Who is Megyn Kelly’s ex-husband, Daniel Kendall?
Daniel Kendall is best known as an American doctor who was married to Megyn Kelly, a celebrity, but is also widely known for his medical skills, and works as a pain management doctor and anesthesiologist, based in Arlington, Virginia, where he is affiliated to many hospitals in the area. There is no precise information regarding his exact date, or place of birth.
— Dr. Daniel Kendall (@DrDanKendall) November 28, 2017
So just how rich is Daniel Kendall as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, this renowned doctor has net worth of over $3 million, accumulated from his prominent career in the previously mentioned field. Speaking about his assets, Daniel shared a house with his ex-wife, Megyn, which was apparently worth $1 million, which gives us a closer look at his finances.
Bio / WikiDaniel is best known as the ex-husband of Megyn Kelly, a prominent television personality, who divorced him after alleged cheating. Speaking about his education, the doctor was a student of Northern Arizona University, earning his BA degree there, and after that, he studied at the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine of Midwestern University, which is nowadays considered one of the most prominent schools in the previously mentioned field, and graduated from the school in 1999. In the following period, he began working as a hospital inters for the Lutheran Med Center, finishing with that job in 2000 and began working as Chief Resident at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. He finished with the mentioned aspect of career in 2003 and was subsequently selected to serve as Chief Fellow. Through the many programs he has been a part of, as of today, Daniel serves as a Board-certified Anesthesiologist and additionally, as a Pain Management doctor.
Progress and Road to Success
In 2004, Kendall began his career at the National Spine & Pain Centers in 2004, and through the following period succeeded in establishing himself as an authority in the field, having performed numerous non-surgical techniques, and consequently improving the health of his patients. As of today, his fields are spinal cord stimulation, radiofrequency ablation, and epidural nerve blocks, among others, and he works in Washington D.C., Virginia and West Virginia, while the majority of his work in the field of anesthesiology takes place in his office located in Virginia. Besides that, Daniel is one of 19 doctors of Inova Alexandria Hospital, and one of 78 at Inova Fairfax Hospital, who specialize in the field of anesthesiology.
Marriage with Megyn Kelly and Latter ControversiesKendall began dating Kelly, a former personality of Fox News, in 1997, after they met at at a street festival in Chicago, while he was in the third year of his medical studies and she was working as an attorney for Bickel & Brewer. In September four years after that, the couple married, however, they went on to divorce only a few years later, apparently remaining friends, despite their differences. Speaking about his divorce, Daniel added that both he and his then-wife needed someone who “was not as similar to each other as they were”. Megyn ultimately left their luxurious residence, moving nearby and remaining close. However, despite the fact that they were initially on good terms, Kelly spoke about her previous marriage in 2015, stating that her then-husband cheated on her and adding that she had felt betrayed which, however, was all denied by Daniel. However, he remarried later on, and is in a happy relationship with his new wife, Emily, with whom he has three children.
Response to Cheating Controversy
Kelly told the media twice that she was “betrayed”, adding that it was not by her current husband, Doug Brunt. However, interviewed by the “Daily Mail Online”, the doctor stated that he was upset by the “shadow cast over him” and added that he was faithful to his then-wife. “I texted her at the time, and she apologized. I think I was a good husband.”
Being a prominent persona in his field, Daniel is widely recognized and has been rewarded multiple times, most notably earning a CMS Stage 1 HER in 2011, and in the two following years, as well. In addition to that, the doctor possesses several certifications and licenses: “Certified in Anesthesiology” and “Certified in Pain Medicine”, both given by American Board of Anesthesiology, “Active through 2018”, given by Maryland State Medical License and Virginia State Medical License. To conclude, it is safe to say that Kendall’s hard work has paid off, as he gained recognition in the medical world and holds a notable position in it.
In late 2017, Daniel became the first doctor based in Virginia to use the least invasive treatment for vertebral compression fractures, also known as balloon kypophlasty, which he performs in his office located in McLean. Using this latest technology, Kendall is able to treat his patients, who don’t have to receive a general anesthetic prior to undergoing the medical procedure, and is able to treat patients with painful compression fractures during a rather short procedure, using only a mild sedation. Kendall’s patients aren’t required to go to hospital for the procedure anymore, and are able to simply go home after the procedure is done. The latest health improvement was said to “deliver great results”.