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The Dangers of Heels Article Released by Michigan Foot and Ankle Doctor Dr. Lawrence Young
Date:11/6/2013

(PRWEB) November 06, 2013

Dearborn Foot and Ankle Doctor, Dr. Lawrence Young, has released an article on his new website discussing the dangers of regularly wearing heels. The post, available on Podiatry.md, illustrates some of the main focus points about the dangers of wearing heels on a daily basis.

Dr. Young had this to say about the article: “In today’s competitive and stylish society, girls and women often feel pressured to look their best at all times. As far as feet go, that usually means they are sacrificing foot comfort and alignment to look their best, which may end up causing long term problems further down the road.”

Dr. Young has been serving Metro-Detroit area foot care needs for the last three decades. He is affiliated with nearly every major healthcare provider in the Southeast Michigan area, including 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 bunion and forefoot reconstruction techniques, external bone healing ankle arthroscopy, external bone healing ankle arthroscopy, and laser surgery. He is certified in the latest surgical techniques such as laser surgery and arthroscopic ankle surgery.

Dr. Young operates Dearborn Podiatric Surgeons, located on Outer Drive in Dearborn, and Georgetown Podiatric Surgeons, located on Metro Parkway in Sterling Heights. In addition to his own offices, Dr. Young also does treatment at the hospitals with which he is affiliated.

Beyond the guide, his website also contains a foot and ankle disorder search bar, which allows people to find more information about any disord
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