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Clark Hunter Allen


Blackfoot, Idaho

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Expert Details

Dr. Clark Hunter Allen, M.D., is a neurosurgery expert witness from Idaho. He earned his B.S. from University of Virginia and then earned his M.D. from Medical College of Virginia. He further completed his residency from Medical College of Virginia. He has a physician’s license from the state of Idaho and is certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgery.

Currently, Dr. Allen is the Neurosurgeon at Bingham Memorial Hospital.

He has additional knowledge in minimally invasive spine surgery, artificial disc technology, and complex reconstructive and revision neck and low back surgery.

A previous Expert Challenge Study on Clark Hunter Allen's revealed:

Total Challenges1
Direct Challenges1
Indirect Challenges 0
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