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Dr. Art Armenta is bringing his team from the Texas Brachial Plexus Institute to North Carolina to participate in a clinic to assess and evaluate patients suffering from symptoms of brachial plexus. Houston, Texas (PRWEB) May 29, 2013 Dr. Art Armenta announces that he will be coming to North Carolina with his team from the Texas Brachial Plexus Institute. It is important that people take advantage of this opportunity because there are very few doctors who are well trained in the area of...
Dr. Armenta of the Texas Brachial Plexus Institute is now accepting children and adult sufferers of brachial plexus injury. For people with a brachial plexus injury, it can be extremely painful; treatment is available and can ease the suffering of those who have been dealing with this injury. Houston, TX (PRWEB) December 26, 2012 Understanding what brachial plexus injury is, how it occurs, and how to treat it, are crucial factors one must know when battling this injury. The brachial plexus...
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