Jason Kung, MD, is a board-eligible anesthesiologist and interventional pain physician at Spine & Nerve Diagnostic Center.
He graduated from the University of San Francisco in California with a bachelor's degree in biology. He then went to Boston University School of Medicine in Massachusetts for his medical degree.
Dr. Kung completed his residency in Anesthesiology and fellowship in Interventional Pain at Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital in 2020.
Dr. Kung specializes in several interventional procedures, including spinal cord stimulation, epidural injections, radiofrequency ablations, implantable devices, and ultrasound-guided nerve/joint injections.
He is certified as an instructor in medical simulation. Dr. Kung has completed research and published in the areas of bone healing and the effects of natural sources of vitamin D.
During his free time, he enjoys playing guitar, surfing/snowboarding, and exploring California with his wife and dog. Dr. Kung strives to provide compassionate evidence-based care to all his patients.