Pain Management Doctors
Scottsdale Pain Doctors
Arizona Pain Specialists Co-Founder Tory McJunkin is a double-board certified interventional pain medicine physician. Dr. McJunkin was trained by the top experts in the field of pain medicine and teaches and lectures nationally to other pain physicians.
Arizona Pain Specialists Co-Founder Paul Lynch is an Anesthesiologist and Interventional Pain Physician who has dedicated his life to the eradication of pain. He currently works in Scottsdale treating complex pain patients with a Holistic approach.
Dr. Glen Halvorson joined the staff of Arizona Pain Specialists in June 2011. He is well-respected among pain specialists nationally for his work with nerve conduction studies. One of his research interests and recent publications has been neurodiagnostic testing of diabetic patients with neuropathy.
Glendale Pain Doctors
Dr. Hogan is an Anesthesiologist and Interventional Pain Physician who is dedicated to the eradication of pain. He treats complex pain patients with a holistic approach, and he specializes in difficult cases where other pain doctors may have not achieved complete success.
Chandler Pain Doctors
Dr. Pico is fellowship trained in both Interventional Pain Management and Anesthesiology. While the excitement of the operating room was difficult to leave, he found he wanted more personal interaction with his patients. This, paired with his desire to treat pain led him to the field of pain management, which not only provides the opportunity to connect with his patients during their time of greatest difficulty, but also alleviate their suffering.
Phoenix Pain Doctors
Dr. Jack K. Anderson completed his undergraduate training at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering, graduating Cum Laude. He continued his schooling at Oklahoma University College of Medicine, earning a Doctor of Medicine Degree in 2002.
What is a Pain Doctor?
At Arizona Pain Specialists, we adhere to the highest quality standard of patient care. Our physicians are double-board certified, teach at a national level, have been mentored by world-class pain physicians, are trained in the country’s leading interventional pain fellowships and are consistently published. Why is this so important? Each physician is board certified through the American Board of Anesthesiology in addition to being board certified Pain Management Specialists.
Dr. Tory McJunkin Talks About Pain Management
A medical board is a governing organization that doctors may be certified through by proving and demonstrating competency in that specific medical field. Through written and oral examination, physicians seeking board-certification must demonstrate their ample knowledge, judgment and clinical skills among other attributes, while also showing that they can serve as an expert in matters related to their medical field. By being double-board certified, our physicians are proving to you, our patients, that they are knowledgeable, experienced and proficient in their field. In addition to further honing their skills by teaching at prestigious locations as the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, our physicians have been mentored by and trained with other world-class pain physicians.
In working with other leading physicians in their field, the doctors at Arizona Pain Specialists have expanded their medical knowledge and expertise. Research is vital to continually being on the cutting-edge of medicine. The physicians at Arizona Pain Specialists not only research for their own benefit, but share their knowledge by being published in major medical journals. These journals are read by other physicians and specialists and often aid medical advancement. Arizona Pain Specialists recommends that you seek out physicians who are board certified and are consistently at the forefront of their field.