|Dr. Raji Grewal
Now, individuals with muscular dystrophy and a host of related neuromuscular disorders will no longer have to travel long distances for treatment.
We treat patients with neuromuscular disorders such as Muscular Dystrophy, Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS), Masthenia Gravis and other nerve disorders. Patients benefit from the full range of services offered through the St. Francis Medical Center Neuromuscular Program. Services include:
- Diagnostic Evaluations
- Genetic Counseling
- Medical Therapy
- Rehabilitation Services
- Home Therapy
- Psychological & Social Services
The Neurologist, your Primary Care Physician and the Neuroscience team develop treatment modalities and an individualized plan of care.
Having a comprehensive Neuroscience Program in your backyard assures that the children and adults in Central New Jersey and Bucks County receive the best care around.
Coordinated Community-Based Services
To best serve the needs of our patients, collaboration with community-based providers of care is an important part of the St. Francis Neuromuscular Program. The Program brings together a wide range of skilled providers, both hospital-based and community-based, to serve the special needs of each individual patient.
A Team Approach
A team of health professionals work with each patient in the program to provide medical care and to arrange for any support services a patient may need while undergoing treatment for neuromuscular disorders at St. Francis Medical Center.
Patients can be referred to the Neuromuscular Program by physicians, nurses, community agencies, family members and through self-referral.
How to Contact
For an appointment or more information, please call 609-599-5792 or fax to: 609-599-6275.
Hours of Operation
Monday-Thursday 8:00am to 4:30pm