Dr. Freedman received his undergraduate degree from Wayne State University. He then earned his medical degree at Des Moines University. After completing his internship at Botsford Hospital he went on to pursue his residency and began a practice in Cleveland, where he resided for 20 years. After 9 years in the Orlando area, he is happy to return home to family and friends in metropolitan Detroit. Dr. Freedman treats both adults and children and was one of the first ENT doctors to adopt Balloon Sinus Dilatation, a minimally invasive, highly effective procedure for treating chronic sinusitis, into his practice. He is board certified and a member of multiple medical societies including the American Academy of Otolaryngology. He enjoys University of Michigan football, Red Wings hockey, golf, exercise and travel.