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Dr. Robert Bridwell, MD

Dr. Robert Bridwell, MD

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Dr. Robert Bridwell, MD is a orthopedic specialist in Allen, TX. and is affiliated with Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - McKinney. Dr. Bridwell is board certified in Family Practice.


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      1125 Raintree Cir, Allen, TX 75013 (972) 727-9995

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I went to see him with major shoulder pain and a week later it is amazing the difference that he made. I would recommend him for all your orthopedic needs.
Rickey W in Plano, TX — Nov 30, 2018
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Hospital Affiliations

  • Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - McKinney
  • Baylor Scott And White Medical Center Lake Pointe
  • Medical City McKinney
  • Methodist McKinney Hospital
  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen
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