Dr. Fadi Delly

Dr. Fadi Delly has lived and spent his entire professional life in the State of Michigan. He is a graduate of Wayne State University School of Medicine and Trained at the Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center in Neurology under the world renown tutelage of Robert Lisak and Omar Khan. In his last year of training, he was selected to serve as Chief Resident in neurology for the Detroit Medical Center and Wayne State University.

After his neurology training, Dr. Delly completed fellowship training in Neurophysiology, this has given him added expertise in the management of epilepsy and neuromuscular disorders with added focus in the interpretation of electroencephalography (EEG) and electromyography (EMG). Furthermore, Dr. Delly later embarked on further training in chronic and acute pain management.

Education: Wayne state University

Doctor of Medicine Degree
Masters of Science Degree with Major in Biology and Genetics
Bachelors of Science with Major in Biological Sciences

Training: Detroit Medical Center

General Surgery, Preliminary Year
Transitional Medicine
General Neurology
Neurophysiology with focus on EEG and EMG
Acute and Chronic Interventional Pain Management

Hospital Privileges

Henry Ford- Wyandotte
Detroit Medical Center affiliated hospitals
Spectrum Health System
Beaumont Hospital