Dr. David R. Mandel

Dr. David R. Mandel

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Dr. David R. Mandel is a board certified Rheumatologist in practice for over 28 years. With two office locations, Mayfield Village and Chardon, Dr. Mandel is able to provide service to patients in Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Portage, Trumbull, and Ashtabula Counties as well as patients in Erie and Sharon ,Pa.

Dr. Mandel received his fellowship from the Department of Rheumatologic and Immunologic Diseases of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in 1982 and immediately began his own practice.

Some of his honors are, founding fellow of the American College of Rheumatology, member of the American College of Physicians, American Medical Association-Physician’s Recognition Award, recognized as one of Cleveland’s outstanding Rheumatologists by the Cleveland Magazine, received the Outstanding Physician Award from Merck & Co. 1998, founder of the Prevention Patti Health Walk for Osteoporosis now known as Walk For Stronger Bones: Nationally recognized annual walk developed to heighten awareness and education on Osteoporosis.

Dr. Mandel is the author of several articles and publications such as; Wysenbeek A., Calabrese L., Mandel D., Clough J.: Limited plasmapheresis in fulminant leukocytoclastic vasculitis. J. Rheum 9:315, 1982, Assessing Personal Risk is the First Step in Preventing Osteoporosis, Geauga Courier, April 10, 1997.
Osteoporosis Can be Treated and Prevented, Time, U.S. Business, and Newsweek, September 1998.
He and his clinical research division have participated in more than 150 clinical research trials in all areas of arthritis and osteoporosis. Dr. Mandel’s practice is unique in its diversification which focuses in clinical care, a center of excellence for the study, diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis, and a research department, conducting studies on a variety of autoimmune diseases. The common thread you will find throughout Dr. Mandel’s practice is consistent, quality patient care.

Through his leadership in the community, practice and family life he challenges many around him to continue to question, create, and succeed.

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