Ratings for Dr. Ara A. Ajemian
I agree. I suffer from a chronic pain syndrome called CPS that targets just certain parts of my body and am treated by a pain management doctor and yes, I do take pain meds. BUT these meds don't take care of my acute and chronic migraines for which i have been on several different meds at different times. I get so frustrated with him, my pain doctor says PCP has to handle the migraines. Dr. Ajemian's answer? "drink coffee" well been there and done that, i'm sure it works for some people but when you have completely disabling migraines that attack almost without warning, the last thing i needed to hear was that. Patent response to me is always "you're already on some pain meds for your CPS (which stemmed from a stroke so it's hard to treat anyway. He is very kind but Tylenol is the patent answer.
Saw Dr Ajemian while Dr Stankiewicz was out on maternity leave and I'm less than impressed. He takes bad notes and forgets everything I tell him. On every occasion he tells me I should try Aleve for my pain and Fybromyalgia and I remind him AGAIN that I have stomach problems and the Dr has said no NSAIDS. Anybody with chronic pain knows that Tylenol and Ultram will not take care of everything... and having to tell theDr your ENTIRE history every time has caused me to lose any faith I had in this provider.
Dr. Ara is one of the very few(unfortunatelly)doctors that real cares about his patients and considers them human beeings and not just numbers on a chart. I am under his care for several years now and I don't have enough words to describe what a good doctors he is.
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