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April 30, 2004 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-04-30

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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.

A Midsummer Night's Dream — May
4-Oct. 31
Though Nov. 7
Guys and Dolls
Macbeth — May 19-Oct. 30
King Henry VIII — Aug. 14-Oct. 29
The Count of Monte Cristo — May
6-Oct. 30
Anything Goes —May 8-Oct. 31
Noises Off— June 5-Oct. 30
Timon of Athens— May 6-Sept. 25
Cymbeline — June 27-Sept. 26
King John — Aug. 6-Sept. 24
The Thumph of Love — June 23-
Sept.. 25
The Swanne: Queen Victoria (The
Seduction of Nemesis) — Aug. 11-
Sept. 26
The Elephant Song/ The Human Voice
— July 22-Sept. 26

Joint replacement is an orthopaedic 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

Dr. William Higgpiktham:

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

At Sinai-Grace Hospital we offer:

1 A comprehensive healthcare

Patient education

Excellent patient/guest

Shaw Season


team that includes surgeons,

nurses, physical therapists

and physician assistants

1 Private and

semi-private rooms

Pygmalion — Through Nov. 27 •
The Importance of Being Earnest —
Through Dec. 4
Three Men on a Horse — Through
Oct. 29
Pal Joey — May 11- Oct. 30
Ah, Wilderness — May 13-Oct. 8
Rutherford and Son — June 8-Oct. 9
Waiting for the Parade — June 4-
Oct. 9
The Tinker's Wedding— June 16-
Sept. 5
Alan and Superman — June 26-Oct. 9
Nothing Sacred — Aug. 14-Oct. 30
Harlequinade — Aug. 11-Sept. 19
Floyd Collins — Aug. 3- Oct. 9

of successful long-term outcomes.

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of experience. He was recently named one of Metro

Detroit's Top Docs by Hour Detroit Magazine.

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.

1 Postoperative care, including

physical therapy and home care

Valet parking

Sinai-Grace Hospital

Detroit Medical Center/ Wayne State University

For more information, contact is at (373) 966-3362

or visit us at our website wwwsinaiyrace.ory.




April 25 - May 6, 2004

Look what's happening this year!

The Stratford Festival of Canada
runs through Nov. 7 in Stratford,
Ontario. A complete schedule
and additional information are
available at
www.stratfordfestival.ca and
(800) 567-1600.
The Shaw Festival runs
through Dec. 4 in Niagara-on-
the-Lake, Ontario. A complete
schedule and additional informa-
tion are available at
www.shawfest.corn and
(800) 511-SHAW.

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In addition to the screenings of 35 great films, check out some of our fabulous guest appearances:

Sunday, April 25 • 8 p.m. • United Mists Commerce

Paper Clips filmmakers and other guests have been invited to a post-film discussion,
Special guest Detroit Free Press film critic Terry Lawson will introduce the Festival.

Tuesday, May 4 • 8 p.m. • United Artists Commerce


Join us for a special panel discussion led by Dr, Jerome S. Kaufman, National Secretary of the Zionist Organization of America
following the showing of Different Drummers and Relentless. The panel discussion will also take place in Ann Arbor.

Call 248.788.2900 today for tickets or stop by the JET Theatre box office, lower level, JCC.

Call 248.432.5577 for a FREE brochure or check out our complete line up at www.jccdet.org



Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
D. Dan & Betty kahn Building • Eugene & Marcia Applebaum Jewish Community Campus
6600 West Maple Road West Bloomfield







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