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.Dr. McJunkin is educated and experienced in all aspects of pain management, but has specialized expertise in advanced interventional pain medicine including: Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS), Peripheral Nerve Stimulation (PNS), Peripheral Nerve field Stimulation (PNfS), and fracture repair through vertebroplasty/verterbral augmentation. Dr. McJunkin teaches other physicians how to perform spinal cord stimulation and help patients with difficult and advanced debilitating pain conditions.With his knowledge and the use of advanced medicine, he has been able to help many patients who had little hope of a functional life. Dr. McJunkin teaches at conferences, leads several research studies, and is regularly published in medical journals to the benefit of other physicians who may not be aware of how advanced treatments and techniques can help their patients.Dr. McJunkin believes that well-educated patients have the best chance for pain-free lifestyles, and consistently works to bring patients the education they need through programs at Arizona Pain Specialists. Dr. McJunkin is the editor of the Arizona Pain Monthly magazine that circulates to thousands. He also is an active member of the Board of Directors for PainDoctor.com, a national website educating patients and clinicians about pain conditions and interventional pain treatment options.