Helpful for Any
Pain management can be helpful for any ongoing pain, especially if suffering with long-term or chronic pain.
Dr. Artamonov specialized the field of Pain Management to help with Headache and Facial Pain, Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue, RSD/CRPS and Neuropathic Pain, Arthritis and Joint Pain and more.
MJA Healthcare provides various innovative management services such as stem cell therapy, ozone treatments, and suboxone maintenance therapy combined with multiple decades of professional experience.
“I have been coming to this clinic for years, and they are the best in what they do. Staff is always helpful. The doctors there are professional.”
“Dr. A is a great doctor and has helped me and my wife tremendously! He’s the only pain management Dr who’s gotten me relief without narcotics….. although the office is a bit confused at times, everyone there is very nice….Fiaza is absolutely a wonderful assistant and listens very closely to your complaints…I recommend MJA healthcare to anyone who hasn’t had relief from pain!!!”
“Dr. Artamonov and his staff are the best. They are knowledgeable, professional and truly care about their patients. Dr. Artamonov has been treating me since my on the job injury as well as other ailments and I couldn’t be in better hands. Great guy and great care. Definitely recommend.”
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