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Common Health Concerns

  • As we grow older, we are at risk for more health problems. You can lower your risk by exercising regularly, eating right, not smoking and getting regular checkups. Another great way to stay healthy is to keep informed about the latest information on disease prevention and management. The following links to other parts of Einstein's web site can help get you started.

    Heart Health
    Einstein's team of heart experts offer the latest treatments for heart disease, America's number one killer.

    Diabetes
    Einstein can help you manage diabetes, a chronic, life-threatening and grossly under-diagnosed disease.

    Stroke 
    MossRehab is a regional leader in treating stroke, the third most common cause of death in the United States, and the leading cause of adult disability.

    Joint Pain
    Einstein's team of top-notch orthopedists offer the most advanced techniques available today to restore strength and mobility while reducing pain associated with joint problems, including the hip and knee. Call 1-800-EINSTEIN for more information.

    Women's Health
    Einstein's women's health experts can help you stay healthy.

    Prostate Disease
    Prostate disease is one of the most common problems men face as they age. Einstein urologists offer a variety of treatment options and can help you decide which option is best for you.  

    Depression
    Geriatricians and geropsychiatrists from Belmont Behavioral Health are experts in treating depression in people over age 62.

    Medical Rehabilitation
    MossRehab, one of the region's major providers of physical rehabilitative services, can help older adults recover from joint replacement, broken hips and other ailments.

    Premier Years
    Stay Healthy with Premier Years, Einstein's free health and wellness membership program for people aged 55 and older.

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