Board Certified Sports Medicine (US), Board Certified Internal Medicine (US)
Fouad Sayde is a Canadian born-and-raised and US trained Physician of Sports and Exercise Medicine. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Western Ontario before obtaining his medical degree oversees at the University of Balamand in Beirut, Lebanon. He then moved to Philadelphia where he completed his 3-year residency in Internal Medicine at Lankenau Medical Center. Fouad then moved to Detroit, Michigan to pursue a Fellowship in Sports Medicine at Henry Ford Health Sytstem, one of the oldest and top Sports Medicine programs in North America.
Fouad was a member of the medical staff of sports physicians responsible for taking care of professional sports teams and elite athletes. As a fellow, Fouad was a team physician for the Detroit Tigers (MLB), Detroit Lions (NFL) and the University of Detroit Mercy varsity athletes (NCAA Division I). In addition, Fouad provided medical coverage for local sporting events including the 2017 Detroit Marathon, the 2018 NCAA March Madness Basketball Tournament, the 2018 Michigan Special Olympics, and local high school football teams.
Fouad’s Sports Medicine training concentrated on musculoskeletal ultrasound techniques, allowing him to become skilled in ultrasound-guided injections of various joints including the shoulder, elbow, wrist/hand, hip, knee, and foot/ankle. He has performed over 200 ultrasound-guided injections including procedures utilizing platelet-rich plasma, hyaluronic acid, tenotomy/barbotage, and stem cell injections.