New York City, NY (PRWEB) September 12, 2007
The website of Bernstein Medical - Center for Hair Restoration, a state-of-the-art hair transplant facility in Manhattan, was recently recognized by the World Wide Web Health Awards as one of the Internet's best resources. BernsteinMedical.com (http://www.bernsteinmedical.com) was acknowledged for outstanding health information, based on accuracy, usability, and overall quality.
With over 30,000 unique visitors a month, the Center's website has helped potential hair transplant patients from all over the world make educated decisions regarding their hair loss, including preventative medications and possible surgery.
"One of the most popular features of our website is the Hair Transplant Blog. It allows users to send in their questions and get clear, concise answers," says Dr. Bernstein. "I try to clear up as much of the misinformation about hair restoration as I possibly can."
Nearly two thirds of American males experience some measurable form of hair loss by age 35, according to the American Hair Loss Association. With millions of men and women seeking reliable information, Dr. Bernstein recognized the need for an informative, easy-to-navigate hair restoration resource on the Web.
The World Wide Web Health Awards is organized by the Health Information Resource Center (HIRC), a national clearinghouse for consumer health information programs and materials. These Web-based health awards are an extension of the HIRC's 14-year old National Health Information Awards (NHIA), the largest program of its kind in the United States.
Bernstein Medical - Center for Hair Restoration, located in midtown Manhattan, is designed to deliver state-of-the-art hair transplant procedures. Dr. Bernstein is world renowned for his pioneering work in Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation and Follicular Unit Extraction. In addition to his private practice, Dr. Bernstein is Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Columbia University in New York.
For more information, go to http://www.BernsteinMedical.com or contact T.K. Hall at the Ictus Initiative (617-717-8294).