Osteoporosis Support

Online Virtual Education & Discussion Presentations

The Conejo Valley Osteoporosis Support Group

Announcing New Virtual “As You Age” Lecture Schedule 2022-2023

Currently all Osteoporosis Support Group lectures are offered virtually on Zoom. If you are a Medical Professional, Nutritionist, Holistic Practitioner, Wellness Educator or Author who would like to offer education to our Group virtually, please click here to contact Aggie with your information or if you are interested in being on the mailing list for these lectures.

May is Osteoporosis Awareness Month

Upcoming Virtual Lectures

Participate from the comfort of your home! All presentations are offered at no cost and will be live-streamed on Zoom with advance registration.

Past Virtual Lectures

Bone Health and Sleep

Osteoporosis Support Group Lecture: Fueling for Stong Bones with Nutrition and Exercise

Video Recording of April 24, 2023 Lecture

UCLA Speaker: Shelby Yaceczko

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Bone Health and Sleep

Buff Bones and the Sleep Connection

Live Streaming on Zoom

What you need to know as you age. The cost is free (please register early). You’ll be sent a Zoom link to participate prior to the scheduled event.

Guest Speaker:
Dr. Nathaniel Yuan, Internal Medicine, UCLA Health

Dr. Nathaniel Yuan is a family medicine trained sleep physician who practices in Ventura and Thousand Oaks. As such, he is an advocate for a holistic approach to an individual’s health for both during the day and night. He specializes in treating pediatric and adult sleep disorders including sleep apnea, insomnia, hypersomnia, nocturnal movement disorders, and narcolepsy.


Getting a good night’s rest is essential for your immune system and better bone health. The body undergoes an array of healthy processes during sleep including bone remodeling during which old bone tissue is removed and new bone tissue is formed.

A study published in November 2019 by the Women’s Health Initiative showed that women who self reported less than 5 hours of sleep a night, had significantly lower bone mass compared to women who slept 7 hours a night. The difference they observed is equivalent to one year of aging.


Need help?

For assistance registering for a class or for any other questions, please contact Aggie Winston.

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