MS & Neuroimmune Diseases
Multiple Sclerosis & Neuroimmune Diseases
Multiple sclerosis occurs when the body’s immune system attacks healthy nerves (in the brain, spinal cord and behind the eye), causing problems that can be disabling.
At UVA, we understand how challenging and complicated this and other neuroimmune diseases can be. Our dedicated specialists care for you in tandem with other experts, including physical and occupational therapists, social workers and neuropsychologists.
Neuroimmune Expertise at UVA
A COMPREHENSIVE CLINIC FOR MS
Designated as a National MS Society Center for Comprehensive Care, the James Q. Miller Multiple Sclerosis Clinic helps with symptom relief, relapse prevention and slowing disease progression.
Get directions, hours and more information about the MS clinic.
GUILLAIN-BARRÉ SYNDROME EXPERTISE
The GBS-CIDP Foundation has designated UVA as a Center of Excellence, meaning we offer expert diagnosis and management of inflammatory neuropathies critical to patients.
Learn more about Guillain-Barré syndrome and this designation for GBS excellence.
Inflammation & the Immune System
UVA researchers have found what could be a critical key to what causes inflammation in people with multiple sclerosis. The faulty genetic control that should be limiting inflammation could become a target for new medications.
Watch a video and read more about these findings on immunity and inflammation.