Neuromuscular Center

 

INTEGRIS Neuroscience Institute caring for patients nationwide.

 

About INTEGRIS Neuromuscular Center

The INTEGRIS Neuromuscular Center is one of forty-four centers in the United States certified by the Muscular Dystrophy Association to treat patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, otherwise known as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease.” Our multidisciplinary “Team Hope” provides patient centered care to patients of all ages, who travel as far as Alaska to visit the clinic for ALS and other neuromuscular diseases and disorders.

The center has received recognition since 2006 as a “Center of Excellence” for the INTEGRIS Health System and works collaboratively with the Muscular Dystrophy Association to provide unparalleled medical and health services in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area.

How Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Helps

MDA is the first nonprofit recognized by the American Medical Association with a Lifetime Achievement Award "for significant and lasting contributions to the health and welfare of humanity." For more information specific to the Muscular Dystrophy Association, visit their website at www.mda.org.


About the Neuromuscular Center

Mission: To provide comprehensive, multidisciplinary care to all persons with neuromuscular disease and their families with a commitment to excellence, integrity, and compassion

Vision :To be a regional center of excellence for neuromuscular disease in Oklahoma and the Southwest. To be the most trusted name in neuromuscular disease diagnosis and patient care. To be a nationally recognized leader in neuromuscular disease research, patient satisfaction and outcomes and education.

Meet Our Team

The most important member of 'Team Hope' is the patient allowing the rest of the team privilege of assisting you with your needs.

Support Groups

The INTEGRIS Neuromuscular Center and Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) co-sponsor multiple support groups in Oklahoma City for patients, caregivers, and others impacted by ALS and General Neuromuscular Disorders. The groups are facilitated by a registered nurse, rehabilitation psychologist, and MDA staff member. Additional groups are sponsored by the MDA within the Tulsa area. Speakers are brought in throughout the year to discuss updates on clinical drug trials, medical equipment, and community resources.





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Oklahoma City, OK 73112 Phone: (405) 951-2277
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