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Dr. Hamid Sadeghian, MD

Dr. Hamid Sadeghian, MD

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Dr. Hamid Sadeghian, MD is a neurology specialist in Richmond, VA. He currently practices at Aspirus Spine & Neurosciences Institute. Dr. Sadeghian is board certified in Neuromuscular Medicine.

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  1. Aspirus Spine & Neurosciences Institute

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      Aspirus Spine & Neurosciences Institute
      1250 E Marshall St, Richmond, VA 23298 Existing Patients: (804) 828-0951

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Excellent bedside manner. Takes time with you to understand and explain your issues. Open to your opinion and listens to you. I'd highly recommend Hamid SADEGHIAN.
Marty — Sep 04, 2019
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