SUBDIVISIONS

Neuromuscular Clinic
A multidisciplinary approach to assist patients with neuromuscular diseases to live with their condition and apply the latest therapies and proactive symptom management in a positive and caring setting. 

Multidisciplinary Clinics


MDA/ALSA ALS Clinic 

First and largest multidisciplinary care center for patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in the United States dedicated to the treatment of ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. Many of our team members have practiced together for over 20 years and we hold ourselves to the highest standards when caring for patients with ALS.
  • Clinic occurs every 1st Friday of the month
  • Fellow’s role is primarily for acquiring research data and observing continuity of care

Myotonic Dystrophy Clinic
The clinic addresses and minimizes the challenging aspects of this multisystemic disorder, help improve survival and quality of life, and foster research. The clinic is staffed by a team that includes neurologists, a cardiologist, respiratory therapist, sleep specialist, nutritionist, social worker, genetic counselor, physical and occupational therapists, and home health agency vendors. It offers a range of laboratory and diagnostic testing to assess patients for related diseases.
  • Clinic is held four times a year
  • Fellow is assigned patients that are staffed by attending

Diagnostic Laboratories

Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine
  • Muscle & Nerve Histopathology Laboratory
  • Electromyography & Motor Control Laboratory