Jill Robinson, 60, works with her physiotherapist Wong Man-ho to treat her osteoporosis. Phot : Edmond So Jill Robinson, 60, works with her physiotherapist Wong Man-ho to treat her osteoporosis. Phot : Edmond So
Jill Robinson, 60, works with her physiotherapist Wong Man-ho to treat her osteoporosis. Phot : Edmond So
How to age well

Osteoporosis: at 60 woman gets nasty lesson in bone health’s importance; therapist explains 12-minute daily routine to restore bone density

  • A fall on a beach left Animals Asia charity founder Jill Robinson with a fractured vertebra and a diagnosis of severe osteoporosis
  • Known as the silent disease, it is caused by a drop in bone density. Lifestyle changes can build it back up, as can exercise, a doctor and a therapist explain

Topic |   How to age well
Jill Robinson, 60, works with her physiotherapist Wong Man-ho to treat her osteoporosis. Phot : Edmond So Jill Robinson, 60, works with her physiotherapist Wong Man-ho to treat her osteoporosis. Phot : Edmond So
Jill Robinson, 60, works with her physiotherapist Wong Man-ho to treat her osteoporosis. Phot : Edmond So
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