Co-founder of the
Arizona Pain and Spine Institute.
Dr. Daniel Ryklin, M.D.
Dr. Ryklin believes in a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of chronic pain and encourages his patients to play an active role in managing their condition and have a more functional and productive life.
He is one of the few fellowship trained pain physicians in the country with a background in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. A native of Belarus, Dr. Ryklin came to the United States at age 14 to realize his dream of becoming a doctor.
After completing his specialty training in Chicago and fellowship training in Berkeley, Dr. Ryklin decided to relocate to the Phoenix area to provide cutting edge, comprehensive pain management.
Dr. Ryklin’s areas of expertise include the management of acute and chronic spinal disorders, electrodiagnostic medicine, and musculoskeletal medicine.
Dr. Ryklin believes in a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of chronic pain and encourages his patients to play an active role in managing their condition. Because of his background in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Dr. Ryklin is skilled in recognizing biomechanical and functional weaknesses. He frequently utilizes the expertise of yoga instructors and physical therapists to help his patients achieve a more functional and productive life.
- Doctor of Medicine
Rosalind Franklin University/The Chicago Medical School
North Chicago, Illinois
July 1998 – June 2002Undergraduate:
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
June 1994 – June 1998
- Continuing Education Courses:
- “Basic and Advanced Techniques in Electrodiagnostic Medicine and Advances in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Neuromuscular Disorders” Columbia University, New York City, 2005.
- “Persistent and Breakthrough Pain Management: Individualizing Therapy, Optimizing Function”, presented by Johns Hopkins University, San Francisco, 2007.
- “Musculoskeletal Ultrasound for the Rheumatologist Course”, presented by Cooper University, Palm Springs, 2006.
- “Fundamentals of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound: Instruction and Hands-on Workshops”, presented by The University of Michigan, Captiva Island, 2006.
- “IDET Therapy and Electrothermal Disc Decompression”, presented by Smith&Nephew, Scottsdale, 2007.
- “Advanced Techniques in Spinal Cord Implantation”, presented by Advanced Bionics, Tucson, 2007.