The Medical Director at the Acute & Chronic Pain and Spine Center, Dr. Daneshfar, is a pain specialist certified by several boards in the United States.
Dr. Daneshfar did his undergraduate work at Southwest Missouri State University in Springfield, MO. He earned Degrees in Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics & Physics Sciences graduating with honors. His studies also included Electronics, Biophysics, Transistor Transistor Logics (TTL) as well as auto mechanics. He attended the University of Missouri School of Medicine in Columbia, Missouri graduating with honors as well. He continued his specialty residency training in anesthesiology at the University of Missouri Medical Center and the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Columbia, Missouri. Dr. Daneshfar entered the U.S. Air Force Medical Corps in 1986 until 1990. He served as a Pain Specialist at the pain clinic at Wilford Hall U.S. Air Force Medical Center at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. He directed multiple departments at Wilford Hall U.S. Air Force Medical Center. Dr. Daneshfar also started the first official pain management clinic at Northwest Texas Healthcare Systems in Amarillo, Texas in 1990. He was the Director of the department of anesthesia at Northwest Texas health-care systems until 1996. He has been the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer of the Texas Anesthesia Group PA, Texas Anesthesiology Group PA, Steam Boat Medical Developments, and the New Horizons Physician Practice Management Inc. in Amarillo, Texas. He has served as the Medical Director of the Acute and Chronic Pain Management Center since 1996. He is currently the medical director and CEO of the Acute & Chronic Pain and Spine Center located in Amarillo, Texas. Dr. Daneshfar is the founder of ACPSC and oversees both the clinic and day surgery center. Dr. Daneshfar has great passion for patients in pain and has made great contributions to their care. He nurtures and maintains an attitude of servant hood and that all patients are considered family so that no double standards of care exist.