Mohamed H. Sadiq, MD
Tanner Clinic is pleased to have on its staff a board-certified neurologist who is fellowship-trained in clinical neurophysiology, a specialty of analyzing nerve and muscle disorders using bioelectric tests.
Based at Tanner Clinic Layton, Dr. Sadiq’s practice covers all aspects of nerve and brain disorders, such as multiple sclerosis and headaches.
He also received specialized training in conducting electromyographic (EMG) testing and nerve conduction studies (NCS) to diagnose nerve and muscle disorders. More importantly, he is skilled and experienced at reading and interpreting the results.
Dr. Sadiq earned his M.D. at JSS Medical College in Mysore, India. Transferring to the U.S., he attended the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York City, for an internship in internal medicine, followed by a residency in neurology at North Shore University, Manhasset, N.Y.
He completed fellowship training in clinical neurophysiology at the University of Texas Medical School in Houston.
Prior to joining Tanner Clinic in 2009, Dr. Sadiq practiced neurology at the Center of Neurological Services, Ogden, Utah, and Lakeview Neurology, Bountiful, Utah.
Dr. Sadiq is married and the father of two girls. He likes to golf and, sometimes, fish. But his greatest interest is growing super-sized vegetables. His long gourd, which grew to a length of more than 16 feet, set a Utah state record in 2014. His pumpkins, weighing in at 1,300 pounds or more, have also won awards.