OI:About The Osteogenesis Imperfecta Clinic

Clinic

The OI Clinic is comprised of ten rooms housed in the new Weinberg at 801 North Broadway and is fully accessible to people with disabilities. The clinic has its own DEXA machine and an x-ray room.

People

Top physicians from a wide range of specialties, including neurology, orthopedic surgery, endocrinology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, make up the OI Clinic Care Team. The nursing staff has been trained to support patients with special needs and disabilities. We in the OI Clinic want your visit to be your best hospital experience.

How we are different

Our approach is an interdisciplinary approach—specially crafted to care for OI patients who have a myriad of medical needs and complexities. This comprehensive evaluative approach ensures a thorough exam of each patient’s unique needs. Patients can either receive a one-time consultation, routine follow-up care, or care on an as-needed basis.

Services

  • Biochemical testing (including bone biomarkers, CTX, NTX, alkaline phosphatase, vitamin D, calcium)
  • Genetic analysis and counseling
  • Prenatal counseling
  • Growth parameters
  • Bone density testing
  • Bisphosphonates (oral and intravenous)
  • X-rays

Important Resources

Dental Care
Hearing loss assessment
Nutrition assessment
Orthotics fitting and braces
Social work consultations
Out-of-state consultation service
Free valet parking

 

For More Information

For more information about the OI Clinic and the services we provide, please download this informative factsheet.

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