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20th Annual Santa Fe Bone Symposium!

Endorsed by the International Osteoporosis Foundation


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For Patients

Learn about osteoporosis: its causes, risks, and strategies to combat it. You‘ll also find support group and clinical trial opportunities to help you deal with this disease.

Learn about Osteoporosis Participate in Clinical Trials Attend the Osteoporosis Support Group Try Impactwear for your lifestyle

 Upcoming Patient Events 

May 09, 2019
 

The Benefits of T'ai Chi Chih that relates to Osteoporosis and Balance

Molly Grady

I grew up in a military family and have lived in many geographic areas of the world. I lived in Albuquerque since1968. I received my master’s degree in Early Childhood Education from UNM in 1975. I started Serendipity Day School which is the first school in the state committed to fully including children with disabilities. It was named after my niece, Sarah Dixon, who was born with spina bifida. I am glad to say she is doing great and so is Serendipity Day school.
I have always been interested in dance and started taking classes in T'ai Chi Chi in 1994. I became an Accredited T'ai Chi Chi Teacher in 2004.
I have enjoyed working with seated students and cancer patients. I currently teach once a week at the Palo Duro Senior Center. As time allows, I will offer more classes in a variety of settings, including the VA.

 


Aug 08, 2019
 

Osteoporosis Exercise Do’s and Don’ts

George Fraser

 

George Fraser and his wife, Pat, also a physical therapist, own and operate Fifty 'n Fit, Inc. in Albuquerque, NM. Fifty ‘n Fit is unique in its combination of fitness center exclusively for the 50-plus population, and outpatient physical therapy practice treating all ages.
George has over 45 years' experience as a physical therapist, graduating from Northeastern University, Boston, with a BS in Physical Therapy in 1973. His experience includes 22 years with Presbyterian Healthcare Services in Albuquerque, as staff therapist at Presbyterian Hospital, then as Rehab Director for Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital, and finally as Outpatient Rehab Director for the Presbyterian Healthcare system.
The past 19 years as owner of Fifty ‘n Fit, Inc. have been some of the most enjoyable of George’s career. He finds his 50 to 94-year-old population at Fifty ‘n Fit to be energetic, fully engaged, and truly a delightful population to work with. In addition to designing a comprehensive exercise program for every member at Fifty ‘n Fit – based on each member’s medical and orthopedic history and personal fitness goals – George has designed and teaches a monthly Osteoporosis Education series and a Balance Training and Fall Prevention series.



Nov 07, 2019
 

Feldenkrais Method – Delight in the Differences

Barbara Goldberg RN

 

Barbara Goldberg brings her experience as a health educator and retired RN to

her practice as a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner. She has been teaching the

Feldenkrais Method since 1997.

Through my career my focus has been on assisting people to discover unique solutions

to their everyday problems, to move easier, manage stress, pain and make

their lives easier. The Feldenkrais Method® has given me the opportunity to share these

unique solutions to a variety of people as well as my own self-care.

 


Located at Coronado Villa Resort Lifestyle Retirement Community 6900 San Vicente Ave, Albuq, NM 87109 1:30 to 3:00 PM


Upcoming Professional Events 

20th Annual Santa Fe Bone Symposium

August 9-10, 2019


  Tuesdays   Teleconference

Bone Health TeleECHO

Every Tuesday

Bone Club Meeting

 

               

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President’s Message 

The Osteoporosis Foundation of New Mexico is dedicated to improving the bone health of New Mexicans through osteoporosis education and research. Despite the availability of tests to diagnose osteoporosis and many treatments to reduce the risk of breaking bones, osteoporosis remains a disease that is under-diagnosed and under-treated. You can help by learning more about osteoporosis and participating in osteoporosis educational events. Be an advocate for bone health by telling others what you have learned. Please consider making a donation to the foundation to help support its mission.

E. Michael Lewiecki, MD

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