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Dr. Samuel Lavarias, DPT

Dr. Samuel Lavarias, DPT

Age 55 Physical Therapy M
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Dr. Samuel Lavarias, DPT is a physical therapist in Deltona, FL. He currently practices at Pain Care and Wellness. He accepts multiple insurance plans, including Medicare.

Locations

  1. Pain Care and Wellness

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      Pain Care and Wellness
      829 Deltona Blvd # 204, Deltona, FL 32725 Existing Patients: (386) 259-9838

Education

  • 2013, Medical School
  • University of South Florida / College of Medicine, Medical School
  • University Of South Florida, Other Education — 2013

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  • Medicare
  • MultiPlan
  • Special Needs Plan
  • UnitedHealthCare

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