Cyrus Dadachanji M.D. is a double board certified Anesthesiologist and interventional Pain management physician. He is a local of the San Diego area with degrees from the University of California San Diego in Psychology B.A. and Biology B.S. He completed both his medical training and his Anesthesiology residency in Philadelphia at Drexel/Hahnemann University Hospital, where he was awarded with Pain Resident of the Year in 2014. He trained at the Cleveland Clinic’s Pain Center and went on to complete an ACGME-accredited Pain Fellowship at the renowned Mount Sinai Hospitalin New York City.
Dr. Dadachanji has received numerous appraisals and letters of commendation from his patients for his ability to effectively listen while providing comprehensive care. With his empathetic demeanor and skill set in interventional pain techniques, Dr. Dadachanji desires to give his patients the best care available. Employing multimodal therapies he aims to improve his patients’ functionality and quality of life.
Dr. Dadachanji is actively involved in volunteering both locally and internationally. He has served on the board of directors of multiple non-profit organizations, including mission trips to under privileged countries.
Dr. Dadachanji enjoys spending time with his friends and family. His hobbies include traveling, surfing, hiking, and serving his community.