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Lederman Kwartowitz Voted A Top Place to Work in Health Care
Awarded by the Becker's Hospital Review/Becker's ASC Review!
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Hour Detroit Magazine’s Top Docs 2012
Drs. Lederman and Kwartowitz Selected as Hour Detroit Magazine’s Top Docs 2012
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Dr. Lederman talks with Fox 2 Detroit about the MLS laser.
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It’s Your Knee. Help keep it that way.
First in Michigan to offer ConforMIS patient-customized knee replacements.
First in Michigan to perform iTotal patient-customized total knee replacement.
Ironman and Orthopedic Surgeon Mark Kwartowtiz Featured in Outdoor Athlete
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Hour Detroit Magazine’s Top Docs 2011
Ron Lederman, MD and Mark Kwartowitz, DO 'Top Docs' in Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
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Cold Laser Pain Therapy
A revolution in pain therapy.
Total Knee Replacement
has finally come full circle.
Laser Pain Therapy. A revolution in pain management.
Dr. Ronald S. Lederman, Dr. Mark Kwartowitz, board certified and fellowship trained orthopedic surgeons, along with physician assistant Brad Mescher, provide comprehensive orthopedic care.
From pediatrics to geriatrics, we dedicate ourselves to provide you and your family with the finest orthopedic care available, including fractures, athletic injuries and chronic conditions, including knee, shoulder, foot ankle, elbows and hands.
We specialize in arthroscopic surgery and joint replacement of the knee, hip and shoulder and use the latest technology in minimally invasive surgical procedures to reduce pain, down-time and return patients to the activities they enjoy.
Some injuries are minor and require ice and some rest but others may need more of an expert opinion and treatment. Whether its broken, strained or hyperextended...Read more
Your knee consists of three “compartments” or sections. Partial knee resurfacing offers a bone-preserving option for those affected with osteoarthritis in only one or two compartments. Rather than replace all three compartments, partial knee procedures target only those compartments affected by the disease.Read more