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Dr. Abbas Khayami is a licensed chiropractor serving the Scottsdale community from his office located at the intersection of Indian School and Hayden. Dr. Khayami specializes in chiropractic rehabilitative care. His mission is to give patients the best care possible and to get them on the road to good health in an efficient and thorough manner. First goal for most new patients that walk through the door is simple "Get me out of pain". The next goal is to keep the pain from coming back. While I want to make sure you get out of pain as quickly as possible, I also have a better goal "Keep the pain from coming back!" That is why teaching people about how they got this way in the first place and what to do about it is so important. Many of our patients have never been to see a chiropractor before they come in to see us. As a chiropractor with experience, Dr. Khayami is committed to promoting the optimal health and well being of his patients. After completing his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry at the University of Shahrood in Shahrood, Iran, Dr. Khayami moved to the United States. He began taking classes at Scottsdale Community College and worked at Walgreens as a pharmacy technician. During his time at this job, Dr. Khayami saw how people were abusing medication in an attempt to relieve pain. Seeing this abuse fueled his desire to find a way to help people without the use of medication. He fulfilled this dream by graduating from Parker University in 2008.
The first goal for most new patients that walk through the door is simple ?Get me out of pain.?After the consultation, we get right to work on alleviating your symptoms. The next goal is to keep the pain from coming back. While I want to make sure you get out of pain as quickly as possible, I also have a better goal ?Keep the pain from coming back!? That?s why teaching people about how they got this way in the first place and what to do about it is so important.