David B. Graybill, D.O.

Dr. David Graybill is a board-certified anesthesiologist at Arlington Orthopedic Associates who has been practicing interventional pain management for over 30 years. He received his osteopathic degree from Des Moines University in 1980 and completed his anesthesia residency at Dallas/Fort Worth Medical Center in 1982. His practice focus is in non-operative treatment of spine disorders, including epidural steroid injections, facet injections and radio frequency ablations to the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine.

Dr. Graybill is from Lamoni, Iowa. When he has free time outside of work, he enjoys most outdoor sports and leisure activities such as relaxing on his back porch by the fire. When asked what his perfect day would be, Dr. Graybill replied, “In the middle of nowhere on an extreme hunt for dangerous game.”

Personal Data
  • Born May 17, 1955
  • Married, 1978
  • Three grown children
  • Enjoy most outdoor sports and leisure activities
Current Employment

Self-employed as an Interventional Pain Anesthesiologist with active staff privileges at:

  • USMD – Fort Worth, Texas
  • USMD – Arlington, Texas
  • Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital of Arlington – Arlington, Texas
  • Medical Center of Arlington – Arlington, Texas

Outpatient Surgery Centers

  • Baylor Surgicare – Arlington, Texas
  • Daytime Outpatient Surgery Center – Fort Worth, Texas
  • Medical Village Surgery Center – Grand Prairie, Texas

North Texas Pain Recovery Center – Medical Director for Interdisciplinary Programs

  • Work Hardening
  • Chronic Pain Management

License and Certification

  • Texas Licensure (F8132, 1981) – Texas Medical Board
  • Certification of Anesthesiology (#729, 1994) – American Osteopathic Board of Anesthesiology
  • Diplomat of American Academy of Pain Management (2000)
  • Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science – Biology & Chemistry, Graceland University-Lamoni,
    Iowa (1973-1977), Magna Cum Laude
  • Graduate: Doctor of Osteopathy, Des Moines University-Des Moines, Iowa (1977-1980)
  • AOA Internship: Grand Prairie Community Hospital- Grand Prairie, Texas (1980-1981)
    – Intern of the Year – 1980
  • Residency: Dallas Fort Worth Medical Center – Grand Prairie, Texas (1981-1983) AOA Anesthesia
    – Resident of the Year-1982
  • Elmer L. Kelso, DO – Resident Trainer
Presentation & Publications


  • “History of Pharmacologic Agents in Anesthesia”, San Antonio, Texas (1982), MOSA
  • “Axillary Approach to Brachial Plexus Block” (1982) AOCA
  • “Stadol Usage in Anesthesia”, Dallas, Texas (1986)
  • “Anesthetic Considerations in Geriatric Outpatient Surgery”, Chicago, Illinois (1996), AOCA
  • “IV Sedation for Non-Anesthesiologist”, Dallas, Texas (2001), Dallas Southwest Medical Center


  • “Propofol Usage in Anesthesia: Clinical Experience FA & Stuart Pharmaceuticals-Phase IV Study;
    Anesthesia and Analgesia”, Volume 77, No. 45, October 1993
Professional Experience
  • Staff Anesthesiologist – DFW Medical Center (1983-2000), Grand Prairie, Texas
    – Department of Anesthesia Chairman (1987-1990, 1993-1994, 1996-1998)
    – Co-Chief of Staff (1991)
    – Chief of Staff (1992)
    – Past Chief of Staff (1993)
    – Member, Board of Trustees – DFW Medical Center (1993, 1995), Fort Worth, Texas
  • Staff Anesthesiologist – Vencor Hospital (1993-1999), Fort Worth, Texas
  • Staff Anesthesiologist – Medical Village Surgical (1992-Present), Grand Prairie, Texas
  • Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Pharmacy – UNTHSC (1994-1997), Fort Worth, Texas
  • Staff Anesthesiologist – Dallas Southwest Hospital (2000-2003), Dallas, Texas
  • Peer Review Chairman – Medical Staff
  • Medical Director – North Texas Pain Recovery (1997-Present)
  • Staff Anesthesiologist – Osteopathic Medical Center of Texas, Medical Staff (2000-2003)
Pfizer Inc. Pharmaceutical Company: Lyrica Advisory Board (2013)
Professional Societies
  • American Osteopathic Association
  • American Academy of Pain Management (1998-Present)
  • Community of Christ Church Medical-Dental Association
  • Texas Osteopathic Medical Association (2003-Present)
  • Texas Pain Society (2010-Present)

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