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Tarek Omar Souryal, MD
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Clinic or Practice Name  Texas Sports Medicine & Orthopedic Group
6901 Snider Plaza
Ste 200
TX, 75205-1332

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Phone   (214) 369-7733
Fax   (214) 369-7739
Additional Office  5858 Main Street
Ste 300
TX, 75034

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Phone   (214) 369-7733
Fax   (214) 387-8350
Age   57
Gender   Male
Specialties   Orthopedics, Sports Medicine
Same Day Appointment?   No
Primary Hospital   Texas Health Dallas
Secondary Hospital   Texas Health Diagnostics & Surgery Plano
Practice Type   Group
Practicing Since   1988
Internship   UT Southwestern Medical Center-ORT
Residency   UT Southwestern Medical Center-ORT
Fellowship   Hughston Sports Medicine Hospital

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