Michael Ginsberg, MD
As a pediatrician, I treat every child the same way I would want my own children to be treated —with kindness and respect. I know that young children can be fearful of doctors. I want to give them a positive first experience so they can go through life without anxiety about caring for their health.
I practice with a group of physicians and we always try to make sure that we're on time with each appointment. Nobody likes waiting around in a doctor's office. I see patients from newborns to age 18.
I believe in educating the entire family about a child's health care and empowering the child to understand his or her own health care, on an age appropriate basis. I have special interest in adolescents, asthma (both acute and chronic) and the management of ADHD and developmental/behavioral disorders. I'm also fluent in Spanish.
When I listen to a patient, I try to put myself in their shoes. Being a doctor gives me great emotional and intellectual satisfaction. I enjoy helping people be healthy. There's no job in the world I would want other than this.
Medical Degree, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, MI
Board Certified in Pediatrics