Dr. Richard M. Singer has over 35 years of orthopedic surgical skills and specializes in the complex treatment of the hand and wrist. Dr. Singer is fellowship trained in Hand Surgery and studied under the leadership and founders of Harold E. Kleinert, M.D. and Joseph E. Kutz, M.D. at the very prestigious Christine M. Kleinert Institute (CMKI), Hand and Microsurgery, at the University of Louisville, Louisville, KY.
His vast knowledge of leading techniques and innovative surgical methods provide each patient the best foundation for their recovery. Dr. Singer enjoys sharing his orthopedic knowledge with colleagues and serves as Clinical Associate Professor at Wayne State University School of Medicine, Department of Orthopedic Surgery.
Complex treatment of Hand and Wrist
Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, Mich., M.D. 1978
General Surgery Wayne State University Department of Surgery, Detroit Medical Center 1979-1980
Orthopedic Surgery, Wayne State University Department of Orthopedic Surgery Detroit Medical Center 1980-1983
American Board of Orthopedic Surgery
Certificate of Added Qualifications in Hand Surgery
American Osteopathic Board of Orthopedic Surgery, Fellow Certificate of Added Qualification Hand Surgery, 1998-2008, Recertification 2009-2010
American College of ER Physicians, Recertification, 2009-2010
Hand Surgery Fellowship, University of Louisville, Department of Surgery, Section Hand Surgery, Kutz, Kleinert and Associates, July 1983-August 1984
Surgeons Choice Hospital