Dr. Asim Khan, M.D.
Co-founder of the Arizona Pain and Spine Institute.
Dr. Khan is a professional with multidisciplinary approach successful in improving his patients’ quality of life.
Dr. Khan is a co-founder of the Arizona Pain and Spine Institute. He is a native of Arizona and has returned to his hometown of Phoenix to practice medicine. After attending Tolleson Union High School, he went on to study biology at Arizona State University. He then went on to complete his medical degree at Ross University School of Medicine. Dr. Khan completed his training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Chicago. He then went on to complete an interventional pain medicine fellowship at Case Western Reserve University in Ohio and is ABMS Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Pain Medicine.
In addition to his experience in sports medicine, Dr. Khan has had the opportunity to train in pain management at numerous prestigious academic centers. During his training in physical and pain medicine, Dr. Khan found a multidisciplinary approach successful in improving his patient’s quality of life.
- Ross University School of Medicine
Professional Organizational Affiliations
- American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians
- International Spine Intervention Society
- American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- American Pain Society
- American College of Sports Medicine
- Midwest Pain Society
- Chicago Sports Medicine Society
- Desert Physician Association
- The University of Chicago/Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital
- Case Western Reserve University, Pain Management
Hospital Staff Positions
- Banner Gateway Medical Center
- Chandler Regional Hospital
- Mercy Gilbert Medical Center
- Mountain Vista Medical Center
- Tempe St. Luke’s Medical Center
ABMS Board Certificacions
- Pain Management
- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Khan, A., Bilateral Sacroiliitis with Pelvic Fracture in a Young Male Athlete, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 2006 May; 38(5 Suppl):S144.
Khan, A., Sural Neuropathy Presenting As Lumbar Radiculopathy. American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. March 2006. Volume 85, Number 3: pg. 283.
Khan, A., Bilateral Sacroiliitis with Pelvic Fracture In A Young Male Athlete, American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. March 2006. Volume 85, Number 3: pg. 283.
- Safety Of Spinal Cord Stimulation Implant In A Hemodialysis Patient. Presentation at the Midwest Anesthesia Residents Conference 2007 Annual Meeting. St. Louis, Missouri.
- Peroneal Neuropathy Secondary To Regional Anesthesia. Presentation at the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2006 Annual Meeting. Honolulu, HI.
- A Case of Sacroiliitis with an Underlying Pelvic Fracture. Oral Presentation at the American College of Sports Medicine for the 2006 Annual Meeting. Denver, CO.
- Sural Neuropathy Presenting as Lumbar Radiculopathy. Presentation at the Midwest Pain Society 2005 Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL.
- A Case of Dengue Fever. Poster Presentation at the American Society of Internal Medicine at the University of Chicago 10/2002. Chicago, IL.
- Healthy Communities Outreach Program. Arizona Department of Health Services 12/1997. Phoenix, AZ.
- Scholarship Recipient: 24th Annual American Pain Society Meeting.. 3/2005. Boston, MA
- Scholarship Recipient: Advanced Botulinum Toxin Treatment of Neurological Disorders. 5/2006. Augusta, GA