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Osteology and Bone Metabolic Diseases

DR. MED. ISOLDE FRIELING

Born 1960 in Hamburg
1980 - 1987 Studied human medicine in Hamburg and Munich
1984 – 1985 Studied in San Francisco and Philadelphia
1987 Qualified as a doctor at Hamburg University
1990 – 1992 Wilhelmsstift paediatric hospital, Hamburg
1993 – 2006 Hamburg Eppendorf University Hospital, medical clinic, nephrology/osteology department, care for inpatients and outpatients with osteopathic disorders, implemented clinical trials
2005 “Osteologe DVO” accredited (osteology governing body)
April 2006 Founded the “Hamburg Osteoporosis Centre”
More than 35 published articles in the field of osteology.

Contact

Neuer Wall 32, 20354 Hamburg

Phone: +49 800 14 14 14 - 3

Internet: www.osteoporosezentrum-hamburg.de
E-Mail: osteoporosezentrum@mediplex-hamburg.de

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HAMBURG OSTEOPOROSIS CENTRE | NEUER WALL

This is a very highly regarded special practice for osteoporosis and bone metabolic diseases in northern Germany. Situated in the centre of Hamburg, the Osteoporosis Centre is directed by Dr. Isolde Frieling as a private practice and institute for clinical research along with Prof. Hans-Peter Kruse’s support in scientific and clinical issues.

Patients with osteoporosis are examined, treated and monitored by specialists in tranquil surroundings. Apart from the various forms of osteoporosis the practice focuses on other bone and calcium metabolic disorders such as Paget’s disease of bone, secondary bone diseases with gastrointestinal tract or kidney disorders, vitamin D deficiency and hyper and hypoparathyroidism.

The Hamburg Osteoporosis Centre is one of only four facilities in Germany that has the ability to conduct high-resolution computer tomography of the extremities (x-treme CT). It provides an image resolution of approx. 80µm and enables advanced detection of bone fracture risk. In addition, it is qualified to evaluate the short and long term success of treatment and help in clarifying unclear and discrepant findings.

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KEY ACTIVITIES

  • Osteoporosis and calcium and phosphate metabolism disorders
  • Male osteoporosis
  • Other osteological diseases, e.g.: Paget’s disease of bone or hyperparathyroidism
  • Analysis of bone structure
  • Qualitative and quantitative evaluation of cortical and spongeous bone
  • Detection of individual fracture risk due to personal osteoporosis risk analysis, establishment of fall risk, lab tests (external lab) and instrumental tests (see below) while including existing findings as required
  • Advice on a healthy bone lifestyle - cooperation with nutritionists and physiotherapists
  • Vibration training with Galileo® to build muscle and bones.
  • Post-menopausal clinical trials

SPECTRUM OF INSTRUMENTAL TESTS

  • Osteodensitometry of the spine, hip and radius using the DXA method
  • Low-radiation IVA view (instant vertebral assessment) to evaluate vertebral fractures
  • High-resolution computer tomography of the extremities (x-treme CT: bone structure analysis)
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memberships

ZORG (Zürich osteoporosis research group)
DGO German Society of Osteology (President 1995-1997)
German Society of Endocrinology, Section CRHUKS International Conferences on Calcium Regulating Hormones
European Calcified Tissue Society
DGO
ASBMR (American Society of Bone and Mineral Research)
RAMOWE (Regional working group for minimal invasive spinal surgery)