Providing Expert Diagnosis

Our physicians and staff have the expertise to help you manage your Multiple Sclerosis

Infusion Center

Outpatient intravenous antibiotic therapy

Research / Clinical Trials

Our practice offers clinical trials which help determine whether newly developed treatments are safe and effective in treating Multiple Sclerosis.

New Patient Portal

Good Morning! Effective 9-7-2022 we will be transitioning to a new Health Care system and will have a new Patient Portal Link.

Payment Portal

Patients can now make their payments for the current system on the patient portal. For all old balances prior to 9/12/22 patients will need to pay through the current link on the website or call the office so that their payment may be applied appropriately.

Our goal is to improve the health, hope, and well-being of MS patients by providing state of the art treatment, advocacy, patient education, and clinical research leading to a more promising outlook for our clients.

CONTACT INFORMATION

2060 Lakeside Center Way
Knoxville, TN 37922
865.218.6222 Phone
833-671-1059 Fax

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OFFICE HOURS:
Monday-Thursday 8am – 4:30pm

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PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS

CLICK THE PAYMENT BUTTON FIRST. In order to process your payment correctly please make sure to select the correct provider in the drop-down in the LOCATION box.

PRACTICE NEWS

Dr. David Brandes Announcement

Dear Patients: The purpose of this letter is to let you know of my plans for retirement. On June 02, 2022 I will be retiring from the practice of medicine.I enjoyed my years of service to my patients and my community practicing Neurology in Knoxville and California....

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Practice Phone Updates

Good Afternoon. We would like to post a quick phone update as our extensions have changed. Please see below.   The mainline to the office is 865-218-6222 Fax:  865-218-6220   To reach a particular department please see the directory below.   865-218-6222  ...

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What You Need to Know about the Covid Booster

What You Need to Know about the Covid Booster

People who are moderate to severely immunocompromised are especially vulnerable to COVID-19 because they are more at risk of serious, prolonged illness. People with moderately to severely compromised immune systems may not build the same level of immunity to the...

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