Dearborn, MI (PRWEB) November 19, 2013
Dearborn Foot and Ankle Doctor, Dr. Lawrence Young, has released a Bunion Surgery Article on his new website for his 30+ year old foot care clinic in Metro Detroit. The article, available on Dr. Young’s website, Podiatry.md, has common symptoms and treatment information for the common foot issue known as Bunions, or Hallux Valgus.
Dr. Young had this to say about the article: “Many people come to our clinic with bunion problems; it is a common foot issue, and this article will give everyone the 101 on bunion problems.”
Dr. Young has been serving Sterling Heights foot care needs for the last 30 years. He is affiliated with nearly every major healthcare provider in the Southeast Michigan area, including the Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak, Oakwood Hospital, St. John Oakland Hospital, and the Detroit Medical Center. Dr. Young is very well known for his work in external bone healing, bunion and forefoot reconstruction techniques, and ankle arthroscopy. He is certified in the latest surgical techniques such as arthroscopic ankle surgery and laser surgery.
Dr. Young owns Dearborn Podiatric Surgeons, located on Outer Drive in Dearborn, and Georgetown Podiatric Surgeons, located off of Metro Parkway in Sterling Heights. In addition to his own offices, Dr. Young also treats patients at the many hospitals & clinics with which he is affiliated.
More foot care information can be accessed via the ailment search bar, which allows people to find more information about many disorders, and the site also contains maps with interactive directions for accessibility. Dr. Young periodically updates the Podiatry.md blog with helpful foot care and shoe tips for Michigan foot patients.
Click here to visit the site: http://podiatry.md/.
If you are interested in foot and ankle treatment from Dr. Young, please visit Podiatry.md, or call 313-565-8080.
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