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This week on MD for Moms, I interview endocrinologist Dr. Rakhil Rubinova about bone health. Do you know your bone density? Any sense of why it matters, what is normal and reasons for abnormalities? Women are at an significantly increased risk of osteopenia and osteoporosis, and having poor bone health leads to fractures, most commonly of the wrist, spine and hip. Suffering from osteopenia and osteoporosis is asymptomatic until a fracture happens, which makes it incredibly important that women consider their bone health early and often, and that we all work to keep our bones healthy and strong. Dr. Rubinova explains bone health in detail for women, who is at greatest risk, why it matters and how to improve it.
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Dr. Rakhil Rubinova DO is an Adult Endocrinologist with special interest and expertise in diabetes, diabetes
education, osteoporosis and bone metabolic diseases. She runs her own practice out of Rego Park, NY.
She started her education with a degree in Family Nutrition Sciences out of CUNY, Queens College. She received her medical degree from NYIT’s New York College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Dr. Rubinova completed her residency in Internal Medicine at New York-Presbyterian Queens with an additional year as a Chief resident. She completed her Research fellowship in Endocrinology and Metabolism
at Strong Memorial Hospital at the University of Rochester Medical Center with the focus on metabolic bone
disease and treatment.
Dr. Rubinova holds dual board certifications in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology & Metabolism. Dr. Rubinova worked in large academic medical centers, has experience in both clinical as well as bench research
and values advancement in medical education. She works closely with medical students, residents and fellows. She has extensive experience in treatment of diabetes and diabetes related complications, obesity and weight management, thyroid and parathyroid disease, osteoporosis and bone mineral disorders, PCOS and infertility,
adrenal disorders, and male health.
Last several years she has focused on treatment of patients with metabolic bone disease with specific attention given to osteoporosis and improvement of bone health in the process of aging.
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