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Weight
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Thyroid
Disorders

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Wellness

Polycystic Ovary
Disease

Diabetes

Cholesterol
Management

Philip Rabito, MD

Endocrinologist in New York

Dr. Rabito treats a variety of hormonal disorders including thyroid, diabetes, pre-diabetes, cholesterol, low testosterone, osteoporosis, polycystic ovary disease, hair loss, pituitary, and adrenal disorders.

With a focus on wellness and disease prevention, he also specializes in weight loss medicine, general nutrition and fitness medicine. As a triathlete, open-water swimmer and cyclist, Dr. Rabito understands the importance of nutrition and fitness in one’s overall health.

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Dr. Philip Rabito

Dr. Philip Rabito

Dr. Philip Rabito is a Mount Sinai trained endocrinologist practicing on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine,Mount Sinai and holds certifications from the American Board of Internal Medicine, Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes, American Board of Nutrition Support Physicians, and the National Lipid Association. He has been published in articles and book chapters on the topics of nutrition, fitness, and diabetes.

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