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Your primary care doctor can be your best ally in diagnosing and monitoring osteoporosis. If required, your primary care physician can easily connect you with doctors in your area who specialize in osteoporosis. They'll work closely with your primary care physician to provide you with care that's necessary for the diagnosis, management, and even prevention of osteoporosis.
Although there's no physician specialty or board certification program that's specifically dedicated to osteoporosis, many types of medical specialists can treat patients with this disease. These include family doctors, internists, endocrinologists, geriatricians, gynecologists, and orthopedists. If you already have an existing primary care physician, you should discuss your concerns with them. They may be able to treat you on their own or refer you to someone who can.
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