Dr. Mohamed Osman
Dr. Mohamed Osman holds American board certification in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine. He attended and graduated with highest honors from Alexandria University in Egypt.
He obtained his bachelor’s degree in medicine and Surgery from Alexandria University School of Medicine in 1994. In the year 2000 he completed his surgery residency and in 2002 he completed his second residency in Anesthesia, both at Nassau University Medical Center. After completing his residencies, he was recognized for his achievement and became the Chief resident of Anesthesia for Nassau University. Dr. Osman completed his fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan for pain management.
From 2008-2015 Dr. Osman was a medical Director of Sinai Grace Berry Pain Center in Farmington Hills Michigan. He has been an Assistant director for Wayne State University since 2005 and continues to educate the medical students there today. Dr. Osman is dedicated to complete care for his patients.
He specializes in providing his patients a treatment plan that allots for pain relief and ability to obtain functional capability.