Faraz Khan Luni, MD completed a dual bachelor’s degree (bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery) at Dow Medical College and finished a certification course in biostatistics and epidemiology at the University of Toledo. He finished an internal medicine residency as chief resident at the University of Toledo Medical Center, fellowship in cardiovascular disease at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center where he was also the chief fellow and finished his fellowship in cardiac electrophysiology at the University of Texas. He is especially interested in the treatment and management of atrial fibrillation, and is trained in other complex ablations of conditions including supraventricular tachycardias, typical and atypical flutters, and ventricular tachycardias. Dr. Luni also implants cardiac devices like pacemakers, defibrillators, cardiac resynchronization therapy, subcutaneous ICDs, leadless pacemakers, and Watchman devices. He is board certified by the American Board of Cardiovascular Disease, American Board of Internal Medicine, American Board of Nuclear Cardiology and board eligible in cardiac echocardiography. He speaks English, Urdu, and Hindi.
Dr. Luni believes that being a physician is the ultimate way to help and care for others, especially those in their most vulnerable state. He chose to specialize in cardiac electrophysiology because it requires a great deal of thinking and understanding of the physics, physiology, and pathology of the heart and its rhythm. Additionally, it is a specialty that is very hands-on; a combination not only intellectually challenging but also highly satisfying and rewarding.
When he is not with patients, Dr. Luni is a passionate hiker and has visited over 30 national parks across the United States with his family. He is also an amateur photographer and loves taking pictures of the landscape and wildlife during his outdoor adventures.
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