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By: Rabih K.
Premier Neurology and Wellness Center
WELCOME TO OUR PREMIER NEUROLOGY & WELLNESS CENTERWe are pleased to announce that we will begin seeing patients December 14th 2015.We pride ourselves in offering professional neurological outpatient care. As clinical neuroscience professionals, we identify and treat the many disorders that can affect the nervous system which includes both the central and peripheral nervous systems responsible to relay its signals from and to other parts of the body.We work with our patients to reduce the incidence of these disorders, thus helping them enjoy a healthier life. Our team is experienced in treating a wide range of neurological disorders and providing the best medical services to you.Stroke Parkinson's & Movement Migraine & Headache Disorders Back & Neck Pain Multiple Sclerosis Head Injuries & Neuro Rehab Muscle Diseases Nerve Disorders Epilepsy Alzheimer’s & Memory Sleep Disorders
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By: sunnyberta
Paul Neurology Elliott DO
Dr Paul Elliott is one of the best doctors in this area! I have a been a patient since 2004. His office is always clean and his staff is the best. They are a caring practice with your health being a too concern there. If you need a doctor or a D.O., who truly cares about his patient's I HIGHLY recommend Dr. Paul Elliott!
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By: Sam Y.
Premier Neurology and Wellness Center
Very friendly staff, the doctors are amazing. The receptionist was so nice, she smiled the entire time, they offer their patients water, coffee and have a very unique waiting area with a fireplace and a cable TV.
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By: Susan F.
Elite Orthopedics
Dr. Simmon was extremely professional, i was involved in an auto accident, he followed my case and offered me all the medical options, thank you!
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