Meet the Multiple Sclerosis Faculty

Welcome to Multiple Sclerosis clinic!

The division of Multiple sclerosis and neuroimmunological disorders of central nervous system at Henry Ford Hospital has a great tradition, having made significant contributions to neurological training, clinical care, and research. In the past 10 years there have been tremendous changes in the fields of multiple sclerosis with more than 8 new medications FDA approved for treatment of MS including the first treatment for primary progressive MS. At Henry Ford Hospital we are well positioned to apply this knowledge to manage the disease in a vast and diverse population. We provide compassionate care to patients and families, using the most advanced and promising approaches to manage diseases of the nervous system. Behind the scenes, physicians and basic scientists delve into the causes and workings of multiple sclerosis and other CNS autoimmune disorders as they aim to enrich our knowledge of these chronic CNS conditions. We are proud to train the next generation of neurologists who will provide care to patients and their families.

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