Patient Information

Patients should expect a meticulous health history at their first visit, as our subspecialty-trained neurologists seek to understand and characterize your difficulties. Our physicians will spend a significant part of every visit explaining the various aspects of your disorder, and helping you understand what to expect.  Once a diagnosis is reached, together with you and your family, we will help you decide on the best possible therapies and treatment plan. 

To schedule an appointment with a particular specialist in the ColumbiaDoctors Neurology Peripheral Neuropathy Center, please refer to the alphabetized list of providers and specialties below: 

  • Thomas Brannagan, MD: 212-305-0405. Hereditary transthyretin amyloid polyneuropathy and chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP).
  • Comana Cioroiu, MD: 212-305-0405. Idiopathic neuropathy, autoimmune neuropathies, diabetic neuropathies, Charcot Marie Tooth, autonomic neuropathies, toxic neuropathies. 
  • Inna Kleyman, MD: 212-305-0405. Idiopathic neuropathy, diabetic neuropathies, Charcot Marie Tooth, autoimmune neuropathies, toxic neuropathies.
  • Caroline Miranda, MD: 212-305-0405. Idiopathic neuropathy, diabetic neuropathies, Charcot Marie Tooth, autoimmune neuropathies, toxic neuropathies.
  • Christina Ulane, MD, PhD: 212-305-0405. Idiopathic neuropathy, autoimmune neuropathies, diabetic neuropathies, Charcot Marie Tooth, autonomic neuropathies, toxic neuropathies.
  • Louis Weimer, MD: 212-305-1516. Idiopathic neuropathy, autoimmune neuropathies, diabetic neuropathies, Charcot Marie Tooth, autonomic neuropathies, toxic neuropathies.

For further information about the clinical trials being conducted by the Peripheral Neuropathy Center, please call 212-305-6035.