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October 11, 2012 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-10-11

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Your spine is an engineering marvel,
but it's prone to a variety of complex
problems.

So, whether you come to Beaumont
for a herniated disc or a rare spinal
cord injury, you'll find the most
advanced spinal care anywhere.

A place where groundbreaking
research is revolutionizing spine
surgery.

Where Beaumont surgeons are
performing artificial disc replacement
and minimally invasive procedures
that mean less pain, lower risk and
faster recovery.

And where dedication to medical
education has made Beaumont a
training center for spine surgery -
so that someday our innovations
will benefit patients everywhere.

So when something is wrong with
your back or spine... why in the
world would you go anywhere else?

Do you have a
Beaumont doctor?

Jeffrey Fischgrund, M.D., is a board
certified, fellowship trained spine surgeon
at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak. He
and his colleagues comprise the state's top
orthopedics team, using some of the most
advanced technology anywhere to perform
thousands of minimally invasive spine,
joint replacement, sports medicine and
other surgeries every year

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