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Dr. Candace Breznau, MD

Dr. Candace Breznau, MD

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Dr. Candace Breznau, MD is a pain medicine specialist in Powhatan, VA. She currently practices at Saint Francis Family Medicine Center.

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Locations

  1. Saint Francis Family Medicine Center

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      Saint Francis Family Medicine Center
      3452 Anderson Highway D, Powhatan, VA 23139 Existing Patients: (804) 739-6142

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