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Old 10-07-2020, 12:44 PM #1
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Hi Everyone,

I live in Auburn, AL and there is not a lot of good choices here locally for Drs, especially Neurologist. Can someone recommend a good one either in AL or GA?

Thanks!

David
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I'm in Georgia. I don't think we are allowed to make any suggestions of doctors. But, I do know of a good neurologist and neurosurgeon.


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