Dr. Delly has spent the great majority of his life in Michigan and is proud to provide excellent neurology services for his home state.
He is a graduate of Farmington Hills Harrison High School, where he graduated with honors.
He later attended Wayne State University and completed a Bachelors of Science degree with biology major, graduating with honors.
Dr. Delly later attended graduate school at Wayne State University and continued his education at Wayne State University, where he earned his MD degree.
After his medical education he completed an internship in General Surgery from July 2009 to June 2010 at the Detroit Medical Center, followed by an internship in Transitional Medicine at Sinai Grace Hospital.
Dr. Delly completed his Neurology Residency Training and Pain Management Fellowship at Wayne State University and Detroit Medical Center under the renowned tutelage of Dr. Omar Khan and Dr. Robert Lisak. In his final year of training, Dr. Delly was selected by his colleagues and professors to serve as the Chief Resident in Neurology for Wayne State University and Detroit Medical Center.
Dr. Delly is a board certified neurologist and board certified in interventional pain management, allowing a unique perspective in the treatment of chronic pain. He is a member of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) with special interest in neurophysiology and neurologic pain syndromes. He has added experience in neuromuscular and peripheral nerve disease with extensive training in nerve conduction studies (NCS) and electromyography (EMG).
In addition, Dr. Delly has a strong background in epilepsy and interpretation of electroencephalography (EEG).
Dr. Delly has strong interest in management of different subtypes of headaches, migraines, neuro-trauma, neck and back pain.
He also has a background in treating Multiple Sclerosis, movement disorders (Parkinson’s disease, essential tremor and dystonia) and stroke.
Dr. Delly has been part of multiple research projects during his training with many active ongoing projects at Wayne State University.
He has a research background in brain tumors, spine disease and multiple subtypes of neurologic pain syndromes.