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Is there a chiari knowledgeable doctor in memphis tn

I have chiari malformation and syringomyelia. Is there a doctor who specializes in this condition in memphis tn
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620923 tn?1452915648
Hi and welcome to the Chiari forum.

Keep in mind many of us have to travel to get to a true Chiari specialist....we do have a list that was compiled by the members here of Drs they have been to, treated by and liked....that is not an endorsement or meant to be a referral. The names we post are for you to use to research the Dr to help you locate the right Dr for you. What works for one, may not work for someone else.

Also keep in mind, I have not check to see if the Drs on this list are still practicing, so do your research and let us know what works for you and if you find any that should be removed from the list.


Dr. Stephanie Einhaus
Semmes Murphy Clinic
Memphis, TN

Dr. Carl Hampf
Baptist Hospital
Nashville, Tennessee
(615) 327-9543

Dr Reid Thompson
Vanderbilt Hospital
Nashville, Tennessee

Dr. Cheng
Vanderbilt Hospital
Nashville, Tennessee

Dr. Samuel Hunter
Nashville, Tennessee

University of Tennessee
Dr. William Snyder Jr, MD
Neurosurgical Associates
1932 Alcoa Hwy Suite 255
Knoxville, TN 37920
(865) 524-1869 (Office)
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