Howard Dananberg

Dr. Dananberg is a well-known speaker in the profession of podiatric medicine and biomechanics. He is a 1975 graduate of the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine and completed his residency at the Central New England Podiatry Residency in 1976. He practiced in Manchester and Bedford New Hampshire from 1976 through 2012.

He has lecture extensively in the US and around the world to many professional groups on the subject of lower extremity biomechanics and its relation to gait style. He was named to the 100 Most Influential Podiatrists in America by Podiatry Management Magazine. He was named as a Pioneer in Walking Medicine by Prevention Magazine and as was awarded the Clinical Paper of the Year Award by the American Podiatric Medical Association. He is an Astra Award winner for his paper on Functional Hallux Limitus as well as the MIT-Lemelson Inventor of the Week award for Insolia, a novel weight shift solution for women’s high heeled shoes. He currently consults with Tekscan, Vasyli Medical Orthotic Company, and HBN Shoe, LLC.

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