Specialty Care Provider Office
65 James Street
Edison, NJ 08820
JFK Multiple Sclerosis Program
High Quality, Compassionate Multiple Sclerosis Care
At the Multiple Sclerosis Center at JFK University Medical Center, we recognize that the conditions we treat affect multiple domains of one’s health, including mobility, vision, thinking, memory, pain, mood, bladder, bowel and sexual function.
Therefore we have an integrated interprofessional team dedicated to offering you comprehensive care to improve your symptoms, optimize your ability to function in your professional and personal life, reduce your pain, and improve your long-term prognosis.
We believe you and your family are vital members of the care team, which is why we are committed to working closely with you on your individual course of treatment.
Comprehensive Evaluation and Treatment
Our highly specialized team members provide a wide variety of services and treatments focused on:
- Bladder, sexual and bowel problems
- Botox injections for spasms/spasticity and intrathecal baclofen therapy pump
- Infusion therapy
- Neuropsychological assessment and cognitive rehabilitation
- Physical and occupational therapy (includes gait clinic)
- Psychological well-being and health behavior
- Sleep disorders
- Swallow and speech therapy
- Vision problems
- Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis
- Multiple sclerosis
- Neuromyelitis optica
- Optic neuritis
- Transverse myelitis
Integrated Care Team
Our specialists work with you to develop an individualized treatment plan to meet your physical, cognitive and emotional needs. We provide the following team of experts so patients have the most seamless health care experience possible.
Our experts include:
- Sleep specialists
- Pain specialists
- Rehabilitation therapists
- Social workers
With access to diagnostic testing and clinical trials, assistance with appointments and scheduling, multiple consultations in one visit, and a phlebotomist on site, patients are able to receive high-level, convenient care within our Center. While MS treatment options have dramatically improved over the years, the condition can still lead to significant challenges.
At the Multiple Sclerosis Center at JFK University Medical Center, the goal is to treat your individual symptoms in order to improve your quality of life and neurological function.