About Dr. Mollen
Dr. Martin Mollen is a board-certified internist in Scottsdale, Arizona, providing medical care at The Mollen Clinic. He received his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson Medical College and has been in practice for over 38 years. Biography: St. Josephs College, Undergraduate, B.S. Major Thomas Jefferson University, Jefferson Medical College, Medical Degree Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center, Residency, Internal Medicine Board-Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine Midwestern University, Assistant Adjunct Professor University of Arizona, Clinical Instructor, Department of Community Medicine Top Docs, Phoenix Magazine, 1999 Dr. Martin Mollen is an internist. What is an internist? Internal medicine physicians are specialists who apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to diagnosis, treat and provide compassionate care to adults across the spectrum from health to complex illness. Their training is dedicated to learning how to prevent, diagnose and treat diseases that affect adults. Internists are sometimes referred to as the “doctor's doctor”, because they are often called upon to act as consultants to other physicians to help solve puzzling diagnostic problems. Internists may act as primary care physicians, but are also equipped to deal with whatever problem a patient brings, not matter how common or rare, or how simple or complex. They also bring patients to the understanding of wellness, disease prevention and promotion of men's, women's and mental health. Dr. Martin Mollen has chosen to focus his practice on general internal medicine, but has taken special training to perform other procedures. He administers the highly successful treatment of BOTOX® to sufferers of frequent or severe migraine headaches. He has other focuses, including diagnosis and treatment of complications of elevated cholesterol and in-office evaluations with vascular ultrasound testing of the arteries and veins. He also performs in-office bone density scans as screening and prescribes oral medications and injectable medications every six months when indicated for women with osteoporosis. Dr. Martin Mollen believes in providing high quality health care for his patients.