A new era in healthcare dawns as Gary Rhodes, Nichola Taylor, Professor Nick Harris and Professor Ernst Schilders announce the opening of Leeds’ first dedicated bone and muscle clinic.
This pioneering clinic, equipped with state-of-the-art DEXA technology, is set to revolutionise the diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis in the region.
“Our approval by the CQC stands as evidence of our unwavering commitment to quality patient care. We are dedicated to changing lives through education and early diagnosis providing effective treatment of osteoporosis.” shared Gary Rhodes
The clinic is focused on addressing osteoporosis, offering high-quality diagnosis and tailored treatment plans to patients in need.
Through the diagnosis and treatment of bone and muscle related conditions, the clinic is dedicated to combating conditions such as osteoporosis and Sarcopenia offering high-quality non-pharmaceutical diagnosis and treatment to patients.
As the clinic opens its doors, it ushers in a new standard of healthcare for Leeds, providing comprehensive osteoporosis diagnosis and treatment options under one roof.
As 1 in 2 women over 50 will break a bone due to poor bone health, these services are integral to their health and wellbeing. Gary Rhodes said this about the need for proper musculoskeletal health; “The stronger we can become, then the more stable on our feet we become, which is going to enhance our life long term, and also make sure we’re more independent.”
The clinic offers a comprehensive range of services, including early diagnosis of osteoporosis using DEXA technology, personalised treatment plans, and patient education. The clinic’s launch represents a significant step forward in the fight against osteoporosis, as Gary and Nichola’s unwavering dedication to patient-centric care translates into an innovative and specialised bone and muscle clinic.
The bone and muscle clinic’s launch and CQC approval represent a significant step forward in the fight against osteoporosis. Gary Rhodes commented on the achievement. “We see this not just as a mark of recognition for our clinic, but as a symbol of a new chapter in bone and muscle health management in our city. Our approval by the CQC stands as evidence of our unwavering commitment to quality patient care. We are dedicated to changing lives through education and early diagnosis providing effective treatment of osteoporosis. This recognition propels us further in our mission to revolutionise Muscles and bone and muscle health care in Leeds and beyond.”