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Dr. Elizabeth Joy Richardson PHD, Physiatrist (Physical Medicine)

Dr. Elizabeth Joy Richardson PHD

Physiatrist (Physical Medicine)

1717 6th Ave S Ro 44 Src Birmingham AL, 35233

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Dr. Elizabeth Richardson is a physiatrist practicing in Birmingham, AL. Dr. Richardson is a medical doctor specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation. As a physiatrist, Dr. Richardson focuses on a patients ability to function, and can treat multiple conditions that affect the brain, nerves, spine, bones, muscles, joints, ligaments and tendons. Dr. Richardson can diagnose and treat pain that is a result of injury, disease or a disabling condition. Physiatrists often lead a team of physical therapists, occupational therapists and physicians in a patients treatment or prevention plan.

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Dr. Elizabeth Joy Richardson PHD's Practice location

Practice At 1717 6th Ave S

1717 6th Ave S -
Birmingham, AL 35233
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New patients: 205-934-2747, 205-934-3450
Fax: 205-934-7420, 205-975-9592

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