Lansing-based Michigan State University Health Sports Medicine & Orthopedic Center added orthopedic surgeons Toufic Jildeh, MD, and Micah Lissy, MD, to its team, the system said Aug. 29.
Dr. Jildeh is one of the youngest recipients of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine's O'Donoghue Sports Injury Award for a study that eliminated opioid use in ACL reconstruction surgery patients, the system said.
He specializes in fracture care, joint preservation and management of complex shoulder, knee, hip and elbow injuries.
Dr. Lissy provided care to some of the world's top athletes during his fellowship at Detroit Medical Center, MSU Health said. He holds a master's degree in physical therapy and is certified as an athletic trainer and strength coach, having worked with Olympians in each of the three professions.
He specializes in ankle, knee, hip, elbow and shoulder arthroscopic surgeries, the system said.