My clinical work is focused on people who are known (or are suspected to have) a peripheral neuropathy. To diagnose neuropathy, I perform a comprehensive history and focused neurological examination, typically including clinical neurophysiology ("EMG"). This assessment enables me classify someone's neuropathy (examples - diabetic, inherited, chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP), Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS), vasculitic, toxic, idiopathic, "small fiber"), and guides further testing. Establishing the correct diagnosis can lead to treatments for neuropathies caused by compression, inflammation, vitamin deficiencies, amyloid, or toxins. In addition, I work with people to reduce their neuropathic pain.