Abraham Abraamyan, MCMSc, PA-C was born in Yerevan, Armenia, and raised in Los Angeles from the time he was a toddler. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from California State University – Northridge. Abraham then accumulated nearly three years of healthcare experience and published research in a scientific journal before attending Barry University in Miami, Florida, where he received his Master of Clinical Medical Science degree. He first became interested in the field of orthopedics during his didactic education in PA school. Abraham chose orthopedic surgery for his elective rotation in school and thoroughly enjoyed his experience.
As a physician assistant, Abraham Abraamyan sees patients in the clinic for a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. He examines patients, orders and interprets diagnostic tests, makes diagnoses, formulates treatment plans, prescribes medications, and performs therapeutic injections. In the operating room, he assists Dr. Carlos Guanche with both arthroscopic and open surgeries.
In his free time, Abraham enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching movies/shows, reading, biking, snowboarding, and traveling.
Abraham Abraamyan, MCMSc, PA-C is fluent in Armenian and is available to see patients at the SCOI location in Van Nuys.