Peripheral Neuropathy Clinic at the University of Florida

The peripheral neuropathy clinic at the University of Florida is available to help those with peripheral neuropathies including CMT (Charcot Marie Tooth Disease), brachial plexus or nerve injuries, autoimmune neuropathies such as CIDP or GBS, painful neuropathies, or any other type of neuropathy.

The peripheral neuropathy clinic does specialize in seeing patients with CMT. The CMT clinic at the University of Florida helps treat people with CMT, a type of hereditary peripheral neuropathy. CMT is typically a slowly progressive disorder that affects peripheral nerves, and as a result involves numbness, weakness, pain in the hands and feet, and/or structural changes in the feet such as high arches.

The clinic provides health care and other services for patients with CMT and peripheral neuropathy

  • Comprehensive physician evaluation
  • Physical therapy including a gait evaluation
  • Occupational therapy including hand function testing
  • Orthotist
  • Genetic counseling
  • Podiatry
  • Orthopaedic surgery evaluation
  • Neurological surgery evaluation
  • Peripheral nerve pain management
  • CMT related research studies
  • Electrophysiology (Adult and Pediatric)
  •  Acupuncture and Alternative Medicine

Care Team

Clinical Trials Coordinators

Amanda Cowsert, Clinical Research Coordinator III
352-294-8778 – phone
352-273-5575 – fax



Normal Fixel Institute for Neurological Diseases
3009 SW Williston Rd.
Gainesville, FL 32608



For more information contact 352-294-5400