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Dr. Razmiq Halajian

Dr. Razmig Haladjian, a native of Beirut, Lebanon and a graduate of the American University of Beirut School of Medicine, completed his residency in Anesthesiology at Wayne State University School of Medicine. He performed his fellowship in Pain Management at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Dr. Haladjian employs a multi-disciplinary approach in solving patients’ chronic pain issues with a strong emphasis in cutting-edge interventional procedures. Dr. Haladjian has special interest and expertise in treating spinal conditions such as compression fractures, spinal stenosis, and failed back surgery (post-laminectomy syndrome). Through his extensive training and his years of experience as a pain management physician, Dr. Haladjian has mastered techniques ranging from simple spinal interventions such as epidurals and facet blocks to more advanced procedures such as kyphoplasties, spinal cord stimulation, and minimally invasive spine surgeries.

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Dr. Haladjian places extreme importance in identifying the pain generator in order to recommend the appropriate treatment. In addressing the pharmacological aspect of pain, Dr. Haladjian utilizes combinations of pain medications as well as adjuvant medications to limit side effects to treat chronic pain conditions. Dr. Haladjian has acquired an extensive amount of experience in treating cancer related pain conditions. Through his use of a vast store of treatment modalities he is able to successfully relieve cancer pain. He is also trained in detoxification from pain medications.

Dr. Haladjian is a member of the International Spine Intervention Society (SIS). He continues to be very active in pursuing new treatments that could be beneficial to his patients. Dr. Haladjian has been a keynote speaker at medical meetings. He has authored and co-authored pain related articles.

Along with his colleagues, Dr. Haladjian strives to offer excellent care through careful symptom assessment and use of advanced treatment options and continues to remain on the forefront of pain medicine breakthroughs.

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