Masoud Ahmad Sultani

Masoud Sultani, MD

Pain Management
Languages: English, Spanish, Persian (Farsi)
270 Ratings, 55 Reviews
HonorHealth Medical Group

Insurance accepted

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Insurance Plans

  • AHCCCS Complete Care.
  • Dual-SNP
  • 3 Tier Plans
  • Banner Employees - Tier 2
  • HMO
  • PPO
  • EPO
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  • EverydayHealth PPO,
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  • PPO
  • PPO Plus
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  • EPO
  • LocalPlus
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  • PPO
  • RAN
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  • Pain Management


  • Residency

    Banner University Medical Center - University Campus
  • Education

    University of Arizona
  • Fellowship

    Banner University Medical Center - University Campus
  • Internship

    Banner Good Samaritan Hospital
  • Board Certifications

    American Board of Anesthesiology/Pain Medicine, American Board of Anesthesiology


Dr. Sultani’s area of focus include neck pain, back pain, hip pain, knee pain, and shoulder pain. He stays up to date with the most innovative treatment options to best care for his patients. He uses a multi-modal approach to taking care of his patients. His expertise is in using minimally invasive procedures to help improve quality of life and eliminate pain. These procedures typically take only a few minutes and are done efficiently in an outpatient setting. He uses various techniques – including medication injections, radiofrequency ablations, and small implantable devices to alleviate pain. Dr. Sultani also specializes in medication management for those patients who are candidates for such therapy.

As a patient himself, Dr. Sultani understands the difficulties of living with chronic pain. During college, he underwent back surgery for a herniated disk. He went through all the steps to help manage his pain and continues to receive interventional treatment to this day. His personal experience with a back injury motivated him to pursue a career in treating pain.

Dr. Sultani speaks English, Spanish and Farsi. For appointments, please call 602-786-0030. 


Clinical Interests

  • Pain Management

Care philosophy

Dr. Sultani treats his patients like they are his own family. He spends time with his patients and thoroughly answers questions so that everyone is comfortable with their care. Dr. Sultani understands that no two patients are the same. He tailors his treatment plan specifically to each patient’s needs. Dr. Sultani’s goal is to restore functionality in his patients so they can get back to living the life that they enjoy.


  • Sports
  • Psychology
  • Nutrition
  • Spending time with family
  • Board games

Ratings & Reviews

4.9 out of 5
Patient Rating - 270 Ratings
Provider discussed treatment options
Provider showed concern
Provider explained things clearly
Provider included you in decisions
Likelihood of recommending this provider
55 Reviews

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