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Shane G. Johnson
Doctor: David Abrutyn
Service: Medical service

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Anita Li
Doctor: David Abrutyn
Service: Medical service

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John Doe
Doctor: David Abrutyn
Service: Medical service

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Jesica Gomez
Doctor: David Abrutyn
Service: Medical service

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Lilly R. Pollack
Doctor: David Abrutyn
Service: Medical service

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Allen Taylor
Doctor: David Abrutyn
Service: Medical service

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Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

John Doe
Doctor of Medicine
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I've found that when you want to know the truth about someone that someone is probably the last person you should ask.

Gregory House
Doctor of Medicine
Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Holly A. Sather
Doctor of Medicine

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John Doe
Doctor of Medicine
Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Gregory House
Doctor of Medicine
Tip of the week

I've found that when you want to know the truth about someone that someone is probably the last person you should ask.

Holly A. Sather
Doctor of Medicine
Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

John Doe
Doctor of Medicine
Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

John Doe
Doctor of Medicine
Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

John Doe
Doctor of Medicine
Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

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Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Doctor of Medicine
Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Doctor of Medicine
Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Doctor of Medicine
Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Doctor of Medicine
Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Doctor of Medicine
Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

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Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Tip of the week

I've found that when you want to know the truth about someone that someone is probably the last person you should ask.

Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.

Tip of the week

Even losing a small amount of weight can reduce your risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA). The most common factors contributing to the development of knee OA include age, genetics, gender and repetitive stress on the knees. Patients cannot control most of these factors, but they can decrease the repetitive stress on their knees by losing weight. estimated that for every 10 pounds of weight loss, one can reduce their risk of developing OA by up to 50 percent.