“Part of the responsibility lies with patients to seek additional care or follow the recommendation of the provider after a fragility fracture,” Asif M. Ilyas, MD, told Orthopedics Today. “The other part is the physician’s end, we have to have some kind of infrastructure to manage not only the fracture acutely, but also the post-fracture management, including the osteoporosis evaluation.”
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