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Dr. Marc Blatstein, Podiatrist, recently launched two new websites to help people better understand the foot pain they are suffering from.
(PRWEB) March 15, 2013
Dr. Marc Blatstein, Podiatrist, announces the launch of two new websites. The first website is Drmarcblatsteinpodiatrist.com. This website is dedicated to the experience that he has had throughout his career, working as a Podiatrist. One of the features of the website will be the extensive experience of Dr. Blatstein’s professional career. From the degrees he has earned to the interest he has taken in sport fishing and volunteering at local clinics in his leisure time.
The second website Dr. Marc Blatstein, Podiatrist, would like to announce is Drmarcblatsteinpodiatrist.net. This blog was created to help people know what foot pain is telling them and what they can do to help treat and, when possible, prevent injuries to their feet. From this site, people will learn about topics such as plantar fasciitis, which is swelling in the long tendon at the bottom of the foot. If a person has increased pain or swelling in their Achilles tendon, they can learn why it is injured and what how to treat it.
When asked Dr. Blatstein why he wanted to start these sites, he said, “There are many medical websites out there, but not many that offer suggestions for your foot pain. I have over 20 years of experience and can help people find simple remedies to help them cure chronic pain with simple methods.”
Dr. Marc Blatstein, Podiatrist, would like to remind people that these websites are for information only. The websites should in no way replace a physician or a specialist. Many different types of injuries that can happen in the same region of the foot, and if the pain, including swelling, does not stop then immediately seek the advice of a medical professional. As a specialist, Dr. Blatstein had many patients that would prolong a checkup because they would listen to the advice of a friend instead of seeing a doctor. Often when injured patients finally see Dr. Blatstein the damage was severe enough that extensive treatments including the possibility of surgery was the only way to cure the injury.
If anyone wants to ask Dr. Blatstein a question go to Drmarcblatsteinpodiatrist.com and leave a comment at the bottom of any page on the website.
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