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Jason Theodosakis MD, MS, MPH, FACPM

Jason Theodosakis, M.D., MS, MPH, FACPM is a board certified physician, best-selling author, researcher, consultant, lecturer and Fellow in Preventive Medicine. He has a second medical specialty (Sports Medicine) along with Master's degrees in both Exercise Physiology and Public Health. In addition, he is a Clincial Associate Professor and the former Director of the Preventive Medicine Residency Training Program at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson.

His medical degree is from the University of Health Sciences /Chicago Medical School. He graduated summa cum laude with a master's degrees in both Exercise Physiology and Public Health from the University of Arizona. Additionally, his undergraduate education includes a double major (and Honors) in Chemistry and Biology from Florida International University.

His patients call him "Dr. Theo," and he uses that name as a way to easily identify his ground breaking treatment program that has helped change the lives of millions of arthritis sufferers worldwide.

This treatment program is detailed in his best-selling books: The Arthritis Cure® (a #1 NY Times Bestseller, now revised) and Maximizing The Arthritis Cure. These books, available in 13 languages and dozens of countries utilize an ingenious, integrative approach for treating this debilitating condition.

Dr. Theo divides his time between practicing Clinical Preventive Medicine and Sports Medicine, Teaching at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, consulting, serving as a legal expert, and doing various other teaching and volunteering activities.

Website: www.DrTheo.com


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