The next Charlotte Senior Center Wednesday lecture is Oct. 13, “Bones, Breaks and Balance: Separating Myths from Facts,” Tina D’Amato, DO, 212 Ferry Road.

Focusing on prevention strategies and education around bone density and fractures in seniors, D’Amato will review the often confusing and conflicting information about calcium supplements, touch on Vitamin D and other supplements and prescription medications. Resources for self-directed and group exercise, as well as physical therapy will be reviewed.

D’Amato is a family medicine physician who works at Charlotte Family Health.

The free, in-person lectures start at 1 p.m. Questions? Leave a message at (802) 425-6345 or visit charlotteseniorcentervt.org.

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