Shad Siddiqi, DO
Physicians
Shad Siddiqi, DO

Shad Siddiqi, DO

Specialty

Interventional Spine & Pain Management

Board Eligible

Medical School

Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Residency

University of Michigan

Fellowship

Henry Ford Hospital – Detroit

Location(s)

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Novi Clinic

26750 Providence Parkway, Suite 200
Novi, MI, 48374

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Southfield Clinic

22250 Providence Drive, Suite 401
Southfield, MI, 48075

Biography

Shad Siddiqi, DO is a fellowship-trained physician specializing in interventional spine and pain management, chronic pain, and anesthesiology.

Dr. Siddiqi received his fellowship-training from Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. He completed his residency in anesthesiology at the University of Michigan and earned his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. While obtaining his degree, Dr. Siddiqi assisted in a research project on the ability of ultrasound to detect bicipitoradial bursitis of the elbow compared to CT scans. In his fellowship, he worked with the Departments of Anesthesiology and Neurosurgery to compile data on all patients in the health system who had spinal cord stimulator placement with Nevro device, with plans to compare patient outcomes within Henry Ford Hospitals with the previously published SENZA trial. Dr. Siddiqi obtained his bachelor’s degree at Michigan State University, graduating magna cum laude.

Dr. Siddiqi is an active researcher and has given multiple presentations regionally. He is a member of several professional organizations including the American Society of Regional Anesthesia, American Society of Anesthesiologists, American Osteopathic Association, and the Islamic Medical Association of North America.

Research & Experience

Presentations

Siddiqi, S; Byrne, M. Complications After Neuraxial Anesthesia Among High-risk Obstetric Patients. 21st Annual Practical Updates in Anesthesiology Conference (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico). February 2018.

Siddiqi, S; Hassett, A. Characteristics of Chronic Pain Patients Who Take Opioids and Persistently Report High Pain Intensity. Journal Club Presentation. August 2014.

Siddiqi, S; Ragheb, J. Malignant Hyperthermia and Dantrolene. Resident Conference. August 2015.

Siddiqi, S; Lakshmanan, R. Anesthetic Considerations in Carcinoid Syndromes. Resident Conference. December 2015

Research

Henry Ford Hospital

Dr. Siddiqi worked with the Departments of Anesthesiology and Neurosurgery to compile data on all patients in the health system who had spinal cord stimulator placement with Nevro device, with plans to compare patient outcomes within Henry Ford Hospitals with the previously published SENZA trial.

University of Michigan Hospital

Research project on the ability of ultrasound to detect bicipitoradial bursitis of the elbow compared to CT scans. Compiled patient data, reviewed current literature, analyzed results, and wrote drafts for a paper to be published in the future.

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