Osteoporosis: Keeping Bones Strong from Age 10 To 100 Years
June 22, 2004
Hosted by Dr. Harvey Bartnof
Dr. Bartnof’s guest is Felicia Cosman, MD, author of "What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Osteoporosis," Clinical Director of the National Osteoporosis Foundation and Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine at Columbia University. Drs. Bartnof and Cosman discuss many aspects of osteoporosis, a very common medical condition that causes the bones to be weak. This increases the risk of bone fracture, the need for surgery, possible chronic pain and loss of height.
Age Management Medicine In The 21st Century
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In today’s fast-paced world it can be challenging to maintain a healthy lifestyle. With care and concern, Dr. Harvey S. Bartnof, M.D., shares his expertise on how to optimize your quality of living, bringing together the best of integrative and preventative Western medicine. With each patient and listener explore how to incorporate nutrition, exercise, and medical approaches to live a long, healthy life.
Dr. Harvey Bartnof
HARVEY S. BARTNOF, MD is the Founder and Medical Director of California Longevity and Vitality Medical Institute® in San Francisco, California. He is a licensed physician in the state of California. Dr. Bartnof was born and raised in Los Angeles, California and completed his undergraduate BA (Bachelor Of Arts) degree with high honors in Biology from the University Of California At San Diego (UCSD, Revelle College) in La Jolla, California. He received his M.D. (medical doctor) degree from the University of California at San Francisco School of Medicine (UCSF) with honors in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Cardiology, Clinical Pharmacology and Otolaryngology. He did his post-graduate training in Internal Medicine at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Torrance, California. Subsequently, he was a full-time Staff Physician at Santa Teresa Community Medical Center in San Jose, California in Emergency Medicine for eight years.