It’s a Way Of Life at the M.A.C.

Dr. Ammar Bazerbashi had a vision for the Medical Art Center (M.A.C.) when he first opened the doors in 2015. He wanted to build a comprehensive all-inclusive center where patients are provided with options that will help prevent as well as treat disease.

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Dr Ammar Bazerbashi

He offers services at the MAC building based on his belief that proper diet and exercise is a necessary component to maintaining optimum health. The doctor has created a place where he is able to educate and treat his patients and at the same time encourage a modification of a healthy lifestyle.
He provides support groups and complimentary exercise classes in the 2nd floor gym on weekends and weeknights in order to allow his patients to bond with like-minded individuals who are also looking to improve their wellness.

The Medical Art Center also has a Chiropractor, a Massage Therapist and an Aesthetician. He has dedicated a portion of the M.A.C. building’s 2nd floor to create the Jannha MediSpa because he wanted to provide a space for his patients who need medical massage or have dermatology concerns. When necessary he recommends his patients to meet with the in-house IMG_0408Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. Both the doctor and his team of professionals are strong advocates for increasing awareness of early detection signs to aid in the prevention of many types of diseases.

“It’s a way of life,” explains Dr. Bazerbashi.  He hopes that his patient’s experience at the M.A.C. will change the way they think of medicine. According to Dr. Bazerbashi it isn’t just about taking medication, it is about a lifestyle change. “It’s never too late. Don’t think it is not possible. You only have one body, and you definitely need to take care of it,” and with a smile he encouragingly adds, “Always make time for yourself.”

Written by TaraJean McDonald


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