Can you reverse Osteoprosis naturally?

Answer: Yes, no, and maybe! Join Dr. Lani for a deep disscussion on this popular question, one that is full of nuance and complexity. We take a deep dive into questions, concerns, treatments, myths and facts - all with a critical lense. The full video is 1 hour, and taken from Dr. Lani's Bone Health Master Class.


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Compression Fractures of the Spine

Compression Fractures of the Spine

Osteoporosis (weakened bone) and/or trauma contribute to compression fractures of the spine. The vast majority of compression fractures affect the spine, although they can occur in other parts of the body. Compression fractures of the spine may also be described as “vertebral fractures.” The most common cause of vertebral compression fractures is osteoporosis, and osteoporosis... Read More

Bone Health, Osteoporosis and Diagnosis Course

Coming soon: Dr. Lani’s Bone Health Course for Health Practitioners and Laypeople

Visit our Bone Health Course page for more information.

Understanding bone health is important for those of us in the health field. The diagnosis of osteoporosis threatens an individual's physical independence, and we need more practitioners and interested laypeople to learn about... Read More

FRACTURES: Are fractures normal, or due to poor bone health?

What Fractures
Tell us about, Bone Health?

Trauma fractures result from the direct, physical impact of an event such as tumbling off a ladder, being injured in a car accident, or falling while playing pickleball. Trauma fractures, unlike osteoporosis-related fractures, are not necessarily associated with... Read More

Don't Get BURNED and Get Your Vitamin D

This is my story about my relationship with the sun that led to my new book, 

Dr. Lani's No-Nonsense SUN Health Guide.

My first encounter with skin cancer involved outpatient surgery to remove a small growth from my forearm. Later another carcinoma was excised from my back. Then, soon after my third skin cancer, diagnosed in 1999, I participated in a... Read More

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