Dr. Burt Launches New Website for Naperville Orthopedic Surgery Patients
Dr. David Burt, a renowned orthopedic surgeon in Joliet / Naperville, is pleased to announce the launch of his new website, located at http://gomidwestsports.com. The redesign and content changes are part of an inclusive online marketing campaign, launched with the help of Ceatus Media Group. Dr. Burt is confident that the changes to his online presence will attract more patients from throughout Naperville, Joliet, Aurora and surrounding areas.
Midwest Sports Medicine Institute’s new website features an intuitive navigation, making it easier for website visitors to find the information they need. The site also features comprehensive information on the many conditions that Dr. Burt treats, including knee injuries, shoulder injuries and elbow injuries. Patients who suffer from chronic pain or injury can visit the site to learn more about their treatment options, and get answers to questions regarding the condition.
Other useful additions to the website include Dr. Burt’s biographical information, including information about his education and formal training. Finally, the website offers information to patients who have suffered a work injury and have filed a workers’ compensation claim. Dr. Burt and his staff are committed to the highest level of patient care and hope that educating patients on their treatment options, and patient rights, will help them during their treatment process.
More about Midwest Sports Medicine Institute
Midwest Sports Medicine Institute is a premier orthopedic surgery practice led by board certified orthopedic surgeon Dr. David Burt. Dr. Burt has years of experience in the field and is pleased to provide care for a comprehensive range of injuries. Some of the most common injuries Dr. Burt treats include shoulder dislocation, meniscus tear and rotator cuff injuries. To learn more, or to schedule a consultation, contact Dr. Burt today at 815-267-8825.
Midwest Sports Medicine Institute
24600 W. 127th St #240
Plainfield, IL 60585