Dr. Kevin Ladin is Board Certified in both Pain Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

A graduate of The Pennsylvania State University, Dr. Ladin earned his medical degree from Medical College of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He completed an internship in Internal Medicine at Albert Einstein Medical Center and his Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency at the Cornell University Cooperating Hospital Program.

Dr. Ladin has multiple academic appointments and is an Assistant Clinical Professor at both the University of Arizona School of Medicine and Midwestern University School of Osteopathic Medicine. He teaches medical students and residents and has been recognized numerous times in Phoenix Magazine as a “Top Doc” by his peers.

“There is nothing like this field of medicine when it comes to making an impact on someone’s life,” said Dr Ladin. “Patients will tell me that chronic pain has made them lose their ability to enjoy life. There is tremendous satisfaction in helping to return the joy of living to people!”

Dr. Kevin Ladin Pain Medicine and Physical Rehabilitation