Those that may have medical questions can visit the newly launched blog of Marc Darrow MD, a professor, author, and expert in physical medicine
January 3, 2013 (Newswire) - Marc Darrow MD has had years of experience with physical medicine and rehabilitation, and after his success as a professor and an author, he has decided to assign his efforts to a new endeavor—online blogging. Through the use of Marc Darrow's newly launched blog, internet users can find valuable information about physical medicine, including videos and well-written articles. The blog efficiently answers many medical questions and provides assistance to those asking the questions.
Not only does Dr Marc Darrow commit himself to excellence in his new blog, but he also is committed to answering questions directly. Each article links to Dr. Darrow's website, which provides anyone with the opportunity to call and speak to the expert himself. As one of the leading prolotherapy practicioners, Dr. Marc Darrow, M.D. enjoys taking the time to educate patients, their caregivers and the medical community about the benefits of Prolotherapy. The newly launched blog and his website are both great methods of reaching out to those that may have medical questions or want to learn more about prolotherapy.
In addition to his experience as an author and practitioner, Dr. Marc Darrow is an Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA and is widely recognized as one of the leading experts in Prolotherapy, an option for chronic joint pain that does not require surgery.
Dr. Marc Darrow attended Northwestern University where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Dr. Darrow received his medical degree at the University of Hawaii. In addition, Dr. Darrow holds a Doctorate in Jurisprudence from Golden Gate University as well as an MBA from the University of California.
Through his work on his blog, website, and throughout the community, Dr. Darrow hopes to provide accurate medical information to those with questions or concerns. For more information about Dr. Darrow, call 1-800-REHAB10. To get a medical question answered or read the valuable information provided at his blog, visit http://www.drmarcdarrow.com today.