Venue Website: www.kresgeeye.orgAddress:
Luther L. Fry, M.D. Lectureship in Cataract Surgery
February 20, 2019
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
“New IOL Technology for Presbyopia“
Approved for 1 CME Credit.
Les. D. Grosinger, M.D., F.A.C.S. is long recognized as one of Michigan’s premier eye surgeons. Dr. Grosinger is a specialist in the treatment of cataracts as well as laser vision correction. He is frequently sought out by both patients and other eye care specialists for his clinical expertise. Dr. Grosinger holds Bachelor of Science and M.D. degrees from the University of Michigan, which he attended as a member of its combined Inteflex six-year medical program. Dr. Grosinger was on the teaching facility of Wayne State University in the department of Internal Medicine following completion of an Internal Medicine residency at William Beaumont Hospital. Dr. Grosinger completed his ophthalmology training at Sinai Hospital in Detroit where he was honored with the H. Sol Sugar resident of the year award in 1990. Dr. Grosinger is board certified in both Ophthalmology and Internal Medicine.
In addition to founding Grosinger, Spigelman and Grey Eye Surgeons, Dr. Grosinger is the medical director of the new state-of-the-art Eye Surgery Center of Michigan. This facility is dedicated exclusively to advanced eye surgery. Dr. Grosinger is also an attending staff physician at Straith Hospital, Southfield; St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Pontiac; and William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak. He also is an instructor of cataract and refractive surgical techniques at William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak. He is actively involved in the research in and use of new technologies for cataract surgery. He is a principal FDA investigator for the ReSTOR® multifocal implant and well as principal FDA investigator for the ongoing study of the new Acrysof phakic implant for extreme nearsightedness. He is also a principal FDA investigator for a new toric implant from the HOYA Corporation to correct astigmatism.