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Michael Ahmann, DO
Dr. Ahmann brings to Promises a diverse medical background and a strong passion for helping people with substance abuse and behavioral health conditions. He has extensive experience treating complex medical issues and uses holistic approaches to promote optimal overall health and well-being for all patients.
During his professional training and practice, Dr. Ahmann has gained both inpatient and outpatient experience in addiction medicine and family medicine, as well as psychiatry, neurology, emergency medicine and sports medicine, among other disciplines. He is certified by both the American Board of Addiction Medicineand theAmerican Board of Family Medicine.
Dr. Ahmann has been a resident of the Phoenix area since 1980. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial technology at Arizona State University before his initial 14-year career in the computer industry. In 1997 he returned to ASU for his pre-med studies, then attended Midwestern University medical school from 2001-2005. Dr. Ahmann performed his medical internship at St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City, and then finished his residency in family medicine at Phoenix Baptist Hospital in 2008. He completed his fellowship in age management medicine at Cenegenics Medical Institute before founding his first practice, Arizona Age Management. He worked extensively in urgent care while he developed Total Primary Care, a full-service family and addiction medicine clinic in 2009.
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