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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-05-14

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B'NAI MITZVAH

from page 65

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. •

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

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

At Sinat-6raee Hospital we o

Patient education

Excellent patient/guest
relations

Private"and
semi-private rooms

A comprehensive healthcare
team that includes surgeons,
nurses, physical therapists

and physician assistants

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.

Postoperative care, including

physical therapy and home care

Kosher kitchen

Sinai-Grace Hospital

Detroit Medical Center/ Wayne State University

For more in
contact us at (313) W-3362
or visit us at our website www.sinalyrace.ory.

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Proud grandparents
are Elaine and
Charles Perlman
and Pauline and
Kenneth Beck.
Alex is a student
at Emerson School
in Ann Arbor. For
his mitzvah proj-
ects, he cooked
dinner for families at the Ronald
McDonald House in Ann Arbor and
participated as a phone solicitor at
Super Sunday for the Washtenaw
County Jewish Federation United
Jewish Appeal.

Brandon Joshua Potash, son of
Andrea and Harry Potash and brother
of Jason and Stephanie, will celebrate
his bar mitzvah on Friday, May 14, at
Temple Israel. His proud grandmoth-
er is Rae Appel. He is also the grand-
son of the late
David Appel and
the late Nathan
Potash.
An honor stu-
dent at Orchard
Lake Middle
School in West
Bloomfield,
Brandon felt he
was helping people
when he volunteered at Gleaners
Food Bank in Detroit as part of his
mitzvah projects.

Sarah Silver will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitzvah Saturday, May
15, at Temple Emanu-El. She is the
daughter of Debra and Scott Silver
and sister of Randy and Eric. Proud
grandparents are
Marilyn and
Robert Silver and
Florence Holzman.
She is also the
granddaughter of
the late Robert
Holzman.
Sarah is a sev-
enth-grade honor
student at
Berkshire Middle School in
Birmingham. Her mitzvah projects at
the temple included delivering Purim
parcels, volunteering at the Purim car-
nival and helping to build the
labyrinth. She also filled Purim parcels
for the Great Purim Parcel Project,
volunteered at Yad Ezra in Berkley
and worked at Super Sunday at the
Jewish Community Center in Oak
Park.

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