Dr. Hanjan specializes in non-surgical management of spine, sports and orthopedic conditions. He is Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) and Pain Medicine with subspecialty training in Sports Medicine. As part of the non-surgical management of spine and orthopedic disorders, Dr. Hanjan performs hundreds of spine, joint and soft tissue injections yearly. He additionally performs EMG/Nerve Conduction studies.
Dr. Hanjan is a graduate of the Stanford University Medical Center Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation program and completed two additional years of subspecialty fellowship training. He completed his first fellowship in Orthopedic, Sports and Spine Medicine at Portner Orthopedic Rehabilitation in Honolulu, Hawaii. He followed that up with fellowship training at the Pain Medicine Program at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit Michigan.
Dr. Hanjan has volunteered at the U.S. Open Track & Field Championships, NCAA regional track and field semifinals, and Stanford track and cross country events where he had the unique opportunity to analyze function and assess injury in high-level athletes. He currently serves as team physician for Aliso Niguel High School.
His practice interests include sports medicine, general orthopedics, and interventional spine medicine. He has a great appreciation for the contributions of biomechanics and dynamic stabilization in the recovery from painful musculoskeletal ailments and injuries. His primary goal is to maximize the function of all patients with comprehensive non-operative treatment approach that entails education, rehabilitation, interventional therapies, and medications.
New York Medical College
St. Mary Medical Center
Stanford University Medical Center Lahey Clinic
Henry Ford Hospital 2008
Portner Orthopedic Rehabilitation 2007
American Academy of Family Physicians
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Pain Medicine
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Sports Medicine