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Endocrinology

We treat patients with all aspects of endocrine problems, including:

  • Diabetes
  • Disorders of puberty
  • Thyroid dysfunction
  • Bone and mineral disorders
  • Pituitary diseases
  • Adrenal disorders
  • Turner syndrome

Services

We provide education, treatments, and therapies that may include:

  • Growth hormone and IGF-1 treatment
  • Hormonal replacement
  • Lupron injections
  • Diabetes education and self-management training
  • Insulin therapy, including insulin pumps and continuous glucose sensors
  • Oral hipoglycemic agents

For appointments, please call 304 598 4835

A photo of Brian Ely.
Brian A. Ely, MD
West Virginia University
Position
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
Phone
304-598-4835
A photo of Evan Jones.
Evan A. Jones, MD, PhD
West Virginia University
Position
Associate Professor, Pediatrics
Phone
304-598-4835
A photo of Rebecca Earl.
Rebecca Earl, RN
West Virginia University
Position
Staff Nurse, Pediatrics
Phone
304-293-1222
A photo of Leah Woodburn.
Leah A Woodburn, MS, RD, LD
West Virginia University
Position
Pediatric Clinic Dietitian, Pediatrics
Phone
304-598-4105