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Highly rated in
2
conditions
Highly rated in
2
conditions
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About Dr. Robert H. Fryer

Robert Fryer is a Neurologist and a Child Neurologist in Stamford, Connecticut. Fryer has been practicing medicine for over 26 years and is highly rated in 2 conditions, according to our data. His top areas of expertise are MELAS Syndrome, New Daily Persistent Headache NDPH, Headache, and Vasoconstriction. He is licensed to treat patients in New York. Fryer is currently accepting new patients.

His clinical research consists of co-authoring 8 peer reviewed articles in the past 15 years.

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Dr. Robert H. Fryer accepts the following insurance:

  •  Ambetter

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Locations
32 Strawberry Hill Ct, Stamford, CT 06902
Other Locations
32 Strawberry Hill Ct, Stamford, CT 06902
155 White Plains Rd, Tarrytown, NY 10591
180 Fort Washington Ave, New York, NY 10032
Background & Education
Graduate Institution
Georgetown University Of Medicine, 1996.0
Specialties
Neurology
Child Neurology
Pediatrics
Licenses
Neurology with Special Qualifications in Neurology in NY
Hospital Affiliations
Stamford Hospital
Languages Spoken
English
Gender
Male
Clinical Research

Clinical research consists of overseeing clinical studies of patients undergoing new treatments and therapies, and publishing articles in peer reviewed medical journals. Doctors who actively participate in clinical research are generally at the forefront of the fields and aware of the most up-to-date advances in treatments for their patients.


8 Total Publications

Visual memory failure presages conversion to MELAS phenotype.
Summary: Visual memory failure presages conversion to MELAS phenotype.


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