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Dr. Steven Bryce Inbody M.D., Neurologist

Dr. Steven Bryce Inbody M.D.

Neurologist | Neurology

7505 Main St Suite 390 Houston TX, 77030


Dr. Steven Inbody practices Neuropathology in Houston, TX. Dr. Inbody studies, evaluates, diagnoses, and treats conditions that affect the nervous system. Neuropathologists are trained to fully understand and treat such conditions as Alzheimers disease and Parkinsons disease.

Education and Training

Northwestern University The Feinberg School of Medicine 1983

Northwestern Uniiversity 1983

Board Certification

Psychiatry and Neurology American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology ABPN

Provider Details

Male English 28 years of experience


  • Baylor Coll Of Med, Neurology; Baylor Coll Of Med, Internal Medicine
  • Baylor College of Medicine Program

Accepted Insurance

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Dr. Steven Bryce Inbody M.D.'s Practice location

Steven Inbody

7505 Main St -
Houston, TX 77030
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New patients: 713-796-0600, 713-796-0600
Fax: 713-796-0303, 713-796-0303

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