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Alan G. Pocinki, MD, FACP, PLLC
Clinical Associate Professor
The George Washington University
2121 Eye Street, NW
Washington DC, United States
Dr. Pocinki is a general internist qualified to treat a wide array of medical illnesses as well as commmon primary care problems. He believes in a “pro-active” approach, identifying potential problems to help prevent future ones. His special interests include chronic fatigue syndrome and related conditions such as joint hypermobility and dysautonomia, as well as general preventive medicine.
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