Neuromuscular Clinic

Fig - Muscles


FNI's Neuromuscular Clinic provides a specialized service in that covers the following:

  • Evaluation of patients with Peripheral Neuropathy, neck pain, and low back pain.
  • Treatment of Peripheral Neuropathy, Neck pain, and low bac pain.
  • Evaluation for physical and occupational therapies and treatments plan.
  • Assess the underline causes for Peripheral Neuropathy.
► Peripheral Neuropathy / Neuromuscular Disorder:
  • Sensory
  • Motor
  • Hereditary
  • Diabetic, and Nutritional Neuropathy
  • Autoimmune Neuropathy
Neuro Diagnostic Tests

Diagnostic tests that may be performed include the following:

  • Nerve conduction study / EMG
  • Autonomic nervous system test
  • Nerve biopsy
  • Spine Ct Scan / MRI Scan
  • Laboratory test
Guidelines for Management of Disease

Follow the following guidelines:

  • Establish a diagnosis.
  • Educate the patients about their condition.
  • Discuss the rationale for each particular treatment, how to use it, and what adverse events are likely.
  • Establish realistic patient expectations.
  • Involve patients in managing their disease. Encourage patients to use diaries to track triggers, frequency and severity of their symptoms, and response to treatment.
  • Encourage the patient to identify and avoid triggers.
  • Choose treatment based on the frequency and severity of attacks, the presence and degree of disability, and associated symptoms.
  • Create a formal management plan and individualize management. Consider the patient's preference, response to, and tolerance for, previously administered medications.
  • Beware of increasing frequency of acute medication use. Identify coexisting conditions (such as heart disease, gastrointestinal disease, renal impairment, pregnancy, uncontrolled hypertension, hyperlipidemia) as they may limit treatment choices.
  • Rehabilitation / Long term therapy for Neurovascular disease
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