(PRWEB) March 03, 2013
Dr. Bill Releford, a leader in the field of diabetic limb preservation and wound care, is pleased to announce the Releford Foot and Ankle Institute has found a new home at 9735 Wilshire Boulevard. From this central location, the Institute will be able to better serve those in need of foot and ankle care.
“At the Releford Foot and Ankle Institute, we treat diabetic neuropathy, non-healing wounds, and lymphedema as well as joint and tendon pain, ankle sprains, heel pain, plantar fasciitis, poor circulation, and many other conditions,” said Releford. “I’m happy to expand the practice so the Institute can reach more patients.”
A graduate of the Temple School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia, Releford began his practice in 1990 and established the Diabetic Foot Institute, a facility dedicated exclusively to the reduction of diabetes-related amputations in high-risk populations. Dr. Releford recently received prestigious awards from the Association of Black Cardiologists and the Regional Black Chamber of Commerce for his contributions to public health.
Releford is an assistant professor at Charles R. Drew University and lectures worldwide about the latest techniques in limb salvage and community-based outreach. He authored the book “Five Colors A Day to Better Health” and contributes a weekly health column to the Los Angeles Sentinel. Releford has been featured on “NBC Nightly News” with Brian Williams, ABC’s “The View,” and in The Washington Post, Newsweek, and The Los Angeles Times.
Rounding out the team at the Releford Foot and Ankle Institute Beverly Hills are Nancy Ahaddian, Director of Operations, and James Hays, Certified Tissue Bank Specialist.
Charged with operational management, Ahaddian oversees productivity. Most recently, Ahaddian served as Vice President of Operations at Jacobson &a
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