Preventive Care Strategies: Living with Lupus
Bella Fradlis, MD
Attending Physician, Division of Rheumatology
Assistant Professor of Medicine, AECOM
Montefiore Medical Center
Back due to overwhelming popular demand! The recent in-person presentation by Bronx-based rheumatologist Dr. Bella Fradlis was so well-received that we brought it back as a webinar to give everyone the opportunity to learn from her “Preventive Care Strategies: Living with Lupus.” The presentation was so rich in content that previously we reported on just one of many helpful topics – lupus and Raynaud’s syndrome. Dr. Fradlis provides additional tools for ways to prevent several lupus complications to help you lead a long and happy life. Click here to watch Dr. Fradlis’ full presentation.
Below are summaries from Dr. Fradlis’ talk, each sharing her strategies for preventing or delaying a common complication of lupus.
- Preventive Care Strategies: Living with Lupus
This column is not meant to substitute for medical advice from your own healthcare provider – please talk to your doctor about your bone health.
Dr. Bella Fradlis is an attending rheumatologist who divides her time between Jacobi and Montefiore medical centers, treating a variety of systemic rheumatologic conditions. She received her medical training at Stony Brook University School of Medicine. She then completed an internship year at Long Island Jewish Hospital and internal medicine residency training at Columbia University Medical Center – New York Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Fradlis completed a clinical rheumatology fellowship at Columbia University Medical Center.