KINGMAN - Dr. Daniel Sullivan, M.D., J.D., has recently accepted an appointment by the North American Spine Society Board of Directors to their Evidence-based Guideline Development Committee.
The committee is responsible for guideline activities including development and revision of NASS guidelines and review of others' guidelines concerning spinal care.
Sullivan is a member of the FDA's medical devices advisory committee, and he has also accepted a three-year appointment as a member of the NASS Professional, Economic and Regulatory Committee.
Fellowship trained in spinal surgery, Sullivan, has extensive training and experience in the diagnosis and treatment of adult conditions of the spine; cervical, thoracic and lumbar.
He served as the chief resident at the Hospital for Joint Diseases in Manhattan, the largest orthopedic specialty training center in North America. He also served as an orthopedic surgeon while on active duty with the U.S. Navy.
Upon resigning his commission at the conclusion of the Gulf War, Sullivan did a year-long clinical fellowship in spinal surgery at the State University of New York/Buffalo General Hospital under the direction of Edward H. Simmons, M.D., one of the founding fathers of modern spine surgery. Post fellowship he practiced spinal surgery in the Northwest Ohio/Greater Toledo Ohio area, prior to relocating to Kingman in 2008.
While living in Ohio, Sullivan also attended the University of Toledo School of Law, where he graduated with honors and was named as a "grade on" selection to Law Review. He was admitted to the Ohio Bar in 2002.
Sullivan sees patients at his office in the Medical Professional Center of Kingman, located at 1739 Beverly Ave., Suite 107.
For appointments or for more information, call (928) 681-8565.