Amirhassan Bahreman | Vascular Neurologist


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Amirhassan Bahreman | Vascular Neurologist

Amirhassan Bahreman | Vascular Neurologist

He is a Persian/Iranian Neurologist in La Mesa, California

For 8 years our trusted, full-service facility, has helped people find relief from chronic and intermittent issues. In affiliation with Sharp Healthcare, we are one of the region’s leaders in nerve testing and pain management. Our focus is on maintaining a supportive, caring environment and delivering personalized care to you and your loved ones. We accept all insurance (including Molina, Community Health Group, and Sharp Community Medical Group) with the exception of Straight Medical. Call today to schedule an appointment!

Dr. Amirhassan Bahreman, MD is a vascular neurology specialist in La Mesa, CA and has been practicing for 26 years.

He graduated from Mashhad University Of Medical Sciences, Faculty Of Medical Sciences-M.D. in 1993 and specializes in vascular neurology.

Amirhassan Bahreman | Iranian Neurologist in La Mesa, California

Dr.Bahreman successfully completed his residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. He completed his fellowship in neuromuscular disorder at the University of Chicago. He is board-certified in general neurology, neuromuscular disorder and vascular neurology (stroke). He specializes in painful neuropathies and spinal degenerative disorders causing chronic pain syndrome such as radiculopathies. He has a special interest in Spinal Stenosis. Dr. Bahreman’s mission is to improve the health and well-being of his patients by delivering compassionate and personalized holistic treatment.

Education & Medical Training Certifications & Licensure

Albert Einstein College of Medicine Residency, Internal Medicine

Albert Einstein College of Medicine Residency, Neurology

University of Chicago Fellowship, Clinical Neurophysiology

The Neurological and Pain Institute, La Mesa, CA

The Neurological & Pain Institute specializes in treating the following conditions: Alzheimer’s Disease Ataxia Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Cerebrovascular Accident (Stroke) Cerebral Hemorrhage (Stroke) Dementia Diabetic Polyneuropathy Tremor Gait Abnormality Low Back Pain Neck Pain Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Myelopathy Parkinson’s Disease Peripheral Nerve Disorders (including Diabetic Neuropathy and Toxic and Inflammatory Neuropathy) Spinal Stenosis Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA) Vertigo and Dizzyness