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Free Research Screening Offered!
Call main number at 615.791.5470 and request research coordinator.
Research trials are available for qualifying individuals who meet criteria for entry.
Current open studies may be viewed here.
First advanced imaging program in multiple sclerosis using 3 Tesla imaging.
First community based neurological practice to provide multiple subspecialty trained neurologists.
First multiple sclerosis program with neuroimaging credentialed neurologist.
Founded in 1991, NeuroNexus is a 501(c)3 that includes Novel Pharmaceutics Institute committed to the research and treatment of multiple sclerosis.
The goal of this foundation is to find a cure and discover restorative medication reversing damage created by inflammatory responses in the brain and spinal cord.
Welcome to the Advanced Neurosciences Institute.
We are in our 18th year of providing neurology services in the Nashville area. We provide the very best neurological care and services possible today.
Our practice was formed in 2002 to provide for the continuous expansion of neurological services required for clients with complicated diagnoses and managed conditions. The old neurological practice of “diagnose and adios” is no longer a suitable modus operandi in the 21st century.
At ANI, our goal is to clarify your problem, whether more than one condition contributes to your symptoms, obtain a firm diagnosis as possible, initiate a treatment plan, and coordinate your care with other specialists and your primary caregiver.
Samuel F. Hunter, MD, PhD, is a neurologist and neuroimaging specialist based in Franklin, TN. An internationally renowned expert in multiple sclerosis and demyelinating diseases, Dr. Hunter has over 27 years of experience specializing in diagnosis and treatment of diseases including impaired function of the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, muscles, autonomic nervous system, and blood vessels relating to these structures.
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