Physician Returns To Hometown Of Bellevue To Help Patients With Chronic Pain Improve Quality Of Life While Reducing The Need For Medications

Award-winning pain management physician, Dr. Jason Attaman, DO, adds double Board-certified physician, Dr. Cameron Cartier, DO, to serve growing need for alternatives to opioid pain medication for Puget Sound area patients.
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Dr. Cameron Cartier, DO
Dr. Cameron Cartier, DO
BELLEVUE, Wash. - Sept. 9, 2019 - PRLog -- DR. JASON ATTAMAN IS ADDRESSING THE LOCAL OPIOID EPIDEMIC WITH NON-NARCOTIC OPTIONS, and is now joined by U.S. Air Force Veteran physician, Dr. Cameron Cartier, who was born and raised in Bellevue, Washington.

"I've seen people suffering with chronic pain throughout my career. They are seeking alternatives and aren't looking for another pill. They want to solve their pain issues so they can get back to doing what they love while minimizing the use of medications. The biggest issue today is that the non-narcotic alternatives are not widely known or offered to patients with chronic pain. The reality is there's a full spectrum of interventional pain management treatments and therapies available, including cutting-edge holistic injections using the patient's own regenerative cells to stimulate healing. I'm excited to be back in my hometown and working with such a well-respected physician and team to help give patients hope and help them gain access to all the options for pain management and relief that are available today," said Dr. Cameron Cartier.

"Dr. Cartier's dedication to learning, from his two fellowships to his time serving in the U.S. Air Force, brings broad, proven experience to our practice," says Dr. Attaman. The patients we have been working with are looking for alternatives and are extremely concerned about the side effects that come with opioids and other drugs. People don't want to simply mask the pain with pills. They want to treat the root cause of the pain. We have over 150 different therapies and procedures we can tap into to help our patients get their lives back," continued Dr. Attaman.

Dr. Cartier has double Board-certification in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine. He also completed two fellowships, one in Pain Medicine at the University of Vermont and a second in Interventional Orthopedics (regenerative medicine) at the Centeno-Schultz clinic in Colorado. The Centeno-Schultz clinic is the premier training program in the world for regenerative medicine. While in the Air Force, Dr. Cartier also completed a six-month deployment to Afghanistan where he delivered anesthesia to trauma patients, and ultimately earned a Meritorious Service Medal.

Dr. Attaman and Dr. Cartier serve Puget Sound area patients in their clinics in Bellevue, Seattle and Auburn.

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