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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I schedule an appointment?
Contact the clinic coordinator to schedule an appointment at one of our ALS & Neuromuscular Treatment clinics.

What should I do to prepare for my clinic appointment?
Bring any test results from other facilities and/or related medical reports from your doctor(s). Bring a list of questions you have for the different specialists you will see. Bring a notepad, pen and a trusted family member/friend/caregiver to help you keep track of everything that is discussed during your visit. Bring a snack, as it can be a long visit!

What can I expect at my clinic appointment?
Clinic visits usually last 2 ½ - 3 ½ hours. You will sit in one room as each of our healthcare specialists visits with you to answer your questions, conduct evaluations, and develop an individualized care plan. You may leave with prescriptions and recommendations for future care.

How do I manage the different recommendations that were made during my visit?
After your visit, our administrative staff will contact you to schedule any lab work and/or tests that were ordered. The clinic coordinator will order all medical equipment, home care services, and outside evaluations that were recommended, unless otherwise discussed during your visit. You can fill any written prescriptions at your local pharmacy. If you need assistance or have any questions, contact the clinic coordinator.

Am I eligible to participate in research studies?
If you would like to take part in one of our studies, let the medical team know you are interested during your visit or contact the research team by calling, 646.797.8592.

How much will a clinic visit cost me?
The cost of your visit depends on your insurance coverage. For further information, please contact the clinic coordinator.

How can I find out more information about your services?
For more information, visit us on the web or call 646.797.8176.