For women with postmenopausal osteoporosis at high risk for fracture

Find a doctor that treats osteoporosis

While you may have a doctor you see regularly, it's important to know that not all doctors treat postmenopausal osteoporosis. Finding a doctor that can help you manage your osteoporosis is an important part of treatment.

The search tool below is provided by Healthgrades, and may help you find a local doctor who specializes in osteoporosis. The doctors listed in the search results come from a database managed by Healthgrades, and they are not endorsed by TYMLOS or Radius Health. These doctors have indicated that they treat osteoporosis, and results may include primary care physicians, gynecologists and endocrinologists.

Use the drop-downs to search for a doctor by types of insurance accepted, distance, availability or gender preference.

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