leveraging cost-effective technology to improve access to quality tertiary health care
Participating MUSC Specialists
General / Trauma Surgery
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The MUSC outpatient nutrition office is now providing nutritional counseling services through our Virtual Telemedicine Consult Clinic. You and your family’s nutritional questions and needs can be addressed through expert consultation directly to your primary care office. We cover all ages and a wide variety of health conditions with both general and special nutritional needs.
Provider and Contact:
Janet Carter, MS, RD, LD
Movement disorders are neurological conditions that cause involuntary or abnormal movements affecting speed, quality, and ease of movement. Movement disorder symptoms usually vary and fluctuate and are often caused by diseases in various parts of the brain.
Specialist and Contact:
Christina L. Vaughan, MD, MHS
Dr. Vaughan is one of 3 fellowship-trained movement disorders specialists at the MUSC Movement Disorders Program. Dr. Vaughan conducts tele-neurology visits for all adult movement disorders including: Parkinson disease/parkinsonism, Huntington’s disease/chorea, tremor, dystonia, ataxia, restless leg syndrome, tics/Gilles de la Tourette syndrome, etc.
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Specialist and Contact:
Gabriel Martz, MD
Dr. Martz is a board certified epileptologist (ABPN/ABCN) who sees patients age 5 -adulthood. He is part of the Level IV Comprehensive Epilepsy Center at MUSC. He specializes in the diagnosis and management of epilepsy, including pharmaceutical, surgical, neurostimulation and diet therapies. He is also the director of the New Onset Seizure Clinic at MUSC, which focuses on rapid diagnosis for people who have had a first seizure or seizure-like episode (e.g. syncope, anxiety attack, sleep attack).
The division of Pediatric Surgery at MUSC was established more than 40 years ago under the leadership of Dr. H. Biemann Othersen. The division has been recognized for its innovative patient care initiatives and significant contributions to the field of children's surgery. Over the years, many new and advanced surgical techniques were developed by surgeons in our division and passed-on to residents and surgeons in-training. We have always been supportive of the educational mission of the Medical University of South Carolina and we are now able to offer our services via Virtual Consultation through the VTCC Program. We look forward to the opportunity of assisting you in the care of your patients and their families.