He probably lived during the time of the 26th dynasty ca. 664-525 B.C.
The Head of Physicians, "the scorpion charmer" who were healers who treated scorpion stings and snakes bites, chief physician and chief dentist (wr ἰbḥ) of Psamtik Seneb, an admiral of the royal fleet 
The stele of Seneb from Sa'is during the 26th dynasty of Psamtik, 664-525 BC, shows a young dental healer (may be Psamtik-seneb). He is thought to have built the temple of Neith as mentioned in a statue that lost its head; Ushabti of the Head of Physician Psamtik-seneb; and another one; a photo in relief of Ankh-ef-en-Sekhmet Entertained by Psamtikseneb jmaged as a Harpist (A demotic papyrus of the 27th Dynasty (CG 50068)91 mentions a Paptah son of Psamtik-neb-pehti and give him title of difficult reading understood by M. Chauveau as “who makes music before Pharaoh” with the addition “in the sleeping-room” (in that document, the action takes place in the 26th Dynasty); an inscription of Psamtikseneb is preserved in the State Hermitage Museum at St. Petersburg; a Naophorous Block Statue of a Governor of Sais, Psamtikseneb; A statue of Chief of Physicians, Psammetik-seneb was originally installed in Sais; his Sarcophagus; numerous shabties and additional signs that he had been a wealthy man in life were found in his tomb; and he is mentioned in his son Iahmes tomb at Saqqara.
- Hermann Ranke: Die ägyptische Persönennamen. Verlag von J. J. Augustin in Glückstadt, 1935., p. 137
- http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/20772830?uid=3737928&uid=2134&uid=380554583&uid=2&uid=70&uid=3&uid=380554573&uid=60&sid=21102533664267 Der altägyptische Arzt Iwti Adolf Fonahn Archiv für Geschichte der Medizin Bd. 2, H. 5 (Februar 1909), pp. 375-378 Published by: Franz Steiner Verlag
- The Tomb Of Iahmes, Son Of Psamtikseneb, At Saqqara