Neurosurgeon Ondrej Choutka, M.D., and the team at King’s Daughters Center for Advanced NeuroMedicine invite the public to help them celebrate their new offices during an open house, 3-6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12.
Free screenings for carpal tunnel syndrome will be offered by appointment.
Dr. Choutka and the neurodiagnostics lab at KDMC have relocated to Suite 6 of Medical Plaza A, 617 23rd St., Ashland. The office was formerly home of preadmission testing.
“With this change, all of the neuromedicine physician offices and services are conveniently located in Medical Plaza A,” said Joy Bacorn, practice manager. KDMS Neurology is next door in Suite 5 and the Spine and Pain Center is on the second floor of the building.
“Having the practices and services centrally located will greatly increase convenience for our patients and families and help improve our efficiency in caring for patients,” Bacorn noted.
In addition to Dr. Choutka, neurologists Pramit Bhasin, M.D., and Douglas Deitch, M.D., and physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist Diana Hussain, M.D., will be on hand for the screening and to answer questions.
Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the median nerve that runs through the carpal tunnel into the hand is compressed. CTS can be related to certain medical conditions, hereditary factors or repetitive motions of the wrist or hands for an extended period of time.
The screening consists of a discussion of symptoms, a physical exam and a limited nerve conduction test. For more information or to schedule an appointment for the screening, please call 1-888-377-KDMC (5362).
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