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Pain Management Associates Of Michigan

4/5
(20 Reviews)
24327 Ford Rd, Dearborn, MI 48128
(313) 730-9260
4/5
(20 Reviews)

Pain Management Associates Of Michigan

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Pain Management Associates Of Michigan,  (Pain management physician), could very well be the place you can consider booking an appointment with today. It is located in the heart of Dearborn, MI.

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Reviews

5 stars/5
Dr Nakhleh saved my life….. In more than one way! I’ve been his patient since 2014 and followed him when he moved offices twice. For 6 years I drove to my appts once a month 200 miles one way! When you find a great Doctor who helps and …
[5 months ago]
5 stars/5
This practice is by far the best I have ever found. Dr. Nakleh and his staff are exceptional always go the extra mile and one can be assured of receiving the finest care available. Both are friendly expedient and actually care about all …
[2 years ago]
5 stars/5
When Dr. Zacur comes into the room she has studied the chart and is well prepared about my issues.She listens to my concerns. She explains everything in detail and it’s obvious that she cares about making the best possible decision for me.She is awesome in every way.I highly recommend her.
[2 years ago]

Location:

24327 Ford Rd, Dearborn, MI 48128

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