As the Medical Director of Enhance Center for Interventional Spine & Sports Medicine, Ayman Tarabishy, MD, continues his dedication to his patients in Livonia, Michigan. Dr. Tarabishy earned his medical degree from the Jordan University of Science and Technology. He completed his residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at Wayne State University and anesthesia based ACGME accredited pain fellowship with Henry Ford Health System. He has board certifications in physical medicine and rehabilitation as well as interventional pain management.
Dr. Tarabishy extensively trained in minimally invasive spine and sports interventions neurological diseases, brain, and spinal cord injuries, and sports medicine. He focuses on minimally invasive spine and sports interventions, neuromodulation, headaches, electrodiagnostic medicine, and regenerative medicine. His practice, Enhance Center, provides interventional pain management, neuromodulation, minimally invasive spine and sports interventions, spasticity management, musculoskeletal ultrasound, and intractable pain treatment plans.
With more than a decade of experience treating patients with non-surgical orthopedics, Dr. Tarabishy embraces rehabilitation and management of health conditions such as failed back surgery, cancer pain, and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.
Dr. Tarabishy has specialized training in minimally invasive spine, tendon, and nerve surgeries, a training that only a handful of interventional pain and sports physicians have received. With his unique training, Dr. Tarabishy provides patients with endoscopic discectomy and rhizotomy, Minimally Invasive Lumbar Decompression (MILD), Intracept and percutaneous tenotomy such as Tenjet and Tenex. He also conducts trials for spinal cord stimulators, dorsal root ganglion stimulators, peripheral nerve stimulators, and pain pumps.
Before becoming Medical Director of Enhance Center, Dr. Tarabishy held positions at interventional pain and inpatient rehabilitation clinics, as well as consulted for traumatic brain injury and headaches. He directed EMG labs and arthrogram injections for MR arthrograms at diagnostic facilities, served at an academic complex regional pain syndrome center of excellence, and practiced at Wayne State University Athletic Injuries Clinic. In addition, he consulted on minimally invasive surgery for a major regional neurosurgery, pain management, and orthopedic practice.
Dr. Tarabishy received America’s Top Physicians Award in 2017 and 2018 and is ranked in the top 1% with interventional/procedural skills.