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Jacquelyn Van Dam | MD

Dr. Van Dam is board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation, treating bone and joint conditions without surgery. While serving her residency at Emory University, she was honored as Resident of the Year. When not at work, Dr. Van Dam enjoys her two children, her dogs, running, swimming, reading, and coaching a kids’ running group.

Residency: Emory University

Medical Degree: Georgetown University

Specialization

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Blog Posts

Youth sports are more than child’s play. Getting kids involved from an early age can yield numerous benefits, including physical development, self-discipline, coordination, and even socialization with peers.

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Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis, affecting nearly 27 million Americans ages 25 and older.

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