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Dr. Arie Ashkenasi M.D., Neurologist (Pediatric)

Dr. Arie Ashkenasi M.D.

Neurologist (Pediatric) | Neurodevelopmental Disabilities

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1000 E Primrose St #200 Springfield MO, 65807
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3/5

About

Dr. Arie Ashkenasi is a child neurologist practicing in Springfield, MO. Dr. Ashkenasi specializes in diagnosing and treating disorders of the nervous system in children from birth to young adulthood. With combined understanding of childhood illness and the special needs of each individual child and their family, Dr. Ashkenasi is able to help each patient improve the status of their health. Conditions such as seizures, delayed speech, weakness or frequent headaches are treated by child neurologists.

Education and Training

Tel Aviv Univ- Sackler Fac Of Med- Tel Aviv- Israel 1978

Tel Aviv University / Sackler Faculty of Medicine 1978

Sackler School of Medicine 1978

Board Certification

Psychiatry and NeurologyAmerican Board of Psychiatry and NeurologyABPN

Provider Details

Male English 34 years of experience

Residency

  • Univ Of Al Hosp, Child Neurology
  • Hasharon Hospital1978
  • University of Alabama Hospital Program

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Dr. Arie Ashkenasi M.D.'s Practice location

Practice At 1000 E Primrose St #200

1000 E Primrose St -
Springfield, MO 65807
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New patients: 417-269-6989, 417-269-1010
Fax: 417-269-6755

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