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Over dr. Bella van Dalen

Over de auteur

Dr. Bella van Dalen is sinds 2011 als orthopedisch chirurg werkzaam bij Bergman Clinics te Naarden. Zij heeft zich als één van de eerste Nederlandse chirurgen sinds 1997 volledig gespecialiseerd in voet- en enkelklachten en behandelt momenteel patiënten uit de hele wereld.