Neurology at BMC
Neurologists at Berkshire Health Systems have special training in diseases of the nervous system and collaborate with an integrated healthcare system to deliver state-of-the-art care to our patients. All of our physicians in this department see the general neurology patient and provide around-the-clock care for our community. But based on their individual backgrounds and education, the practice is organized around their individual areas of expertise.
Laurence Ufford, MD, is the Division Chief of Neurology at BMC, and leads this multi-faceted Neurology care program. Dr. Ufford specializes in the treatment of patients suffering from head ache and chronic pain, and is a member of the healthcare system's Integrative Pain Treatment program.
Octavian Adam, MD, is fellowship trained in movement disorders, specializing in Parkinson's Disease.
Alexander Kloman, MD, supervises the care of stroke patients. Depending on their needs, Dr. Kloman may engage a team of caregivers for stroke patients that ultimately include speech, occupational and physical therapists; physiatrists, case managers and social workers. Both BMC and Fairview Hospital are designated Primary Stroke Center by the state Department of Public Health.
Thomas Kwiatkowski, MD, received his fellowship training in Neurodegenerative Disorders and has a PhD in Molecular Genetics.
Alison Morgan, MD, received her fellowship training in Epilepsy from Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
Emma Weiskopf, MD, has fellowship training in Clinical Neurophysiology and specializes in electromyography and nerve conduction studies, with clinical interests in neuromuscular disease, epilepsy and headache.
The practice shares the care of patients with all other neurological disorders, including:
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson's Disease