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UW Health – Spinal Muscular AtrophyUniversity of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
600 Highland Ave
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Our UW Health Kids experts are national leaders in SMA treatment, committed to advancing new therapies for people affected by this life-changing disease. The experts at UW Health and American Family Children’s Hospital are national leaders in SMA treatment. We are committed to advancing new therapies for people affected by this life-changing disease.
At UW Health, we can provide the most current treatment options that best suit both your child and your family’s needs. We are happy to discuss all options, experiences and expectations to aid in this determination.
Our pediatric neurologists are committed to advancing the treatment of SMA through expert, compassionate care and research. We have exceptional experience in treating this condition with a large following at our facility and within our Pediatric Neuromuscular Clinic.
Our SMA specialists see pediatric patients 18-21 years of age at our Pediatric Neurology Clinic at UW Health and at the American Family Children’s Hospital in Madison, after which they can be transferred to the Adult Neuromuscular specialists at UW Health in Madison.
Kristin J. Krosschell, DPTKristin J. Krosschell, DPT is the Profes...
Targeted NGS Seen as Best When Screening for SMA and Its CarriersTargeted next generation sequencing (NGS...
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