Historically, separate clinics within the University of Michigan Health System have provided the different specialty services for Adult and Pediatric Patients with Brachial Plexus Palsy (BPP) and other Peripheral Nerve conditions, requiring multiple referrals and separate patient appointments.
Optimizing outcomes after pediatric and adult brachial plexus palsy and peripheral nerve disorders requires the combined expertise of several medical and surgical specialties – coordinated for convenient referrals and patient appointments through a single point of entry. We offer neurosurgery, hand surgery, orthopaedic surgery, physical medicine & rehabilitation, electrodiagnosis, occupational therapy, case management and nursing: our surgeons can reconstruct or repair the affected nerves and perform secondary orthopedic or hand surgery, whereas our physiatrists, pain management physicians, therapists, nurse practitioner, and case manager direct and coordinate complex services that address medical, functional and psychosocial issues related to these conditions.
This multidisciplinary team approach ensures that your patient receives comprehensive evaluations and timely recommendations during appointments to our clinic. Please click on the links below for more information.
→ Neonatal / Pediatric Brachial Plexus
→ Adult Brachial Plexus
→ Other Peripheral Nerve Conditions