exercises where possible
THE PACKAGE COST = £249.99  (usual price £287.49)

Looking for physiotherapy in London? Our team is composed of experienced physiotherapists who provide comprehensive assessment and treatment to patients at home or work.

Your Therapists

After completing 8 years of training at The Royal Ballet School, and dancing professionally for a short time, Aimee turned her attention to physiotherapy following many long standing injuries and a desire to help improve the wellbeing of others.... Read More »


Eric graduated from the University of Ghana with a BSc Physiotherapy Degree in 2012. He completed his rotations in Neurology, Respiratory, Orthopaedics in Ghana and also practiced in Private Clinics for 2 years before moving to the United... Read More »


Caroline qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1996 from the University of East London. Caroline started her career in a couple of London NHS trusts initially specialising in Neurology. This included Stroke Rehabilitation, Community... Read More »


Maninder has 17 years of experience in providing Physiotherapy assessment and treatment to patients in NHS and private settings. She started working with NHS in 2005 and got the opportunity to work in Surrey and London Hospitals. Her areas of... Read More »


Abu Ambia qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2009 from St George's University of London. He has worked within the NHS, social services and private sector - specialising in Musculoskeletal, Orthopaedics, Elderly Care and Post-operative... Read More »


Jose qualified as a Physiotherapist from the Jean Piaget School in 2007 and has been working at Physiocomestoyou Ltd in London since 2011.  He recently moved back to Portugal and and now manages Physiocomestoyou in the Algarve.  He has been working... Read More »