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Dr. Brandt Lydon, MD

Dr. Brandt Lydon, MD

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Dr. Brandt Lydon, MD is a family medicine specialist in Saint Louis, MO. He currently practices at MOVEMENT DISORDER CENTER AT WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

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  1. Movement Disorder Center At Washington University

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      Psychiatry-west Pavilion
      1 Barnes Jewish Hospital Plz Fl 3, Saint Louis, MO 63110 Existing Patients: (314) 362-5000

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He is the best doctor ever we’ve met in the US. My mom visits him. He is reassuring both in phone conversations and in office visits. Also, he showed a really good quality care for her every time, even she needs to talk with the help of an interpreter. I am glad to met with him.
Hakan in St. Louis, MO — Feb 10, 2018
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