Dr. Paul Lynch, Dr. Tory McJunkin, and Arizona Pain are very pleased to offer a non-ACGME accredited Interventional Pain Fellowship, located in sunny Scottsdale, AZ.

About the Fellowship Program

Fellows will receive didactic and hands-on training on a wide variety of interventional techniques.  Procedures include cervical, thoracic, lumbar, and sacral interventional techniques, including epidural injections, medial branch blocks, radiofrequency ablation, adhesiolysis (Racz procedure), discography,  percutaneous discectomy, IDET, sacroiliac joint injections, sympathetic injections/neurolysis, vertebroplasty, kyphoplasty, and spinal cord stimulation.  Fellows will also be trained on a multitude of peripheral nerve blocks and ablative techniques, peripheral joint injections, interventional techniques for abdominal, pelvic, thoracic, facial and headache pain, platelet rich plasma, stem cell, and other regenerative medicine techniques.  The procedure clinic at Arizona Pain is very streamlined and busy, with daily procedure schedules that far exceed those at most fellowship programs.  With this multitude of procedures, each fellow will graduate with an extremely high procedural skill level and efficiency to enable him/her to comfortably transition into a busy practice post-fellowship.

Education will also include topics such as typical and atypical pain syndromes, medication management, including the risks and benefits of opioid and adjuvant medications, coexistent psychological and psychiatric conditions, and complementary treatment techniques including physical therapy, chiropractic therapy, behavioral therapy, group therapy, and acupuncture. And, because of the close affiliation with Boost Medical (a national pain clinic management company), the fellows will receive extensive training in practice management, including marketing, billing and coding, and clinic efficiency/throughput. Because of Boost Medical’s practice management relationship with interventional pain practices in over a dozen states, each fellow’s post-fellowship employment search will be greatly facilitated. Fellows will also have the opportunity to participate in research and scientific writing.

Fellows will undergo periodic assessment in preparation for the American Board of Interventional Pain Practice (ABIPP) and/or the American Board of Pain Medicine (ABPM) exams.

Current Physicians in our Fellowship Program

Justin M. Raye DO

  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency, PGY3
    • University of Minnesota – Minneapolis, MN – 2013-Present
  • Chief Resident: January 2015 – Present
  • Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center – Chicago, IL – 2012-2013
  • Lincoln Memorial University – 2008-2012
    • DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine – Harrogate, TN – D.O., Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
  • University of Florida – 2004-2008
    • Gainesville, FL – B.S., Applied Physiology and Kinesiology, Specialization- Exercise Physiology
  • National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners: COMLEX Step I, II and III
  • BLS/ACLS Certified

Nathan Timothy Kenyon, MD

  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency
    • University of Missouri – Columbia, MO – 2013 – Present
  • Transitional Year Internship
    • Broadlawns Medical Center – Des Moines, IA – 2012 – 2013
  • Doctor of Medicine
    • University of Illinois – Rockford, IL – 2008 – 2012
  • Bachelor of Science, Psychology
    • Northern Illinois University – DeKalb, IL – 2004 – 2008
  • Basic Life Support
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support
  • USMLE Steps 1, 2, 2 CS, and 3
To inquire about the fellowship program please send an email to andreao@arizonapain.com.