Dainius Juknelis MD
Clinical Assistant Professor, General Internal Medicine
72 E. Concord Street | (617) 638-5300
Dr. Juknelis graduated from the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences in 1998. He works in Boston, MA and specializes in Internal Medicine. Dr. Juknelis is affiliated with Framingham Union Hospital.
Medicine, MD, Kauno Medicinos Universitetas, 1998
Computer Science, MS, Loyola University New Orleans, 2003
Wezeman FH, Juknelis D, Himes R, Callaci JJ. Vitamin D and ibandronate prevent cancellous bone loss associated with binge alcohol treatment in male rats. Bone. 2007 Oct; 41(4):639-45. PMID: 17643361.Published on 11/1/2006
Pinzur MS, Pinto MA, Saltzman M, Batista F, Gottschalk F, Juknelis D. Health-related quality of life in patients with transtibial amputation and reconstruction with bone bridging of the distal tibia and fibula. Foot Ankle Int. 2006 Nov; 27(11):907-12. PMID: 17144951.Published on 6/1/2006
Wei AS, Callaci JJ, Juknelis D, Marra G, Tonino P, Freedman KB, Wezeman FH. The effect of corticosteroid on collagen expression in injured rotator cuff tendon. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2006 Jun; 88(6):1331-8. PMID: 16757768.Published on 4/1/2006
Callaci JJ, Juknelis D, Patwardhan A, Wezeman FH. Binge alcohol treatment increases vertebral bone loss following ovariectomy: compensation by intermittent parathyroid hormone. Alcohol Clin Exp Res. 2006 Apr; 30(4):665-72. PMID: 16573585.Published on 1/1/2004
Wickman AM, Pinzur MS, Kadanoff R, Juknelis D. Health-related quality of life for patients with rheumatoid arthritis foot involvement. Foot Ankle Int. 2004 Jan; 25(1):19-26. PMID: 14768960.Published on 1/1/2004
Callaci JJ, Juknelis D, Patwardhan A, Sartori M, Frost N, Wezeman FH. The effects of binge alcohol exposure on bone resorption and biomechanical and structural properties are offset by concurrent bisphosphonate treatment. Alcohol Clin Exp Res. 2004 Jan; 28(1):182-91. PMID: 14745317.Published on 8/1/2003
Wezeman FH, Juknelis D, Frost N, Callaci JJ. Spine bone mineral density and vertebral body height are altered by alcohol consumption in growing male and female rats. Alcohol. 2003 Aug-Oct; 31(1-2):87-92. PMID: 14615015.