The first UK podcast about all matters of bone health.
Prof David Armstrong (MD) and Dr Richard Abel (PhD) will discuss bone health, bone disease and how we and our bones can live longer happier, and healthier lives.
Patients, clinicians and scientists alike will all love the cast!
Jingle by Jonny Fitch BMus
Cover art by James Armstrong
Bone health in teenagers and young adults
The lads talk to Dr Jennie Walsh about bone health in teenager years and young adults. We discussed how doctors asses and treat low bone density in young people. We also talked about the effect of eating disorders on bone health. Dr Walsh is a Senior Clinical Lecturer in the Metabolic Bone Centre at the University of Sheffield.
Basic bone science
The lads talk to each other and David chats to Richie about his research into bone quality at Imperial College London. Hear about how air pollution can cause osteoporosis, why ballet dancers get stress fractures and everything you wanted to know about nanoscale bone health in this month’s episode of BoneUp the podcast.
Nothing about us without us
The lads talked to Dr Jarod Wong about Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and new research for developing international management guidelines. Dr Wong is using a mixed methods approach to include patients and their families in the design of new management strategies.
BoneUP Live @ ECTS 2023 - Part 2
The lads went to Liverpool for the European Calcified Tissue Society annual meeting in 2023. A huge collection of bone scientists creating basic and clinical research. Join us for a fascinating insight into what's hot in bone research now!Every guest received an iconic and rare BoneUp Live mug!
Bone Up Live @ ECTS 2023 - Part 1
The lads went to Liverpool for the European Calcified Tissue Society annual meeting in 2023. A huge collection of bone scientists creating basic and clinical research. Join us for a fascinating insight into what's hot in bone research now!
Every guest received an iconic and rare BoneUp Live mug!
Improving equity of care for osteoporosis
Do you want to join the fight for more equitable health and healthcare? The lads talked to Prof Celia Gregson about her life’s mission to make healthcare not just fairer but better. It’s a truly fascinating and inspiring insight into how one of our generational leaders is reaching out around the world to make everyone healthier. Sit back and enjoy this episode it’s a cracker.
Celia Gregson is a Professor of Clinical Epidemiology at Bristol Medical School, Consultant Orthogeriatrician, and Chair of the NOGG - National Osteoporosis Guideline Group.
What a find!
This is a terrific listen for ladies of a certain age like me (or gentlemen). Even better for people young enough to lay down the foundations of a healthy old age. Wonderfully informative - thank you.
Fantastic I’m learning so much from these entertaining well thought out podcasts. I’m a Radiographer just beginning my training in DXA scanning it’s such an interesting area of medicine to study.