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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-04-23

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should not prevent you from doing
what you want to do.

Joints are an integral part of keeping our bodies

in motion. But when a joint causes pain, everything
suffers...participating in sports, carrying in the
groceries, even simply walking. Sinai-Grace Hospital
Joint Replacement Center was designed to ease
suffering from joint pain and help get patients back
to a normal daily routine.

Rabbi Is Chicago Bound

Rabbi Adam
Chalom, co-rabbi
of the Birmingham
' Temple, has
announced he will
become the rabbi
at Kol Hadash
Humanistic
Congregation in
Rabbi Chalom • Chicago, as of July.
A graduate of the
International Institute for Secular
Humanistic Judaism (IISHJ) in
Farmington Hills, Rabbi Chalom was
ordained a rabbi in 2001 and joined
Rabbi Tamara Kolton to lead the con-
gregation founded 40 years ago by
Rabbi Sherwin Wine.
Rabbi Chalom has been involved in
the synagogue's adult education pro-
gram as well as the Birmingham
Temple's school, bar mitzvah prepara-
tion program and in IISHJ leadership.
He has brought controversial current
issues to the community through
Voice of Reason programming and
weekly forums.
"The Birmingham Temple has been
a congregational home to my wife, .
Alison, and me since before we were
born, and deciding to leave has been
very difficult," Rabbi Chalom said.
"The Birmingham Temple family
includes some of the most interesting,
genuine, caring people I have ever
met. And while I look forward to the
opportunity to lead and build Kol
Hadash, the Birmingham Temple will
always remain my home."
Birmingham Temple President Bill
Trapp said, "I think I speak for the
entire congregation when I say how
saddened I am to see Rabbi Chalom
leave the Birmingham Temple. At the
same time, however, this is a great
opportunity for Rabbi Chalom, and
for our movement, to extend the phi-
losophy of Humanistic Judaism to
another congregation that is looking
•for a leader," he said.
"Rabbi Chalom has played a crucial
role in transitioning the Birmingham
Temple into a new era of leadership,"
Rabbi Tamara Kolton said. "His new
congregation will come to love and
value his quick wit and sound intellect
— attributes that we will miss. But as
the Birmingham Temple embarks on
this new transition, I am confident
that its future will be as bright as its
past."

Joint replacement is an orthdpaedic success story,
enabling hundreds of thousands of people to live
fuller, more active lives. Using metal alloys, high-grade
plastics and polymeric materials, our orthopaedic
surgical team can replace a painful, dysfunctional
joint with a highly functional, long-lasting prosthesis.
Over the past half-century, there have been many
advances in the design, construction and implantation
of artificial hip joints, resulting in a high percentage
of successful long-term outcomes.

Sinai-Grace Hospital is dedicated to providing quality
surgical care to patients requiring joint replacement
surgery and offers the most technologically advanced
facility in a relaxing and supportive atmosphere. Our
Medical Director, Dr. William Higginbotham is a board-
certified orthopaedic surgeon with more than 20 years
of experience. He was recently named one of Metro
Detroit's Top Does by Hour Detroit Magazine.

At Sinai-Crate Hospital we o

Patient education

Excellent patient/guest

relations

Private and
semi-private rooms

Kosher kitchen

I A comprehensive healthcare

team that includes surgeons,

nurses, physical therapists

and physician assistants

We strive to make your surgery and recovery,
comfortable and convenient with the goal of achieving
a patient's successful return to an active lifestyle.

Postoperative care, including

physical therapy and home care

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