May 31, 2019
Memorial Healthcare welcomes Dr. Ramy Kurdi to the Memorial Healthcare Center for Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine!
Click here to watch Dr. Kurdi on ABC12 News!
Dr. Kurdi earned his Bachelors degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and received his medical degree from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie, PA. He completed his orthopaedic surgery residency through Michigan State University at McLaren-Oakland Hospital in Pontiac, MI. Dr. Kurdi’s training includes orthopaedic trauma surgery, pediatric orthopaedics, total joint reconstruction, sports medicine, and hand surgery. Dr. Kurdi is also an active member of the NFL-Players Association Mackey-White Health & Safety Committee.
- MAKO robotic hip and knee joint replacement (partial and total)
- Direct anterior approach (minimally invasive) total hip reconstruction
- Arthroscopy for shoulders and knees
- Reverse and total shoulder reconstruction
- Adult and Pediatric Trauma
- Reconstructive ACL repair
- Sacroiliac fusion
- Sports injuries
- And more
“I treat each and every one of my patients as a whole. They may require knee replacement surgery, however if there are underlying functional, emotional or social challenges it may affect their overall care management plan. I see it as my responsibility to work with patients to seek out solutions to those difficulties prior to surgery. This provides the safest, most patient-centered care possible.”
Ramy Kurdi, DO
Dr. Kurdi is accepting new patients at his Owosso-based practice.