Daisy Manuel-Arguelles, DO, is a family medicine specialist with a passion for improving health outcomes for patients of all ages. Through her private practice in Sonoma, California, Dr. Manuel-Arguelles is honored to play a role in helping families make the most of each and every day.
Dr. Manuel-Arguelles views education as a means of enhancing her own life while also enabling her to assist others. She completed her medical education at New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. Since that time, Dr. Manuel-Arguelles has pursued numerous opportunities to expand her skills and knowledge through continuing education and training events.
As a family medicine specialist, Dr. Manuel-Arguelles is trained to provide a wide range of medical services to patients of all ages. She brings more than two decades of experience to that role.
Dr. Manuel-Arguelles takes the time to build a trusting relationship with you and your family, and guides your care with an understanding of your family’s unique strengths and challenges. That approach helps deliver far better health outcomes than simply coming in only when there’s an illness or injury.
Dr. Manuel-Arguelles has also recruited an excellent support team. You’ll feel welcomed and supported during each interaction, whether it’s with nursing staff or administrative professionals.
Dr. Manuel-Arguelles believes that making time for routine wellness checks and preventive care is a critical part of keeping you and your loved ones happy and healthy. It’s also a great way to teach kids to prioritize their own health, and to view their doctor as a partner in helping them thrive. Those are lessons that can last a lifetime, and be handed down to future generations.
If you’re searching for a new family doctor, schedule an appointment to come in and sit down with Dr. Manuel-Arguelles to discuss your health needs and goals. Dr. Manuel-Arguelles is currently accepting new patients, and would love to welcome you as a new member of her practice family.
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