Improving Quality of Life for Patients

The Neuromuscular Program strives to provide a diagnosis, improve care, outcome, and quality of life for patients suffering from disorders of nerve and muscle. Our program includes the Neuromuscular Clinic, the Muscular Dystrophy Clinic, the Motor Neuron Disease Clinic, and the EMG Laboratory.

As a team, we work together to diagnose your condition by evaluating numbness and weakness and determining if these symptoms are caused by diseases of:

  • nerve,
  • neuromuscular junction, or
  • muscle.

We also conduct significant research to guide treatment decisions to the latest treatment options.

Clinics & Specialties

Neuromuscular Clinic

The Neuromuscular Clinic focuses on peripheral neuropathies, disorders of the nerve-muscle junction, and disorders of muscle.

EMG Laboratory

The EMG laboratory has state of the art equipment and is used to help diagnose disorders of nerve and muscle. We also work with pathologists to interpret muscle biopsies.

Treatment & Testing

Many patients with neuromuscular disorders will have a test called an electrodiagnostic study. These tests allow doctors to see how well your nerves work and communicate with your muscles. Learn more about electrodiagnostic studies.