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Occupation  Podiatric Physcian,
Organization  Institute Beaute
Name  Suzanne Levine

Born  June 28, 1957New York City, New York, U.S.
Residence  New York City, New York, USA
Education  Doctor of Podiatric Medicine
Known for  Inventing aesthetic podiatric treatment, “My Feet Are Killing Me!”
Website  institutebeaute.com/dr-suzanne-levine
Books  You Don't Need Plastic Surgery: The Doctors' Guide to Youthful Looks with No Surgery, No Pain, No Downtime
Alma mater  Columbia University, New York College of Podiatric Medicine

Healthy Feet with Dr. Suzanne Levine: Bunions


Suzanne M. Levine, DPM, PC, is a clinical podiatrist and a foot surgeon at the NewYork–Presbyterian Hospital, Lenox Hill Hospital and The Center for Specialty Care in New York City, New York, United States. She is best known for her book My Feet Are Killing Me!, and for her contributions to several notable newspapers, magazines and TV shows. Levine practices at her New York City podiatry clinic and medical-spa, Institute Beauté.

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Career

Levine contributes regularly as a foot care expert on NBC's The Today Show and WNBC's Today in New York. She has also featured on The Dr. Oz Show, The Doctors (2008), The Oprah Winfrey Show, Entertainment Tonight, Extra, ABC 20/20, The View, Nightline, and Good Morning America. She is credited for inventing the tootsie technique and has participated in a medical mission in Cambodia where she dontated one thousand pair of shoes to a local village.

Publications

In addition to her medical practice, Levine is the author of My Feet Are Killing Me!, 50 Ways To Ease Foot Pain, Your Feet Don't Have To Hurt, The Botox Book, and You Don't Need Plastic Surgery with Everett Lautin. Her books have featured on The Couch of CBS 2 New York in a segment called “Beautiful Feet Solutions.”

References

Suzanne M. Levine Wikipedia


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