As you read above, you need healthy kidneys to keep healthy bones. When you have kidney disease your bones are also at risk.
In the very early stages of CKD, you will probably not have any problems with how your body controls your phosphorus. However, if your kidney disease gets worse, you may also start to have problems controlling your phosphorus.
Talk to your doctor about what your phosphorus levels should be. Learn about the tests and symptoms of bone disease here