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Dr. David M Weitman M.D., PH.D., Neurosurgeon

Dr. David M Weitman M.D., PH.D.

Neurosurgeon

(35)
498 Essex St Suite 105 Bangor ME, 04401
Rating

5/5

About

Dr. David Weitman practices Neurological Surgery in Bangor, ME. As a Neurological Surgeon, Dr. Weitman prevents, diagnoses, evaluates, and treats disorders of the autonomic, peripheral, and central nervous systems. Neurological Surgeons are trained to treat such disorders as spinal canal stenosis, herniated discs, tumors, fractures, and spinal deformities, among many others.

Education and Training

State University of New York Downstate Medical Center College of Medicine 1992

State University of New York Downstate College of Medicine MD

Board Certification

Neurological Surgery American Board of Neurological Surgery ABNS

Provider Details

Male English 19 years of experience

Residency

  • George Washington University Program A

Accepted Insurance

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Dr. David M Weitman M.D., PH.D.'s Practice location

Practice At 498 Essex St Suite 104

498 Essex St -
Bangor, ME 04401
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New patients: 207-947-8282
Fax: 207-941-8074

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