Dr. Daren Subnaik is an interventional pain medicine specialist with extensive training in all aspects of the field. After graduating magna cum laude from Jacksonville University, he attended medical school at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He then completed his internship at Michigan State University prior to heading to the University of Louisville where he served as chief resident in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. After residency, Dr. Subnaik completed an interventional pain medicine fellowship in the department of anesthesiology at the University of Michigan.
Dr. Subnaik has extensive training in advanced fluoroscopic and ultrasound guided pain procedures such as spinal cord stimulation, sympathetic nerve blocks, facet and sacroiliac rhizotomy, genicular nerve ablations and epidural steroid injections. He also has special interest in interventional headache management utilizing procedures such as sphenopalatine ganglion blocks, occipital/auriculotemporal/supraorbital nerve blocks and third occipital nerve rhizotomy. Other areas of interest include spasticity and chronic pain management with botulinum toxin and intrathecal programmable drug delivery systems in addition to musculoskeletal and sports medicine with various modalities and interventions such as peripheral nerve and joint injections. Dr. Subnaik is also proficient in Electromyography and Nerve Conduction Studies.
Dr. Subnaik aims to provide compassionate care and optimize functional well being with a multidisciplinary approach to pain management. He prefers to incorporate all of the patient's healthcare providers in their management in addition to utilizing other areas of expertise such as pain psychology and physical therapy. When he's not practicing, Dr. Subnaik enjoys working out and spending time with his family. He is also an avid sports fan having previously played for the U.S. Virgin Islands Men's National Soccer team beginning at age 15.