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MILLIKEN DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE Cardiovascular Division Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search About UsAbout Us Welcome from the Chief History Washington University School of Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis Contact Us PeoplePeople Faculty Fellows Advanced Practice Providers Women in Cardiology AlumniAlumni Alumni Newsletters Smith-Oliver Society Patient CarePatient Care Adult Congenital Heart Disease Advanced Heart Failure and Cardiac Transplantation Cardiac Intensive Care Unit Cardiac Rehab Cardiovascular Genetics Cardiovascular Imaging Cardio-Neuromuscular Disorders Cardio-OncologyCardio-Oncology Amyloid Center of Excellence Patient Resources ElectrophysiologyElectrophysiology Patient Resources General Consultative Cardiology Hypertension ClinicHypertension Clinic Patient Resources Hypertrophic CardiomyopathyHypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Publications Webinars/Podcasts Interventional and Structural Heart Disease Marfan Syndrome and Aortopathy Center Sports Cardiology Program Valvular Heart Disease CenterValvular Heart Disease Center Patient Resources Women’s Heart Disease / Cardio-ObstetricsWomen's Heart Disease / Cardio-Obstetrics Patient Resources EducationEducation Cardiology Fellowship TrainingCardiology Fellowship Training Our Fellows Program Directors Clinical and Investigator Pathways Clinical Rotations Research Training Advanced FellowshipsAdvanced Fellowships Aortopathy and Master Clinician Fellowship Cardio-Oncology Fellowship Electrophysiology Fellowship Program Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology Fellowship Program Imaging Fellowship Program Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Structural Heart Fellowship Application Process Advanced Research TrainingAdvanced Research Training Research Faculty Our Fellows Facilities & Resources Seminars and Events How to Apply Contact Us Hear From Our Fellows Wellness Committee Cardiolovascular Grand Rounds Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Cardiovascular Training ResearchResearch Publications Center for Cardiovascular Research Clinical ResearchClinical Research Heart Failure Cardio-Oncology Electrophysiology Research Centers and CoresResearch Centers and Cores Center for Advancing Health Services, Policy & Economics Research Center for Community Health Partnership & Research Global Health Center NewsNews Calendar Giving Open Search Cardio-Neuromuscular Disorders The Cardio-Neuromuscular Center (CNC) is a multidisciplinary clinic focused on the diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of patients with genetic-based disorders that lead to neurologic and cardiac problems. The CNC mission is to provide a more effective high-level care that is centered on uniform care paths and routine follow-ups in order to improve quality of life. Created in 2013, the CNC is an integrated clinic that offers its patients coordinated visits with a team of cardiologists, neurologists with expertise in neuromuscular disorders, nurses, physical therapists, and orthotics/wheelchair experts. The neurologists have expertise in pediatric and adult neuromuscular disease, and the cardiologists have expertise in genetics and heart failure. In addition to integrated and streamlined patient care, there is an emphasis on careful screening for affected patient relatives, and referrals for such individuals are requested when necessary. This is particularly important in diseases such as Myotonic Dystrophy type 1 and Emery Dreifuss Muscular Dystrophy, where affected individuals may not come to prompt attention due to the mildness of their neuromuscular manifestations. A full range of on-site neuromuscular clinical services is also available including access to a physical therapist experienced with neuromuscular disorders, an orthotist, a mobility and seating specialist, bedside spirometry to monitor for neuroventilatory weakness, and access to supportive services via a representative of the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Director Brian Sommerville, MD Clinical expertise Physicians from the Cardio-Neuromuscular Center treat adult skeletal muscle, neurologic and cardiac conditions in adult patients who have been diagnosed as children, adolescents or adults. The Center will also perform screening for family members who may be gene carriers for affected family members. Although all neurologic genetic-based disorders are evaluated and treated at the CNC, genetic neuromuscular diseases are the most common pathologies examined and include: Cardiomyopathy with or without conduction disease Dystrophin-related Muscular Dystrophies: Duchenne, Becker, and female carriers Emery-Dreifuss Muscular Distrophies: Lamin A/C, Emerin, FHL1, and female carriers Selected Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophies: type 1A, 1B, 1C, and 2I Myofibrillar Myopathies: Desmin, Myotilin Friedreich’s Ataxia Fabry’s Disease – including screening of female carriers Conduction disease with or without cardiomyopathy Myotonic Dystrophy type 1 Myofibrillar myopathy: αB-Crystallin Mitochondrial disorders: Kearns-Sayre syndrome Periodic paralysis: Andersen-Tawil syndrome Clinical affiliations The center is supported by an extensive network of collaborative services, including: Electrophysiology and arrhythmia diagnosis/management Interventional cardiology Mallinckrodt Radiology Institute Neuromuscular Disease Center at Washington University Muscular Dystrophy Association in Missouri                           Contact information Referring Physicians: 314-362-1291Patients: 314-362-1291 or 888-210-8375 Center For Advanced Medicine (CAM) Washington University and Barnes Jewish Heart & Vascular Center Physical Address: 4921 Parkview Place, St. Louis, MO, USA Mailing Address: 4921 Parkview Place Suite 8ASt. Louis, MO 63110 Phone: 314-362-1291 Monday – Friday: 9 am – 4 pm and Saturday: 9 am – 1:30 pm Because of the CNC’s focus on integrated care we will only schedule patients that are followed by our neuromuscular and cardiovascular physicians. Learn more about neuromuscular diseases from the Muscular Dystrophy Association Learn more about neuromuscular disorders at Barnes-Jewish Hospital Patient Care Adult Congenital Heart Disease Advanced Heart Failure and Cardiac Transplantation Cardiac Intensive Care Unit Cardiac Rehab Cardiovascular Genetics Cardiovascular Imaging Cardio-Neuromuscular Disorders Cardio-Oncology Electrophysiology General Consultative Cardiology Hypertension Clinic Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Interventional and Structural Heart Disease Marfan Syndrome and Aortopathy Center Sports Cardiology Program Valvular Heart Disease Center Women’s Heart Disease / Cardio-Obstetrics Cardiovascular DivisionJohn T. Milliken Department of MedicineWashington University School of MedicineMailing Address: 660 S. 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