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1.J C Schoffler, DPM
2608 Harwood Rd
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This doctor and his employees take their time in caring for you. The office also has the latest technology. Very impressed. I would never hesitate to recommend them and I have already sent 3 co-work
2.Texas Retina Associates
1101 6th Ste 200 Ave
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Excellence in Retina Care since 1966
3.North Hills ENT
4351 Booth Calloway Rd
North Richland Hills,TX
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4.Ramirez Pedro MD FACOG
7505 Glenview Dr Suite H
North Richland Hills,TX
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Dr Pedro Ramirez is board certified and fellow of the American College of OB-GYN practiced in the same location for 25 years after residency in obstetrics & gynecology at Hahnemann Medical School in P
5.Texas Non-Surgical Orthopedic & Spine Center PA
1200 Overlook Ter
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I have been seen by Dr perl for over 7 years for a work comp injury. She has fought for me from day one. When they have Dr's insist nothings wrong she shows them proof and writes her essay to them. Sh
6.North Texas Podiatry Associates
401 Westpark Way
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Comprehensive Foot & Ankle Care * In-Office Non-Surgical Shockwave * Certified Treatment for Heel Pain
7.Dr. Thomas L Marvelli
302 Grapevine Hwy Suite 132
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- Ultrasound: The use of sound waves to promote healing.
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