Dr. Scott Kreiner is an Interventional Physiatrist in private practice in the Phoenix area. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering and Medical Doctorate degree at the University of Arizona. He completed his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and then returned to Arizona and joined Ahwatukee Sports & Spine where he became a Partner and the Fellowship Director, practicing for 17 years in this role. In 2018, Ahwatukee Sports & Spine merged with Barrow Brain and Spine and Dr. Kreiner became the Director of Interventional Spine & Sports Medicine for this practice. His practice is limited to musculoskeletal medicine with an emphasis on interventional spine. His practice is extensively involved at a national level with the Spine Intervention Society (formerly the International Spine Intervention Society or ISIS) and with the North American Spine Society (NASS). He has a strong interest in Evidence-based Medicine and has been on the NASS Evidence-based Guideline Development Committee since its inception, including holding the position of Co-Chairman since 2009. In 2008, NASS formed the Coverage Committee to develop recommended coverage policies for spine-related procedures, and Dr. Kreiner was selected to be a member of this new initiative. In 2014, he was named a Co-Chairman for this committee and continues to serve in this role. He is currently a Clinical Research Development Chair on the NASS board of Directors. He is also currently the Chairman of the AUC Committee for SIS, which has recently published an AUC on sacroiliac joint procedures.