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Find out about The Arizona Pain Stem Cell Institute


Our Double Board Certified doctors are experts in different types of stem cell therapy. Read more about our doctors below.


Dr Paul Lynch

Dr. Paul Lynch

Dr. Paul Lynch, M.D., Double-Board Certified and Fellowship Trained Interventional Pain Physician, has dedicated his life to the eradication of pain. He is passionate about treating the most complex pain cases in a comprehensive, integrative and holistic approach, offering alternative medicine therapies and the most innovative, minimally invasive procedures. Dr. Lynch is the co-Founder of Arizona Pain Specialists, Paindoctor.com, Holistic Pain and Boost Medical.

He is currently launching the Arizona Pain Stem Cell Institute, to conduct the latest research in regenerative medicine for pain patients. Dr. Lynch is known by his peers as not only an expert in Pain Medicine, but as an expert in the business side of medicine, as his company Boost Medical offers Practice Management for various Medical Practices nationally and he teaches nationally on how to run an efficient medical practice. He is currently on the Board of Directors for the American Society of Pain Physicians’ Arizona Chapter, and a member of the International Spinal Injection Society and the American Society of Anesthesiologists. Dr. Lynch studied at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York city, New York University, Texas Tech University, and was an Assistant Professor at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. Dr. Lynch currently works in Scottsdale and Glendale Arizona at Arizona’s premier pain management clinic, Arizona Pain Specialists.

Dr Tory McJunkin

Dr. Tory McJunkin

Dr. 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. Dr. McJunkin is a two-time winner of the Patient’s Choice Award and has been selected as a Top Doctor in Scottsdale. Aside from the acclaim, he is a compassionate physician who works daily to help his patients regain their lives and get back to doing the activities they love.

Dr. McJunkin completed his pain management fellowship at the prestigious Texas Tech University, one of the highest rated pain programs in the country. Once his fellowship was completed, Dr. McJunkin co-founded Arizona Pain Specialists with the hope of bringing expert comprehensive safe and effective pain care to as many people as possible.

Research Director

Research Director Ted Swing

Dr. Ted Swing

Dr. Ted Swing has served as the research director for Arizona Pain Specialists since 2012. Prior to making the move to Arizona, he earned his master’s degree in psychology at Iowa State University, followed by his doctorate in social psychology (also from ISU). Swing’s studies toward his Bachelor of Arts in psychology were completed at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minn., where he was a Webster’s Scholar and Psi Chi Honors Society member, and graduated summa cum laude in 2005.

Swing has a wealth of experience in performing detailed research and communicating findings, having instructed numerous university-level courses on psychology, social psychology, applied psychology and social cognition. With much of his graduate work centered on the effects of television and video games on today’s society, Swing is an expert on the psychological ramifications of violence in video games and other media.

He has co-authored a multitude of peer-reviewed journal articles, web articles, book chapters, conference posters and presentations on the subject and related topics, including: the link between video game playing and attention problems; the effects of violent video games on aggression, empathy and prosocial behavior; media violence effects on learning; and others. In 2010 the International Society for Research on Aggression awarded him with the Lagerspetz Award for Outstanding Conference Poster.

Additionally, Swing has contributed to coverage by such prominent news outlets as CNN, USA Today, MSN and Healthcare Today, as well as served as a reviewer for journals dedicated to the disciplines of aggressive behavior, pediatrics and adolescent medicine, developmental science, applied social psychology, autism and developmental disorders, children and media, and others.

His professional affiliations past and present include the Association for Psychological Science, International Society for Research on Aggression, and the American Psychological Association.