- American Board of Family Medicine - Family Medicine
- American Board of Family Medicine - Sports Medicine
- University of Toledo College of Medicine, OH, 2002
Residencies & Internships
- University of Michigan, Family Practice, MI, 2005
- Wake Forest University, Sports Medicine, NC, 2006
Dr. Shehab serves as deputy chief of sports medicine and as the associate program director for the primary care sports medicine fellowship. He is also the lead medical physician for the Detroit Pistons and Oakland University.
As a former collegiate athlete and current CrossFit enthusiast, Dr. Shehab understands the importance of optimizing fitness and minimizing injury. His training in sports medicine has allowed him to better understand overuse patterns and acute injuries in athletics, so that he can return his patients to their activities quickly and safely, with a better understanding of their pain.
"I believe physical activity is essential to long term health and overall wellness. My goal is to help my patients continue to be active and do what they love."
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