TYLER, Texas, June 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Kenneth J. Kaminski, M.D., is recognized by ContinentalWho's Who as a Pinnacle Lifetime Member in recognition of his contributions to the Medical field.
Dr. Kaminski serves as an Orthopedic Surgeon at Azalea Orthopedics, which provides expert orthopedic surgery services to patients.
"Our Orthopedics Team answers your toughest orthopedic questions related to bone and joint pain, physical therapy, pain management and more," according to the office's website. "We specialize in shoulders, knees, hips foot/ankles, hand/elbows, spin, sports medicine, physical medicine/rehabilitation and more!"
Dr. Kaminski personally specializes in hip and knee surgery, specifically replacements, joint surgery and surgery to help those with arthritis. "My practice focuses on returning patients with arthritis or malfunctioning hip and knee replacements to their previously active lifestyle," he said. After completing his Undergraduate degree in Finance as well as his Biology and Medical degree at Rutgers University, Dr. Kaminski worked at the Mayo Clinic. He then joined the team at Azalea Orthopedics, and is currently Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery.
"The key to my success is having energy and tenacity," Dr. Kaminski said. "You have to want it."
When not working, Dr. Kaminski enjoys traveling, particularly to beaches all over the world. He is also grateful to spend time with his son, daughter and Maltese.
For more information, visit www.azaleaortho.com.
Contact: Katherine Green, 516-825-5634, firstname.lastname@example.org
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SOURCE Continental Who's Who
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