You should know that your child has every chance of a complete recovery from juvenile osteoporosis given time to build new, stronger bone. Be patient and listen to the doctor's suggestions regarding dietary supplementation and physical therapy. Make sure your child has adequate exposure to sunlight, in order to produce more vitamin D. If your child's condition allows it, introduce gentle weight-bearing activity such as walking together as a family. Your child may have difficulty walking due to bone loss; in this case, you may want to introduce a pair of crutches. This is normal and likely to be only temporary.