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.

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For Professionals

Learn more about opportunities for professional enrichment and education, including online telementoring program Bone Health TeleECHO and our renowned Santa Fe Bone Symposium.

Join the New Mexico Bone Club    Attend the Bone Symposium    Learn about bone health TeleECHO   Audio Digest – proceeds from 2017 Santa Fe Bone Symposium    Sign into 2017 Santa Fe Bone Symposium Webinar   Read the 2016 Santa Fe Bone Symposium Publication  


 Upcoming Patient Events 

  Nov 08, 2018   Albuquerque

Albuquerque Osteoporosis
Support Group

New Mexico Bone Club

Osteoporosis Support Group

Coronado Villa Retirement Community

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Upcoming Professional Events 

  August 3-4, 2018   Santa Fe

2018 Santa Fe Bone Symposium

Registration Now Open

  August 9-10, 2019   Santa Fe

2019 Santa Fe Bone Symposium Santa Fe Bone Symposium

Registration open January 1, 2019

  Tuesdays   Teleconference

Bone Health TeleECHO

Every Tuesday

25-Oct-2018 Albuquerque

New Mexico Bone Club

Bone Club Meeting-October

Osteonecrosis of the Jaw, John Grbic, DMD

 

               

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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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Contact Details

  Address:
300 Oak St. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106

  Email:
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  Phone: 505-857-3956