Clinics and locations | Duke Department of Neurology
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Duke ALS Clinic
The Duke ALS Clinic, located on Morreene Road, provides multidisciplinary treatment and care for patients with ALS. We also provide telemedicine to North Carolina patients and conduct research.
Duke EMG Clinic
Duke’s Electromyography Lab is one of many labs that make up Duke’s Neuromuscular Services, which provides patients with electromyography, single-fiber EMG, nerve conduction studies and other services.
Duke MDA Clinic
The Duke Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Clinic is dedicated to providing patients with muscular dystrophy with advanced, effective, and compassionate care.
The Duke MDA Clinic is supported by the Muscular Dystrophy Association and meets for a half day each week to discuss patient needs and progress. Neurological fellows and residents see patients at this clinic.
Duke Neurological Disorders Clinic 1L
The Duke Neurological Disorders Clinic, 1L, provides most neurological care at Duke Clinic, offering treatments for general neurological conditions, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, cerebrovascular conditions, neuromuscular conditions, and more.
Duke Neurological Disorders at Morreene Road
Our Neurological Disorders Clinic treats patients with movement and memory disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease and sleep disorders. The clinic also includes physiotherapists and occupational therapists who specialize in treating patients with neurological disorders and pain, as well as specialist psychiatrists and psychologists offering neuropsychological testing and treatment as well as biofeedback techniques.
Our clinic is recognized as a national center of excellence by the Parkinson Foundation.
Duke Neurology South Durham
Duke Neurology South Durham provides general and sub-specialty neurology services in a pleasant and comfortable environment with services such as general neurology and neuromuscular assessments, electromyogram (EMG) guided chemodenervation, EMG/nerve conduction studies and sleep disturbance assessments.
Duke of Raleigh Neurology
Duke Neurology of Raleigh is located in Duke Medicine Plaza, convenient for patients living in Raleigh and greater Wake County. This specialty clinic offers a variety of neurological services, including treatment for stroke, multiple sclerosis, movement disorders, headaches, epilepsy, sleep disorders, and EMG/conduction studies nervous.
Duke Sleep Disorders Laboratory
The Duke Sleep Disorders Laboratory, located at the Millennium Hotel in Durham, provides patients with a comfortable atmosphere for overnight sleep studies, daytime sleep latency testing, and alertness testing. The facility is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, as are all of our Duke physicians. The laboratory is one of the few accredited laboratories to be housed in a hotel. This new location allows for a more restful and comfortable night’s sleep without the pressure of being in a hospital setting, while still benefiting from the technology and expertise you expect from Duke University Hospital.
Located in Burlington, North Carolina, the Kernodle Clinic offers comprehensive neurology services, including sleep studies, lumbar punctures, and electromyography. Our entire practice takes great pride in providing a wide range of neurological and other medical services with a commitment to excellence. We have doctors who specialize in many areas, allowing us to provide you with a comprehensive health care plan.
Duke HD Clinic
Located within the Duke Neurological Disorders Clinic in Morreene Road, Duke Huntington’s Disease Clinic provides comprehensive care for patients and their families and conducts research to develop better treatments for Huntington’s disease. Our multidisciplinary clinic includes neurologists, a movement disorder fellow, physical therapist, speech language pathologist, social workers, research coordinators, occupational therapist and HDSA volunteer. The clinic also offers the opportunity to participate in clinical trials. To make an appointment, call 919-681-0707.
Duke HD Clinic was recently named a Center of Excellence by the Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA), one of 29 such centers in the United States.