Michael Sorensen, MD
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Residency: University of Wisconsin Hospital
Internship:University of Wisconsin Hospital
Doctoral: University of Minnesota - Minneapolis
Undergraduate: University of Minnesota - Minneapolis
“I practice up-to-date medicine and discuss options in the best interest of my patients and I treat them as I would my own family. I would like my years of experience and expertise to serve my Prescott area neighbors and surrounding communities.”
Procedures & Areas of Interest
- Electrodiagnostic Testing - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Radiculopathy, Plexopathy, Peripheral Neuropathy or Other Numbness/Tingling/Weakness Pain of Arms or Legs
- Epidural Steroid Injections - Interlaminar/Transforaminal
- Facet Joint Treatments - Medial Branch Blocks, Injections, Radiofrequency, Lesioning/Ablation
- Hip, Knee, Sacroiliac, Shoulder Injections
- Interventional procedures for painful spine conditions
- Non-surgical care for painful spine conditions
- Soft-Tissue Injections - trigger points, ligament, tendon sheath, bursa
- Spinal Disc Injections
- Viscosupplementation Injections
- Work-Related Accidents and Injuries
Michael Sorensen, MD is a Physiatrist at Northern Arizona Orthopaedics who is board-certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and is subspecialty board-certified in Pain Medicine.
Dr. Sorensen has 30 years of clinical experience and has been a national instructor for the Spine Intervention Society since 2001. He provides the most current and evidence-based interventional spine care to his patients while being known for providing personalized and compassionate care. His practice includes non-surgical treatment and interventional procedures for back and neck pain, Herniated Disc, Sciatica, Radiculopathy (“pinched nerve”), Degenerative Disc Disease, Spinal Stenosis and other spine disorders or injuries. He also evaluates patients with shoulder pain and hip pain and those with numbness and/or tingling of the arms, hands, and legs.
Dr. Sorensen received his Spinal interventional training during the first two years of practice at OrthoMemphis. He received his residency training from the University of Wisconsin Hospital. Dr. Sorensen received his doctoral degree from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis where he also earned his undergraduate degree and graduated Summa Cum Laude.
He is active in the medical community, holding professional memberships with the Spine Intervention Society, American Association of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine, and the American Medical Association.
- American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - Diplomate
- Spine Intervention Society, Member
- American Medical Association, Member
- American Association of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine, Member
- Spine Intervention Society: Cadaver Training Workshops – Instructor – 2001 – Present
- Baptist Germantown Surgery Center – Medical Advisory Board Member – 2010 – 2018
- Smith and Nephew National Workshops – Instructor – 2006 – 2007
- American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians: National Workshops – Instructor - 2002-2005
Research, Publications & Presentations
Sorensen MJ, Sperling KB, Graves VB, and Hegstrand LR: Multiple Sclerosis presenting as an acute stroke: magnetic resonance imaging and tissue correlates. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1990; 71:825. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, October 25, 1990.
Sorensen MJ, Sperling KB, and Cripps DJ: Neurogenic pruritus in the zone of injury of a patient with a C4 incomplete spinal cord injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1990; 71:825. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, October 24, 1990.
Sorensen MJ, Rodriquez AA, Agre JC: Power Spectrum analysis of needle electromyography at varied levels of muscle contraction. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1989; 70(11): A57. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, November 9, 1989.