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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-09-10

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You're as Young as You Feel.




Age is Only a Number.

Knee Replacement Recovery in Six Weeks.

For many people suffering from chronic knee pain,
the thought of surgery and a six-month recovery for
traditional knee replacement surgery is enough to endure
the pain a bit longer. After all, who wants to sit on the
sidelines for six months? Now you don't have to.

At Sinai-Grace Hospital., our minimally invasive total knee
replacement gets you back in action. This innovative
technique allows you to walk unassisted in two weeks,
with a total recovery time of six weeks—as opposed to
six months for traditional. knee replacement surgery.

The surgery is performed by Dr. Robert Ference, a
nationally recognized leader in minimally invasive
knee replacement.

Just think: In six weeks, you can continue your active

lifestyle—or just climb a flight of stairs—without pain.

That's true progress.

To learn more, call Sinai-Grace's total joint
replacement center, Joint Plus Excel, at

888-DMC-2500.

The Shul Marks Holidays

The Shul in West Bloomfield will hold
High Holiday services. Membership is
not required to join.
All are welcome. There is a $50
charge. Special children's programs for
various ages will be offered as well as
the adult service. All prayers will com-
bine Hebrew and translated English.
For information, call (248) 788-
4000.

Dr. Ference is the newest

addition to Sinai-Grace's

joint replacement team,

joining Drs. Krugel,

Beth Shalom Rehires Director

Higginbotham, Blasier,

Rena Amit, former director of the Gan
Shalom Preschool at Congregation
Beth Shalom, is returning to the Gan
staff
Mrs. Amit, while living in Israel,
was director, administrator and teacher
of the Kibbutz Barkai Preschool.
Following 15 years in Israel, Amit
came to Oak Park and was director-
administrator of the Workmen's Circle
Pre-School from 1981 to 1996.
For more information on
Congregation Beth Shalom's Gan
Shalom Early Childhood Program, call
Mrs. Katchke, (248) 547-7970.

Hoard, Mackey and DeSilva.

This team offers

unparalleled expertise

in total joint replacement

surgery.



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Sinai-Grace Hospital

Hats Off For Yeshivat Akiva

Detroit Medical Center/Wayne State University

,873700

The friends of Akiva will hold a hat
boutique 2-5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 12, at
Yeshivat Akiva, 21100 W. 12 Mile
Road, Southfield.
There will be a selection of
European and New York designer hats
at discount prices.
For information, call (248) 350-

1239.

Bereavement Support Offered

May the coming year be filled with
health, happiness and prosperity
for all our family and friends

Mary & Claire Tamaroff

'TN

9/10

2004

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look for

...the first Friday of every
month...it's a monthly
lifestyle pull-out-and-save
section focusing on fash-
ion, home design, local
personalities, the arts and
more!

!========

A bereavement support group will
meet 6:30-8 p.m. Mondays, Sept. 13-
Oct. 18, at the Birmingham Temple.
The group is part of the Living
With Grief series, a Hospice of
Michigan program.
The program is open to the public;
registration is required. Call Margie
Martin, (48) 426-4053.

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