Dr. Karl Dunn was born and raised in Macomb, Michigan. After completing his undergraduate studies in Microbiology at Michigan State University, he attended Kent State University (formerly the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine) where he earned his medical degree. Dr. Dunn then completed a comprehensive three-year Podiatric Surgery residency at Henry Ford Macomb Hospital, where he served as Chief Resident during his final year. Following residency, Dr. Dunn advanced his surgical and clinical training by completing an additional year of fellowship at the Pennsylvania Intensive Lower Extremity Fellowship, where he trained on the latest techniques in total ankle joint replacement, sports medicine, adult and pediatric reconstruction, and lower extremity trauma. He also has a special interest in wound care and advanced limb salvage techniques. Dr. Dunn has enjoyed staying involved in the latest medical research, where he has co-authored numerous medical journal articles and presented his work at local, state, and national scientific conferences.
Dr. Dunn is extremely happy to return back to his home state, along with his beautiful wife and two children.
David A. Shneider, board certified as a Doctor of Medicine and Orthopedic Surgery, practices orthopaedic surgery specializing and limited to arthroscopic surgery and associated reconstructive surgery of the knee. He has specific interest and experience in problems of the patella, especially instability and failed surgeries. He received his Degree in Medicine from the College of Medicine at the University of Illinois in 1968. He served his internship at Highland Alameda County Hospital in Oakland, California. He completed his military service in 1971 as U.S. Army Flight Surgeon at Fort Wolters, Texas. He completed his orthopedic residency in 1975 at Orthopaedic Hospital in Los Angeles, California.
His professional associations include American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, International Arthroscopy Association of North America, International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery, Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, and the Michigan Orthopedic Society.
Dr. Shneider is married and resides in East Lansing.
Kenneth E. Stephens is board certified in osteopathic medicine and surgery, specializing in hand and upper extremity orthopedic conditions. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto in 1972. He received his Master and Ph.D. from Michigan State University in 1979 and 1982 respectively. He graduated from the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Michigan State University in 1988. After graduation from Michigan State University he served his internship at Mt. Clemens General Hospital. He completed his residency at Mt. Clemens Hospital. He completed a fellowship in Hand and Upper Extremity at the University of Chicago Hospital in 1994.
Dr. Stephens has authored many publications, articles, and abstracts.
He is married and resides in Okemos.