Amelia Rode received her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia before receiving her graduate degree as a physician assistant from Jefferson College of Health Sciences. She is focused in treating osteoporosis and preventing secondary fragility fractures. She has joined the Institute for Orthopaedics and Neurosciences in Roanoke and ready to provide treatment for at risk patients.
Thorough education and counseling regarding patients' bone health is important to allow them to make informed decisions for treatment. Our goal is to decrease secondary fragility fractures and improve long term outcomes for osteoporotic patients.
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Carilion Department of EM
University of Virginia
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
Secondary prevention of fragility fractures
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