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What Makes Us Special

​​​​​​​​​​​Our Experience

Our program has played a key role in improving care for people with osteoporosis. Many members of our staff have won local, provincial, and national awards for excellence in clinical care, academic teaching and research.

Our team at the Osteoporosis Program has also helped develop guidelines and policies for osteoporosis care in Canada and North America. We work closely with fracture clinics, other osteoporosis programs across the country, Osteoporosis Canada, and the Ontario Ministry of Health to improve the care of individuals with osteoporosis.


Our Research

Our research team of clinical epidemiologists, researchers, physicians, nurses, graduate students and medical students are committed to finding better methods of treating and preventing bone loss and fractures. Our research team has also played a key role in the development of guidelines a​nd policies for osteoporosis care in Canada and North America, including the 2010 Osteoporosis Canada guidelines, the 2012 Canadian Association of Radiologists guidelines, and the 2010 and 2012 American Society of Bone and Mineral Research Task Force for recommendations on femur fractures.

You may be able to participate in our research. Learn more about our research studies and how to participate.


Our Education

Picture of Osteoporosis Exercise Guide front page / image only and not a downloadWe regularly develop educational resources for patients with the most up-to-date information on osteoporosis prevention and management. These include a blog for patients that highlights the latest updates in osteoporosis news and research, an annual newsletter and our unique exercise book, Osteoporosis Exercise Guide​.

The Osteoporosis Exercise Guide is designed for all adults who are interested in taking charge of their bone health. Written by our program's director, Dr. Angela Cheung​, and kinesiologist Joyce Pan Mightis, the book i​s based on more than 15 years of clinical experience.

Exercise is an essential component of any osteoporosis prevention or treatment program and our guide offers detailed instructions for exercises to help build bone strength. It also provides important guidelines for daily activities in order to prevent injuries and fractures. Find out how to obtain your copy of the Osteoporosis Exercise Guide​.

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