Dr. Kayvan Haddadan is a pain management professional in Roseville, California, currently serving as the President and Medical Director of Advanced Pain Diagnostic & Solutions, Inc., which he founded in 2013.

Dr. Kayvan Haddadan earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Alborz in Tehran, Iran in 1991. From there, he attended Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences – also in Tehran – where, in 1995, he earned his Medical Doctor Degree. Dr. Haddadan completed his Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) Certificate in 1999 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, before moving into his medical internship at the Loyola University Medical Center. Through Loyola University’s Stritch School of Medicine, Dr. Kayvan Haddadan completed his internship in Medical Surgery in 2001 and his Residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 2004. After completing his residency, Dr. Haddadan completed his Fellowship in Pain Medicine from the California Pacific Medical Center’s Pacific Pain Treatment Clinic – located in San Francisco – in 2006. He then received accreditation for Medical Acupuncture for Physicians from the University of California, Los Angeles’ David Geffen School of Medicine in 2010. 

Throughout his education and his career, Dr. Kayvan Haddadan has been published in many areas of research, including Endocrinology (Diabetes), Cardiology (Hyperlipidemia), Cardiovascular/Endocrine (Hyperuricemia), Endocrinology (Hyperuricemia), Infectious Disease, Pain Management, Pulmonology, and Gastroenterology.

Advanced Pain Diagnostic & Solutions (Advanced Pain)offers a breakthrough Depression Treatment that provides a safe and effective non-drug treatment option for depression sufferers at their Roseville, CA clinic. Advanced Pain has partnered with NeuroStar Advanced Therapy, using Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) to activate areas of the brain that are underactive in depression. The addition of this transformational treatment will provide people with access to a proven, non-drug method of treating Major Depressive Disorder in adult patients when antidepressant medications are not successful.