A new specialty practice, Valley Health Interventional Spine, has opened
under the direction of Daniel L. Kline, MD, a specialist in physical medicine
and rehabilitation with advanced fellowship training in image-guided interventional
Dr. Kline’s story is a homecoming of sorts. A native of Edinburg,
Va., he received his medical degree from the University of Virginia and
completed a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation with SUNY
Downstate Medical Center in New York, NY. In 2013 Dr. Kline returned to
the Shenandoah Valley to practice with Valley Medical Rehabilitation at
Winchester Rehabilitation Center. In 2015 he left to pursue a fellowship
at the highly regarded Virginia iSpine Physicians Interventional Spine
Care program in Richmond. Dr. Kline has returned, fifteen months later,
to direct the new Interventional Spine Program at Valley Health.
“During my tenure at Winchester Rehabilitation Center we used a combination
of therapies to treat patients suffering from back pain, but I saw an
opportunity to add more value,” Dr. Kline said. “I researched
the evidence-based approach practiced at Virginia iSpine and pursued the
fellowship with the goal of bringing this focused expertise back to Valley
At Valley Health Interventional Spine, Dr. Kline specializes in using an
evidence-based approach to diagnosing and treating painful spine conditions
using image-guided, non-surgical procedures. “Our goal is to improve
patients’ level of function and quality of life through the accurate
diagnosis and optimal treatment of spinal conditions. Once we isolate
the specific cause of pain, we can determine the best target-specific
therapy,” he said. “It’s very rewarding to see problems
With increased focus on opiate addiction in the area, the ability to treat
pain without narcotics is especially desirable.
Dr. Kline will offer a free community presentation, “Interventional
Treatment for Painful Spine Conditions,” on Tuesday, December 13
from 6-7 p.m. at the Winchester Medical Center Conference Center. To RSVP
or for more information, call 540-536-5121.
Read more about interventional spine care.