About Dr. Daniel Batlan

Daniel Batlan, MD, MBA serves as the Medical Director and Founder of Specialized Pain Management, a medical practice located in Southern Nevada that is dedicated to offering outstanding interdisciplinary treatment to individuals that suffer from pain.

Specialized Pain Management treats a wide variety of conditions including but not limited to: low back and neck pain, spinal stenosis, sciatica, headache, shingles, fibromyalgia, cancer pain, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, work related injuries, automobile accident injuries and sports injuries.

Specialized Pain Management has six (6) convenient locations throughout the Las Vegas Valley: • Summerlin • Green Valley Henderson (near St. Rose Siena Hospital) • East (near Sunrise Hospital) • Northwest (near Mountain View Hospital) • Southwest (near Spring Valley Hospital) • Centennial (near Centennial Hills Hospital) At each location, Dr. Daniel Batlan’s staff uses wireless electronic medical records (EMR) transmission so that patients can use any location without a disruption of service. Dr. Daniel Batlan is affiliated with many hospitals in Las Vegas and Henderson NV, including: Sunrise Hospital, Mountain View Hospital, Centennial Hills Hospital, St. Rose Dominican Hospital(s), Summerlin Hospital, and University Medical Center.

At Specialized Pain Management, Dr. Daniel Batlan has organized patient care into two (2) functions. Effective treatment begins with an accurate diagnosis. Therefore, Dr. Batlan often arranges for patients to undergo a thorough diagnostic workup that may include: medical history & physical exam, medical imaging (such as MRI Scans, CT Scans, Xrays), neurodiagnostic testing, blood and urine laboratory testing, etc.

Moreover, since he believes in an interdisciplinary approach to pain management, Dr. Daniel Batlan often consults with professionals in other medical specialties in order to form an appropriate treatment program (such as Neurology, Orthopedics, Neurosurgery, Rheumatology, Psychiatry, and Internal Medicine). Once Dr. Daniel Batlan has an accurate diagnosis, he then explains to the patient the results of such testing, and then Dr. Batlan reviews the options for treatment. Treatments may include: spinal column stimulation, discography, epidurals, trigger point injections, facet injections, rhizotomy – radiofrequency, selective nerve root blocks, lumbar sympathetic blocks, and other procedures.

Appropriate medication management is also provided, as indicated. Yet Dr. Daniel Batlan recognizes that additional treatments above and beyond invasive procedures and medication management is needed for some patients. Accordingly, Specialized Pain Management offers or provides referrals for psychological support, physical therapy, swimming therapy, TENS unit, bracing, and acupuncture.

Dr. Daniel Batlan’s professional background is indeed impressive. He received an undergraduate Ivy League degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1981. Then, Dr. Daniel Batlan pursued his dream of a career in medicine, receiving an MD degree from the Loyola University Chicago School of Medicine in 1985. Dr. Daniel Batlan was gratified to be accepted for post-graduate training at two (2) internationally prestigious medical centers: The Johns Hopkins Hospital (Residency in Anesthesiology and Critical Care) and The Cleveland Clinic (Fellowship in Pain Management).

Dr. Daniel Batlan holds certification as an anesthesiologist and a pain management specialist from the American Board of Anesthesiology, the American Academy of Pain Management, and the National Board of Medical Examiners. In addition, Dr. Daniel Batlan earned an MBA from New York University’s Leonard N. Stern Graduate School of Business in 2000.

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