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Medical Doctor, DO
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"Chronic pain can be frustrating and debilitating. I am the co-founder of AZ Pain Doctors, and have been practicing in the West Valley for 7 years. Our practice philosophy focuses on a multidisciplinary approach, meaning that we utilize a combination of modalities such as physical therapy, chiropractic care, medications, and interventional pain management procedures to treat acute and chronic pain. This approach is supported by the medical literature as the most likely way to reduce your pain and improve your quality of life."
(602) 910-2196
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"Chronic pain can be frustrating and debilitating. I am the co-founder of AZ Pain Doctors, and have been practicing in the West Valley for 7 years. Our practice philosophy focuses on a multidisciplinary approach, meaning that we utilize a combination of modalities such as physical therapy, chiropractic care, medications, and interventional pain management procedures to treat acute and chronic pain. This approach is supported by the medical literature as the most likely way to reduce your pain and improve your quality of life."
Medical Doctor, MD, DVM
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"My goal is to attract patients who desire a functional medicine approach to meeting their healthcare needs. I have found this to be the most rewarding for the patient and the physician. A functional medicine approach involves the patient much more in their own healthcare then the traditional approach of treating just a symptom of an illness with a medication. The objective is to reveal the deeper causes of illness through a comprehensive systems approach (functional medicine)."
(928) 723-3419
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"My goal is to attract patients who desire a functional medicine approach to meeting their healthcare needs. I have found this to be the most rewarding for the patient and the physician. A functional medicine approach involves the patient much more in their own healthcare then the traditional approach of treating just a symptom of an illness with a medication. The objective is to reveal the deeper causes of illness through a comprehensive systems approach (functional medicine)."

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