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Dr. Perry J Argires MD, Neurosurgeon

Dr. Perry J Argires MD

Neurosurgeon

(47)
2150 Harrisburg Pike Suite 200 Lancaster PA, 17601
Rating

4/5

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Dr. Perry Argires practices Neurological Surgery in Lancaster, PA. As a Neurological Surgeon, Dr. Argires 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.

Board Certification

Neurological Surgery American Board of Neurological Surgery ABNS

Provider Details

Male English 20 years of experience

Residency

  • Univ Of Al Hosp, Neurological Surgery; Univ Of Al Hosp, General Surgery
  • University of Birmingham
  • University of Alabama Affiliated Hospitals 1997

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Dr. Perry J Argires MD's Practice location

Practice At 2150 Harrisburg Pike Ste 200 The Westphal Group, Pc

2150 Harrisburg Pike -
Lancaster, PA 17601
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New patients: 717-569-5331, 717-569-5331
Fax: 717-569-4210

233 COLLEGE AVE. -
LANCASTER, PA 17603
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New patients: 717-358-0800
Fax: 717-358-0802

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