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Fired up about your bones? In celebration of the PBS special re-airing, enjoy a 20-minute meet-and-greet with Dr. Lani to answer your burning questions about bone health.


Build healthy bones for life!

Dr. Lani Simpson cuts through confusion and inaccuracies surrounding osteoporosis. Learn about her well-rounded, whole-body approach to bone health, including discussions of digestive health, diet, supplements, exercise, and how aging affects the bones.

From improving bone quality to managing arthritis to hypothyroidism, become your own Bone Health Expert through this audio and video series, including interviews with Judy Lane, NP NS and Dr. Jennifer Schneider.


Bone Density Testing - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

I see DXA reports from all over the country. Three times this week I had to break the news to clients that not only did they not gain bone density, but they had lost bone density - can be the other way too - people think they gain when they have not due to incorrect reporting. Read More

Osteoporosis and Anorexia Athletica

Case study: by Dr. Lani Simpson (all case studies are with permission from clients or composites). Last year a patient came in who had recently fractured three vertebrae lifting a window. She was in a full brace from her neck to her hip to stabilize her spine. She had never fractured a bone in her 62 years... Read More

Bone Density Test Errors

In this article, my aim is to share with you two cases that came across my desk last week. Both DXA's had basic errors that could have been caught, if anyone was paying attention. Bone density is an amazing tool, and a very important piece of the puzzle when looking at bone health. This article should not make you... Read More

Fosamax for Your Bones: A Cautionary Tale

On November 30, 2016, I interviewed Sandi Putnam via live webinar. Many years ago, Sandi was a very dutiful patient and followed her doctor’s orders, without question. She trusted her doctor and knew he had her best interests at heart. So, when her doctor told her that she had low bone density—“osteopenia” not osteoporosis—and that she needed to take Fosamax,... Read More

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