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Board-Certified Cardiologist Dr. Stephen Sinatra Featured on Searchjointpain.com
Date:7/14/2009

Dr. Stephen Sinatra, a board-certified cardiologist, nutritionist, and anti-aging specialist, is now a featured expert on searchjointpain.com, a new informational Web site devoted to all aspects of joint and muscle conditions and solutions.

Potomac, MD (Vocus) July 14, 2009 -- Dr. Stephen Sinatra, a board-certified cardiologist, nutritionist, and anti-aging specialist, is now a featured expert on searchjointpain.com, a new informational Web site devoted to all aspects of joint and muscle conditions and solutions.

On searchjointpain.com, you can find many of Dr. Sinatra’s recommendations and advice on a wide variety of joint- and muscle-related topics, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, knee joint pain, shoulder pain, back pain, joint surgery, fibromyalgia, gout, and lupus. As with all information and advice found on searchjointpain.com, Dr. Sinatra’s content delivers effective answers to targeted joint- and muscle-related questions, as well as offering a plan of action to help ease pain and stiffness and enjoy lasting health.

Dr. Sinatra is a fellow of the American College of Cardiology and the American College of Nutrition, and he believes that the cardiovascular system is the bellwether of human health. He is the founder of the New England Heart & Longevity Center, where he uses the best of traditional medicine and alternative therapies to help his patients find true healing. Dr. Sinatra is also the author of numerous books, including Heartbreak and Heart Disease, Heart Sense for Women, Lower Your Blood Pressure in Eight Weeks, and The Sinatra Solution—Metabolic Cardiology, just to name a few.

In addition to his many books, Dr. Sinatra also authors a monthly newsletter, Heart, Health & Nutrition, which is dedicated to helping people prevent, overcome and reverse disease. He focuses on integrative methods—the best of both alternative and conventional care—to find solutions for patients and subscribers. You can subscribe to Heart, Health & Nutrition, download free reports, and subscribe to Dr. Sinatra’s free eLetter online at www.drsinatra.com.

Dr. Sinatra has also created Advanced BioSolutions, a line of vitamins, nutritional supplements, foods, and other products specifically designed to help people strengthen and support their cardiovascular systems and overall health. Advanced BioSolutions products can be found online at www.drsinatra.com and www.healthylivingnetwork.com.

To read Dr. Sinatra’s thoughts on joint- and muscle-related concerns, visit searchjointpain.com—just one of the informational health Web sites in the Healthy Living Network. While there, you can also sign up for a free eLetter on searchjointpain.com to receive the best joint and muscle health advice from Dr. Sinatra and other medical experts.

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