Obesity and diabetes can be prevented at a very young age


Chloe grew up with loving parents who did everything think they could to protect, love and care for her, they fed her well, she exercised and did all the right things but no matter what they tried she kept gaining weight Chloe was 11 years old and almost gave up, until they went to see Dr. Tara Dall.

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Dr. Tara Dall is a third generation primary care physician and Wisconsin native, following in the footsteps of her father, Dr. James Dall and grandfather Dr. Glenn Dall. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin Madison medical school and family medicine residency, she started her medical career working side by side with her father as a full time family practitioner at Moreland Family Medical Associates, Waukesha, Wisconsin in 2001. Her primary care practice had a strong emphasis in women’s health, preventive medicine, and use of biomarkers for early disease detection. Recognizing there was a need for more cardiovascular primary prevention services especially in traditionally under-served population of women and children she decided a few years later to become board certified in clinical lipidology and to focus her medical practice on cardiometabolic disease. Dr. Dall graduated in the first class of Diplomates of the American Board of Clinical Lipidology in November 2005, and is one of a handful of United States physicians treating pediatric dyslipidemia. She has served as associate clinical professor at the Medical College of Wisconsin as well as a clinical preceptor for the Waukesha family practice residency program to provide a lipid clinic experience for medical trainees. ( Click Here to See more about Dr. Dall )

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