Dr. Daniel Schwarz
Ann Arbor, MI
We specialize in complex pain patients. These include chronic pain that has been treated only with increased opiates, and often the patient suffers more pain due to hyperalgesia and a untreated condition. We diagnose the cause rather than continue to add pain pills, which has been proven to often make the pain and patient's life more difficult. We use functional tools to assess pain, optimize the other pain modalities including medical and holistic therapies, and help the patient gain back a comfortable, happy life. We treat the mind, body and the spirit. We treat complex pain, opioid dependence and classic addiction. We don't judge, but work WITH the patient to find the best solution. We treat anxiety, depression, ADHD and similar illnesses. Dr Schwarz does his own testing for ADHD, and is known for his expertise in ADHD/SUD. He refers to his psychology colleagues for bipolar II, OCD and more difficult psychiatric cases.
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Doctors may have more than one area of specialty interest. Board certification in a specialty area means the doctor has completed formal training and has practice experience in that specialty, and has passed the certification examination from the corresponding accredited medical specialty board.
United States: Michigan, Ohio
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Education & Training
University of Illinois College of Medicine, IL
The University of Toledo
2005 Bernd Spiessl Research Award
American Society of Addiction Medicine
American Academy of Pain Medicine
American Pain Society